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In memory

There are many special ways to remember a loved one and a gift in their honour can help their memory live on. However you choose to celebrate your loved one, your donation will make a difference to others affected by MPS, Fabry and related conditions.

Donate in memory

Celebrating a loved one through a gift in their honour can help their memory live on, and will mean we can be here to support individuals and families affected by MPS, Fabry and related conditions. You may choose to donate on a special day or in lieu of flowers at a funeral.

Funeral collections

​A funeral service can be an important moment to come together with friends and family to celebrate someone's life. If you'd like to ask for donations to the MPS Society, you can set up an online funeral collection or request collection envelopes to use at the service. 

Create a tribute fund

​Creating a tribute with Much Loved can be a personal way to remember someone special, allowing you to share photos, thoughts and memories of your loved one. By adding a tribute fund you can also accept donations in memory of your loved one and support families in the future.

When our youngest son Christopher was diagnosed with MPS IVA aged 3 the MPS Society was in its infancy and run by parents and interested local doctors.

For us it was a lifeline for the whole family to meet others like Chris. We kept in touch with the MPS Society through its regular newsletter and when Chris died aged 40 the obvious thing was to ask for donations for the Society at his funeral.

I am glad a reasonable amount of money was raised in Chris’ memory during what must have been a difficult time for charities.

Bereavement support

We understand how overwhelming it can be to experience grief and we are here to support you and your family.

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More ways to support us

Leave a gift in your will

A gift in your will means a legacy of support for those affected by MPS, Fabry or related conditions.

Easy ways to fundraise

There’s lots of simple things you can do to help support MPS Society without leaving your home.