A lasting tribute

Creating a Tribute Fund is a positive way to remember and celebrate the life of a loved one while also supporting Rossendale Hospice.

Create a Tribute Fund

Visit a Tribute Fund

Your Tribute Fund

Setting up your Tribute Fund is simple, and once set up it can provide a focal point for family and friends to share thoughts and memories, as well as light candles, add photos, videos and music; even continue celebrating birthdays and anniversaries.

All of your donations and fundraising can be added too; perhaps in lieu of flowers or in celebration at a special event.

About Rossendale Hospice

How your Tribute Fund helps

Rossendale Hospice is a local charity which cares for patients and their families living with cancer and other life-limiting conditions including, Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Multiple Sclerosis (MS), chronic lung disease (COPD), Organ failure and others.

Your Fund will help us to offer many services free of charge include Day Therapy, a range of Complementary Therapies and Physiotherapy, Bereavement Counselling and a Befriending Service. In addition we also provide Long-term Support Nurses to help patients and families to cope with long-term conditions and prevent unnecessary hospital admissions and Hospice at Home care for patients at the end stage of their life.

You can set up a Tribute Fund whether or not your loved one received care from Rossendale Hospice. If you would like more information please contact the fundraising department on 01706 253633 or by email fundraising@rossendalehospice.org.


It is no exaggeration to say that Rossendale Hospice could not survive without the support of the community we serve.

Whether your taking part in of our sponsored events or organising one of your own, your Fund will allow us to continue to deliver specialist care to our patients and their families. Why not visit our website for fundraising ideas.

Bereavement Counselling

We also offer counselling support to family members, carers and close friends who are affected by their loved one’s illness; pre and post bereavement counselling for children, young people and adults.