Fund the National Covid Memorial Wall

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Fund the National Covid Memorial Wall

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We're creating the National Covid Memorial Wall to the over 160,000 lives lost to Covid-19 across the UK.

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Lisa De Wet 9th May 2022

Thankyou to the team for the amazing work you all do. My mum's name is on the wall & it is a positive place for me to go & remember her with love. Thanks so much too my wonderful friend Rita Gulrajani for arranging for my mum's name to be added to the wall as I was living oversees - very special of you to think of us both. xxx

Praveen Wickramaratne 3rd April 2022

For my son Daniel, who passed away on 11th April 2020. Thank you for creating this memorial wall to recognise the many lives that have been taken from our world but never to be forgotten.

Tina Evans 22nd February 2022

My father died of hospital acquired covid 19 in November 2020. I am so distressed and traumatised by the whole experience. The last time I saw him was through the window of AMAU and he was so hypoxic, we couldn't have a meaningful conversation. I am heart broken by this and the way the hospital treated us as a family.

Lydia R Lambert 7th February 2022

We lost our wonderful, fit as a fiddle Dad to Covid within a week of testing positive to Covid (although he tested negative at the test centre, in a series of calamities created by the UK Government.) While the Government urges us all to get back to normal, those of who lost dear ones will never be able to. The least the government can do to honour those who sacrificed their lives to this vile, indiscriminate virus, is to allow a wall to remain in recognition of the loss. I just wish we could do more.

Ian Russell 2nd February 2022

Every year I recognise Remembrance Sunday in thanks to all who have died in human conflict since 1914. Now I recognise the National Covid Memorial Wall in thanks to all who have died with the coronavirus since 2020.

Pat Perry 1st February 2022

Thank you to all who are working to make the Memorial a permanent one. It won't bring the ones who we have loved and lost back to us, but it will help to make their names a permanent reminder of how much their lives mattered to us.

Jane Howarth 29th January 2022

This has been a wonderful gesture to remember all who have been lost to Covid and should be made a permanent memorial. I lost my husband on 1/3/21 aged 66 💔

Hugh Dibley 14th January 2022

My son aged 48 died on the 26 March 2020 just after the start of the first lockdown, not of COVID19 but of a heart attack because he was not sent to hospital for a check as the local NHS was under stress/overwhelmed. I thoroughly support the National Covid Memorial Wall but would ask this could also include the likes of my son who died not of the virus but because of the effect of COVID19 on the capability of the NHS.

Christopher Norton 13th January 2022

A memorial to those who have tragically lost their lives is fitting and essential. This so we never forget the tragedy that overcame so many families. God bless.

Norma Dinnie-Weall 13th January 2022

I have no words that are adequate to describe how sad the past two years have been. I have been lucky in that I haven’t lost anyone to covid, but day by day we all felt that collective pain. We should always remember those who died and the family and friends who grieve for them.

Mary Foley 13th January 2022

I lost my brother to Covid on the 13th of February 2021. And his name is on the wall and it would be wonderful if it could be maintained along with all the others. May they all rest in peace.

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£50 or more

What £50 means to the National Covid Memorial Wall

Your donation has helped pay for the creation of 1,000 hearts to remember those who lost their lives to Covid-19, facing directly opposite parliament. Your donation is helping to keep loved ones memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all.

£10 or more

What £10 means to the National Covid Memorial Wall

You've helped pay for the pens that have marked the National Covid Memorial Wall with over 150,000 hearts to represent all those loved ones who have passed with Covid-19 on their death certificate. Your donation is helping to keep their memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all.

£25 or more

What £25 means to the National Covid Memorial Wall

Your donation has helped pay for high viz jackets & masks to keep the over 1000 volunteers who helped create the National Covid Memorial Wall safe. We are already receiving requests from museums for these to mark how important the memorial wall is to us all. Your donation is helping to keep loved ones memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all

£100 or more

What £100 does to the National Covid Memorial Wall

You've helped pay for one of the A-frame boards that helped mark the National Covid Memorial Wall as a place of remembrance and respect. We already have enquiries from museums for these A-frames to mark the National Covid Memorial Wall as a historic event. Your donation is helping to keep loved ones memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all.

£250 or more

What £250 does to the National Covid Memorial Wall

Your donation has helped pay for the creation of 5,000 hearts to remember those who lost their lives to Covid-19, facing directly opposite parliament. Your donation is helping to keep loved ones memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all.

£500 or more

What £500 does to the National Covid Memorial Wall

Your donation has helped us to continue to take dedications from people across the country and place a message upon the wall to lost loved ones. Your donation is helping to keep loved ones memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all.

£1,000 or more

What £1000 means for National Covid Memorial Wall

Your donation has helped pay for the signs that mark the site as the National Covid Memorial Wall, a vital element of the work which marks the site as a place of memorialising loved ones. Your donation is helping to keep loved ones memories alive and helping us to create the National Covid Memorial Wall as a permanent place of remembrance, reflection and healing for us all.

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