Remember with a tribute fund

In a just a few minutes, you can set up a tribute fund that celebrates a loved one and helps to support people living with myeloma.

Why a tribute fund can mean so much

Creating a tribute fund in support of Myeloma UK is a lasting and meaningful way to remember someone special and celebrate their life.

A tribute fund is an online page dedicated to your loved one, where friends and family can come together to leave messages and give gifts to support our life-changing services and research.

On your page, you can also share photos, videos, organise fundraising events and light anniversary candles.

Learn more about tribute funds

Our tribute funds are created in partnership with MuchLoved. Please watch their video to learn how creating a tribute fund can keep a loved one’s memory alive and help people with their grief.

Set up a tribute fund

It only takes a few minutes to set up a tribute fund for a loved one. All you need to do is add the appropriate details below and follow the simple instructions.

  • What is the first name of the person your tribute fund is for?
  • What is the surname of the person your tribute fund is for?

View existing tribute funds

To look at tribute funds created by other people, please click on the links below or visit our page of remembrance.

Set up a new Tribute Fund

Search for an existing Tribute Fund

Looking at other tribute funds may help you decide what you would like to feature in your tribute fund.

Bereavement support

We offer a free online bereavement support service with Grief Chat. It gives you the opportunity to talk about how you’re feeling with trained bereavement counsellors.

Got a question?

If you have any questions about our tribute funds, please don’t hesitate to contact our Fundraising team on or 0131 230 0429.

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