Tribute help
call 01242 515157
or email



What is a Tribute?

A Tribute is an individual webpage where friends and family, near or far, can upload and share special memories and celebrate a loved one's life in a very personal way. It can hold photos, music, videos or memories - like an online memory box - it is also possible to light a candle, make donations or use the page for events and fundraising.

Winston's Wish

Giving hope to grieving children.

ABOUT US
Winston's Wish supports children, young people and their families after the death of a parent or sibling. This is one of the most devastating and traumatic situations a child can face, but with the right support at the right time children can lead full and flourishing lives.

OUR VISION
A society in which every child can get the help they need when someone close to them dies.

OUR MISSION
- To listen when a child is grieving
- To act when a child needs our help
- To know what to say when it is time to talk

FREEPHONE HELPLINE
Parents and professionals can call our Helpline on for on-going support and advice. Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm. 08088 020 021

ONLINE
For parents and professionals, visit www.winstonswish.org; For young people, visit www.help2makesense.org

TRAINING
Professionals can access our training to ensure bereaved children get the support they need. Visit www.winstonswish.org/training

PUBLICATIONS & RESOURCES
A range of publications & resources available at shop.winstonswish.org

Visit Winston's Wish:
http://www.winstonswish.org.uk



Freephone Helpline
call 08088 020 021



A Tribute to Gemma


Winston's Wish supported Matthew and his two young daughters after his wife, Gemma, died of cancer.  Gemma's sister set up a tribute to her memory.
"Winston's Wish gave Matthew and the girls such wonderful support after her death that I want to do all I can to help other families who find themselves in the same position we were in. Setting up this tribute fund for Gemma is a wonderful way of remembering her and, just as importantly, enables us to give back to an organisation which was invaluable in helping the whole family since Gemma's death."