Dedication Wall FAQs

Thank you for considering leaving an Everlasting Memory. Some common questions are answered here but please don’t hesitate to contact us if you can’t see what you are looking for.  You can call us on 020 3535 7090 (option 2) or email 

What is Everlasting Memories?

Everlasting Memories is a space for us to come together and remember those who we’ve lost, but who are never forgotten. You can share an Everlasting Memory along with a photo of your loved one that will be displayed on the dedication wall along with others like you.

Why leave an Everlasting Memory?

Leaving an Everlasting Memory on our dedication wall is a wonderful way to celebrate and remember your loved one’s life. You will also join a community of so many others like you. Together, we can create a wall of loved ones that will never be forgotten.

There is also an option to make a donation in your loved one’s memory, which many caring supporters choose to do. Your generosity will help fund research, support services and our campaigning work to transform the future for everyone affected by pancreatic cancer.

How do I leave an Everlasting Memory?

It’s simple to leave your own Everlasting Memory and join this unique community. Simply click ‘Leave an Everlasting Memory’ on the homepage here and follow the step-by-step process.

Can I make a donation too?

Thank you so much for thinking of donating in memory of a loved one. Yes, you can absolutely do this – simply click the ‘Donate’ button on the homepage and you will be taken to our quick and easy donation form.

You will also have the option to make a donation after you have left your Everlasting Memory on the dedication wall.

What will my donation fund?

Your generosity will fund research that is helping us lead the way in pancreatic cancer research. Our scientists are using cutting-edge technologies to improve early detection of pancreatic cancer and monitor those most at risk, and pioneering promising new therapies to make better treatments a reality.

Your kindness will fund our expert support services so that no one faces pancreatic cancer alone. These include our support sessions, publications, and our specialist nurse Support Line, open to anyone affected by pancreatic cancer.

Donations made in memory of your loved one will also fund our tireless campaigning work with governments and national health bodies to raise awareness and make sure that pancreatic cancer is made a priority.

My photo isn’t uploading properly

If you kindly choose to upload a photo of your loved one, they must be a JPEG or PNG file and be no bigger than 100kb.

How is this different to Together in Memory?

Together in Memory is a space where you can create an online tribute page for your loved one. You can share your tribute page with friends and family, so you can all donate in one place and can see how much you’ve raised in their memory. You can also personalise the page with a colour scheme and add multiple photos.

Everlasting Memory differs from this, because everyone leaves a memory of their loved one on our dedication wall. The dedications will all appear together and create a community of love and remembrance for those who are gone but not forgotten.

If you would like to set up a Together in Memory page, click here

How long will my Everlasting Memory stay on the dedication wall?

Your Everlasting Memory will stay on the dedication wall for as long as you want. The dedication wall will always be there and so will your Everlasting Memory.

What will my Everlasting Memory be used for?

The purpose of Everlasting Memories is to create an online community of love and remembrance for those who we have but will never be forgotten.

Members of our Fundraising team may also ask to share these wonderful dedications more widely to help spread the word about Everlasting Memories. This will always be done with the permission of the supporter who left the dedication.

Is there someone I can talk to directly?

If you have any questions or want to chat through leaving an everlasting memory, we can help. Please email or call us on 020 3535 7090 (option 2).

Can I talk to others like me?

We have our own forum which has a ‘Coping with Loss’ section here. You can talk to others who have been through a similar loss, or ask questions. Please register here