Please accept our condolences if you have recently lost someone special to you. Collecting donations in memory at a funeral or other special event is a meaningful way to remember someone, cherish their life, and give others hope at the same time.

You might choose to do this by asking for donations instead of flowers, or by holding a collection at a memorial event or life celebration service.

If this is something you would like to do, we can provide you, or your chosen funeral director, with gift envelopes or collection cans. Your funeral director will be able to give advice when organising a funeral collection.

To let us know you are arranging a collection, or to request materials, please fill in the form below. You can also email [email protected] or phone 0141 530 1028.

On Our Minds is a special way for you to remember your loved one through an online collection. Family, friends, and colleagues can support your tribute page, bringing everyone together in one place.
To set up a tribute page, click here.

If you’re going through a difficult time after losing a loved one, you may find our online resources useful. You can also contact the SAMH Information Service on 0344 800 0550, or by email at [email protected] , for information on where to get help. For more information, visit

Create your own tribute page

Setting up a page in memory of your loved one is straightforward.
Click through to begin the process and if you need any help when setting up your page, please email [email protected] or call 0141 530 1028.


Other ways to give

You can donate online at , or you can send a cheque, payable to SAMH, to; SAMH supporter care team, Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ. If you send a cheque, please remember to include your name, address and the name of the person in whose memory you are donating.

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Gifts in wills

After ensuring family are looked after, many people choose to remember charities like SAMH in their will to help us continue to be there for Scotland’s mental health for years to come.

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