Donate In Memory Of A Loved One | TASC

Donate in memory of a loved one

Donating in memory of a loved one is a positive way of commemorating their life and your gift will help us to continue supporting the dedicated people in our ambulance community when they’re struggling. We want to make things as simple as possible, so there are a few ways you can donate in memory.

Donate on our website

The easiest way to send in your money is to use our simple and quick donation form on our website. Please ensure you add the person’s name who has passed away as a reference so we can acknowledge the receipt.

Make a donation

Create a remembrance fund online

If you would like to set up a remembrance fund for family members, friends and colleagues to add to, create a JustGiving account and select The Ambulance Staff Charity as your chosen charity. Any money you raise will come directly to us.

Create a remembrance fund

Transfer your gift through your bank

If you have coins and notes, visit your bank and transfer the money to TASC with the following details:

Bank: Lloyds Bank Plc
Account Name: The Ambulance Staff Charity
Branch Sort Code: 30-92-33
Account Number: 27189563
Reference: Please provide your name here

Send us a cheque

If you would like to send in your money by cheque, please send the cheque and a note with your name and contact details to:

Donation in memory
The Ambulance Staff Charity
Head Office
12 Ensign Business Centre,Westwood Way
Coventry, CV4 8JA

Collecting donations at a funeral

If you are organising a collection in memory of a loved one at a funeral, we can provide collection envelopes to give to family and friends. To request some collection envelopes, please contact the Fundraising Team.

Our fundraising promise

TASC is proud to have signed up to the Fundraising Regulator Code of Fundraising Practice. We promise to:

  • commit to high standards and adhere to the Fundraising Code of Practice
  • be clear, honest and open
  • be respectful and respect your rights and privacy
  • be fair and reasonable
  • be accountable and responsible