Donate in memory

Make a gift in loving memory today

Giving in memory of a loved one can be a powerful and lasting way to celebrate their life — while contributing to medical research.

Whether you choose to donate in lieu of flowers at the funeral or wake, or set up a tribute page in honour, you're making a positive contribution to a future where we can predict and prevent disease.

In lieu of giving flowers at a funeral, you may opt to collect donations for Garvan's medical research.

We can send you a pack consisting of donation envelopes that can be placed at the funeral. 

To request a donation pack, please call (02) 9295 8110 or 1300 73 66 77 (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm) or use the form below. You will receive a confirmation email. 

Please allow 2-3 days for delivery. We endeavour to dispatch these packs as quickly as possible.

Return the envelopes to us at:

    Garvan Research Foundation
    Reply Paid 68593
    Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Note: we can't accept cash deposits; but contact us if you'd prefer to make a bank transfer. Fields marked with   must be completed.

You may want to honour a loved one by creating a personalised tribute page raising funds for Garvan.

  1. Sign up for an In Memory page 
  2. Upload an image and story
  3. Share your page with friends & family.

Create your page

 
Julie-Anne’s sister Kerryn passed away from pancreatic cancer at age 44. She was determined to make sure other families wouldn’t have to suffer in the same way, and decided to raise money for medical research. Her goal was to raise $10,000 for Garvan with an online tribute page in Kerryn’s memory.

Kerryn’s family and friends have now raised over $11,000 — which will make a difference for people facing this terrible disease. (Right: Kerryn with her husband Matthew)

Kerryn, with her husband Matthew

Need help?

We're here to help with any questions you may have.

  • Phone (02) 9295 8110 or 1300 73 66 77 (Mon-Fri 8am-5pm)
  • Email: foundation@garvan.org.au
  • Garvan Research Foundation 
    Reply Paid 68593 
    Darlinghurst NSW 2010