Raising donations raised in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to honour them. It will change the lives of families living with some of the most challenging medical conditions. A quarter of the dogs we work with come from rescues centres or are unwanted pets and so it will also change their lives too.

If you would like to raise funds for a specific area of our work; whether our epilepsy, autism programmes or our programme for people with physical disabilities or perhaps our the care and welfare of our support dogs, we can discuss this with you.

We can also discuss with you ways in which we can mark the contribution made in their memory, and the legacy this will leave. 

To find out more please call Danny Anderson on 0114 261 7800 or email [email protected]

You can also set up a memory giving page at https://www.justgiving.com/supportdogs

Naming a puppy in memory of a loved one
Many supporters have chosen to name a puppy in memory of a loved one. We offer this to supporters who can commit to raising at least £8,000 for our charity (the cost of the first year of training of a support dog puppy). If you would like to find out more information about doing this, please do contact us.

Leaving a gift in your will
1 in 3 support dogs would not exist without gifts left to us in the will of those who care about work. Find out more about how you can leave a donation in your will here