Remembering a loved one
Choosing to remember a loved one by donating or fundraising in their memory is a very personal and powerful thing to do. We have a number of meaningful ways you can celebrate their life, whilst also helping us work towards a future where nobody loses someone special to bowel cancer.
Getting the right support when you’ve lost a loved one.
Losing somebody you love is incredibly hard and we know that it will be even harder because of the current restrictions. Here are a few suggestions you might useful to help get the right support for you:
- Our online bereavement support group is a private place for family and friends who have lost a loved one to bowel cancer to support each other by sharing experiences.
- Cruse Bereavement Care and Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland are the leading charity for bereaved people in the UK. They offer a variety of grief support services, including a helpline and chat, for children, young adults and anyone who is going through a bereavement.
- If you have questions or concerns about bowel cancer, you can also get in touch with our Ask the Nurse service.
You might find reading through all this information is overwhelming and you’d feel more comfortable chatting with us directly. You can contact our In Memory Team on 0207 940 1769 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll answer any questions you have about remembering a loved one with us.