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Help us to help bereaved young people back on their feet

Every year we offer support to over 100 bereaved children and those living with a family member with a terminal illness. Your donations and fundraising help our work continue.

Make a donation

Whether you want to donate a one off payment or donate monthly, we now welcome donations via JustGiving and PayPal (via the PayPal Giving Fund). Both of these services are fee free - 100% of your donation will be received by Slide Away.

Donate with JustGiving.

Donations in memory of a loved one

JustGiving has a special page dedicated to raising money for Slide Away in memory of a loved one.


Our link connects you directly with Slide Away's JustGiving profile so that all you have to do is sign up to JustGiving (or sign in if you have a log in) and fill in the details of the loved one you are remembering. Please do contact us if you need any assistance by email



Whether you are holding a cake sale, Silly Socks day or running a marathon, you can connect your event to Slide Away's JustGiving Page so that the donations are paid directly to Slide Away. You can also add offline donations and generate QR codes for your fundraising very simply on the JustGiving website, but if you need any assistance please contact

You can also set up a fundraiser for Slide Away on Facebook, via the Slide Away Facebook Page.

If you would like to get more involved in fundraising for Slide Away, please email

Shop Online and Donate

Do you regularly purchase items online? If so, you can support Slide Away every time you buy  from Amazon using Amazon Smile on Amazon or by using easyfundraising or Give as You Live for a whole host of other retailers and it won’t cost you anything extra.

Donate via Amazon Smile                    
Raise free funds through Give as you Live Online               


Where does your donation go?
for a friendship band made with coloured thread, each colour picked to remind children and young people of the special people who are there for them on a difficult day.
for a memory jar full of coloured salt, each colour representing a special memory.
For a special 'scrap book' to save memories.
for a memory box and decorations that children can make to keep safe mementoes of their special person.
for books to give to children and young people. The books have special messages in them, for example reassuring young people that they are not alone or that their special person can live on with them in their heart and in their memories.
for four secondary age children to take part in an outdoor pursuit activity as part of a Workshop.

These amounts are approximations but we hope it will give you an idea of where your money will go and how important it is.