Butterfly Tribute Fund FAQ's

Here are some of our most frequently asked questions:

What is the EACH Butterfly Tribute Fund?
The Butterfly Tribute fund a special and positive way to remember a loved one or a friend who has passed away while supporting the work of EACH. Family and friends can support in any way they choose by making donations, adding messages or fundraising for an event.

How do I set up a Tribute Fund?
It's easy to set up a Tribute Fund, all you need is a valid email address. When setting up the fund, you enter the name of the person you are remembering and a photograph (if you have one) and a message for display on the fund. You can change any of these details at a later date. Your fund will have a unique link which you can share with family and friends.

Is there a cost for creating a Tribute Fund?
There is no cost for creating a Tribute Fund. We work together with the MuchLoved Charitable Trust to offer this special service.

Can I keep my Tribute Fund private?
You can control the privacy settings on your Tribute Fund to set the exact level of privacy you need.

How do I share my Tribute Fund with family and friends?
You can invite family and friends to view your Tribute Fund by sharing your link or by emailing them through your Tribute Fund in the 'invite' settings.

Anything else?
For answers to questions not covered above, please visit the MuchLoved websiteemail us or call us on 01223 800807.

 

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