In Memory Giving
Donating in memory can be a positive way to remember a loved one or colleague whilst helping their favourite cause
Thank you for choosing to make a donation to Aerospace Bristol in memory of a loved one. Remember them fondly by celebrating their happy memories of Concorde and passion for aviation.
Your gift will help the museum to continue its goal to preserve history, educate the public and inspire a future generation of aviation, engineering and space enthusiasts.
Remember someone special
Donating in someone's memory can be a positive way to mark the passing of a loved one or colleague whilst helping support their favourite cause. Giving in memory of a loved one is a special way to celebrate their life, long after the flowers have faded the impact of your donation continues. It will enable Aerospace Bristol to preserve its history and keep the legacies and achievements of everyone involved alive to inspire future generations.
If you would like to leave a gift as a memorial or make a donation, such as in lieu of flowers, please contact us for more information – we’re here to help you create the perfect tribute.
donate in a collection
Collecting donations at a funeral or a remembrance service is a simple way for family and friends to join you in making a gift in memory of a loved one. We offer collection envelopes to help friends and families to pay tribute, and allows us to claim Gift Aid on all collections made to make your donation go further.
Family and friends can either hand envelopes to you or send them directly to us. To request a collection envelope, please contact us at email@example.com or by calling 01179 315 315.
Donate in memory
If you would like to make an in-memory donation, please let us know so we have the opportunity to thank you and keep you updated about our work by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01179 315 315.
Donating to us in memory of a loved one is an exceptionally kind way of supporting us, and on behalf of all our trustees, employees and volunteers, we thank you.