The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is the only UK charity making a daily difference to the lives of those with cystic fibrosis, and the people who care for them. We fund ground-breaking research, promote the best clinical care, provide vital information and support and shout loud on the issues that matter.

When you set up a tribute fund you can invite people to post their own messages and memories, and you can add your own photographs, words, music and videos. By sharing the fund with those you know and the wider community, and using it as a space to raise funds, you can keep your loved one’s memory alive and raise awareness of cystic fibrosis at the same time.

If you have any questions about setting up a tribute fund, contact Daisy Board, In-memory Officer, by emailing tributefund@cysticfibrosis.org.uk or calling 07971891971


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Claire's Story

"We set up a tribute fund as, on the day that we lost Abi, I promised her that I would never give up and would keep fighting to help find a cure.” Claire

Claire started a tribute fund in memory of her daughter Abi, who lost her life to cystic fibrosis in 2017 when she was just 13 years old.

How will your donations help?

£10 could provide families with vital information and support when their child has been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis.

£20 could help someone with CF meet the costs associated with going through transplant, supporting them during this emotional time.

£6,000 could fund our Helpline for a month, providing support and advice for people affected by cystic fibrosis.

Grow your fund

Once set up, you can contribute to the fund in whatever way you choose. You can mark special occasions and anniversaries by lighting online candles, organise an event or set up a standing order.

By fundraising through your tribute fund you can watch as the total raised in-memory of your loved one grows.

Abi’s family have held fundraising events and taken part in tough challenges, raising over £18,000 in her memory.

Claire after running the Disney Half Marathon in memory of her daughter Abi.