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Give a gift in memory

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A gift in memory of a loved one can honour a life while helping us protect farm animals around the world.

There are a number of ways to keep your loved one’s memory alive while supporting the work of Compassion in World Farming. 

Make a donation in memory

By phone

To make a donation by telephone, please call us free (from the UK) on 0800 999 0101 or from outside the UK call +44 (0)1483 521 953

Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

By post

To make a donation by post, please print off and complete this form returning it to us - with a cheque (payable to ‘CIWF’) - to the Freepost address below.

In Memoriam
Compassion in World Farming

Raise money in your loved one’s namejust giving

Celebrate the life of a loved one by raising money for Compassion in their name. JustGiving makes it easy to collect donations in someone’s memory, including for sponsored events. Simply create an In Memory page for free on JustGiving. Your friends and family can then give easily and securely to your page.

Turning memories into support for farm animals

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Lifelong Compassion supporters, John and Betty Edwards, shared a love of animals and outdoor life. Their daughter, Rebecca, remembers the day her father came home from his work on a farm with a tiny piglet who the family adopted and raised. That was the start of many animals joining their family and Rebecca has fond memories of a happy home, full of rescued wildlife and fostered farm animals.

Betty abhorred any sort of animal cruelty and spent much of her spare time raising money for charities she felt really helped animals. Over the years, she raised valuable funds for Compassion from car boot sales and high street collections.

When John passed away, Betty asked friends and family to make a donation to Compassion instead of sending flowers. And when Betty sadly died in 2015, her family kindly decided to commemorate her life in the same way.

We are so grateful that, through these poignant gifts, Betty and John’s family turned their memories into support for animals.