Blue tit Parus caeruleus, perched on broken plant pot with flowering sedum, in garden. Co. Durham.

In Memory Donations

A gift In Memory to the RSPB will help protect birds and wildlife in the UK and abroad, whilst continuing the memory of your loved one - forever.

In Memoriam Pin Badges

A beautiful selection of specially designed pins to provide a lasting tribute to your loved one and a perfect keepsake for you, your family and friends.

How to donate

There are several ways you can donate money in memory of your loved one.

RSPB Feather Fund – An ongoing regular donation

A regular donation to the RSPB, perhaps made on an anniversary or birthday. To start a Feather Fund, please download the form here and return to us by post (address below), or call our supporter services team on 01767 693680.

Single Donation

We have a number of options for single donations, including Books of Remembrance at multiple reserves. For a single donation, please download our Giving a Gift In Memory Booklet which highlights the options available, fill in the form and return it by post to the address below, or call our supporter services team on 01767 693680.

Contact Details

  • The In Memoriam Team,
    The RSPB,
    The Lodge,
    SG19 2DL
  • Call us on 01767 693680

Just Giving

You can also donate in memory of a loved one by setting up a JustGiving – Remember page to share with friends and family for them to contribute to.

Close up of Sunflower, Northern Ireland


Leave a gift to the RSPB in memory of a loved one. PDF, 308Kb.

In memory - Giving a gift in memory booklet

Download the RSPB Feather Fund form. PDF, 1MB

RSPB Feather Fund form

What your gift means

Nature, a lasting tribute.

There are many ways to remember someone special, and each one is unique. But, for those who loved birds and nature all their lives, wouldn't it be wonderful to pay tribute to them by continuing to support the things they cared about?

We have been saving wild birds, wildlife and special places for more than 120 years.

Our 200 plus reserves are some of the best places to see wildlife in the UK. We work to save threatened species at home and overseas, from house sparrows and skylarks to white-tailed eagles and albatrosses. As a charity, we depend on donations to be able to carry out this vital work.

Giving your gift in memory of a loved one can be a source of comfort , to know that when they’re gone, the birds they cared about will be protected in their name.

The Memorial Garden at The Lodge, Bedfordshire, England.

Frequently asked questions

This section answers questions we are often asked by people considering making an a donation in memory of a loved one, as well as information for funeral directors.