Leave a Tribute and Donation

WestCountry Funeral Service, along with their partner Love2Donate : In Memory, would like to offer you the opportunity of leaving a donation to a charity about which your friend or loved one had felt passionate.

You will also be able to leave your own tribute expressing your feelings, giving comfort and support to all those affected by your loss.


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Love2Donate adds Gift Aid to your donation (where a charity has authorised us to do so) and charges an administration fee of 5%. The net effect is a greatly increased donation to the charity. Our administration fee is comparable to other charity donation giving sites. Please click here to see how your final donation amount is increased.

What our
customers say...

I was guided through the experience clearly and professionally and was especially helped by a caring and sensitive approach

Ann D.

When Mum passed, you were an absolute Godsend to me. You helped more than I could have expected

V. Daniels

Fr Martin recommended you, thank goodness he did, because I was so glad that you were around for us. Everything you did was so helpful, right down to recording the latitude and longitude of where we scattered his ashes at sea. Thank you.

Carol D

Richard was recommended by a friend. It was a sad and difficult time in my life after my husband died. Having met Richard, I immediately felt comfortable and relaxed. He was a good listener, easy to talk to and his manner was reassuring and helpful. I can't thank him enough for seeing us smoothly through this traumatic time.

Anne P.

I lost my husband in his early 50's. During this period in my life, I was in complete turmoil and organising a funeral was a huge mountain to climb. Richard took over, not in a pushy way, but with great empathy, kindness and discretion. The professionalism of both him and his team was exemplary, even down to organising the traffic so that my husband's biker friends could follow us to the funeral. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you.

S. Boorer