When someone close to you has passed away, donating in their memory can be an important part of celebrating their life. It is becoming increasingly recognised that when someone dies, doing something for charity is often seen as a positive way of remembering how important they were to those people that they have left behind.
From asking for donations at the funeral to undertaking a significant personal challenge in their memory, supporting Bowel & Cancer Research can be a positive experience for people left bereft by the loss of a loved one.
Providing somewhere where positive memories of the person, who is no longer with you, can be kept alive, people can leave comments, share images and even post videos that help celebrate the life of someone important to them. Whether they were affected by bowel disease or were an advocate for research, their impact will be felt long after they have passed supporting research that will bring about a better future.