Girl smiles, sitting in a wheelchair and holding hands with people off camera, in Kenya

Give in memory

Pay tribute to someone you loved by spreading love to children across the world

If you've lost a loved one, you can pay an incredible tribute to them by showing children across the world that they are loved. It could be something small, or you could fund an entire project to help vulnerable children.

Here are a few ideas of how you can mark the life of a loved one by helping children in some of the toughest parts of the world.

Ways to give in memory

We can provide support so you can find the best fitting tribute to your loved one and tell you all you need to know about World Vision's work.

You can send a message, email us at legacies@worldvision.org.uk, or call our Gifts in Will team on 01908 84 10 60.

Get in touch now for more information.

World Vision is reaching one new person with clean water every​ 10 seconds and reaches three more schools every day with clean water. 

Why World Vision

FAQs

  • This can be a beautiful way to pay tribute and create a lasting legacy. Please get in touch with us on legacies@worldvision.org.uk, and we can discuss what's possible.

  • World Vision only works within countries where we have our own offices so we can be sure that we can account for all the money that we receive and how it is used.

    We have audited accounts that are publicly available at any time. As a charity, we're regulated by the Charities Commission – a legal body, which oversees all UK charities and their activities.

    You can read more about how our donations are spent and our Annual Report

  • You can continue to support their sponsored child, or sponsor a new child in honour of them. Get in contact with us so we can advise you.

  • Thank you for your generosity in choosing to help transform the lives of vulnerable children in your Will. We can support you every step of the way, including a Gift in Wills guide, our partnership with Bequeathed who can provide guidance about including a gift in your Will, and our team who can answer any of your questions regarding different projects and children you can support.

    For more information, we recommend you read our Wills and Legacies FAQs page.

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