Donating in memory can be a positive way to celebrate the life of a loved one while helping to ensure that we can continue to offer vital support to those who need it.

There are several ways you can remember your loved one:

Our online donation form is an easy way to make a special gift in your loved one's memory

Join us in advocating for change in current service provision and give a gift that will make a difference to the future

Join our Forget-Me-Not Community, named in memory of Laura Wilmott, whose life was claimed by Anorexia Nervosa at the age of 19. The Forget-Me-Not Community offers those who've lost somebody to an eating disorder the chance to honour their loved one via a personal message and photograph or commemorative image. 

Vickie, Laura's mother raised £10,000 for ABC and created our Online Education Site, which provides interactive resources and information for young people, parents and carers, health professionals, befrienders, teachers and counsellors.  

"I’ve been fortunate enough to work with the team at ABC and see first hand the amazing work that they do. It is important for me to be part of something that makes a difference and I believe strongly that ABC does."

For ways to create your own tribute project, like Vickie, visit our Make A Difference section