Create a Special Tribute

Creating a Special Tribute Fund supporting SIA is a special way to remember and celebrate the life of a loved one. Thank you!

Every penny you give in memory helps SCI people get the support they need now and in the future.

How your fund helps

From the moment of injury and throughout their lives, SCI people, their families, and carers want expert advice and support. But often they don’t know where to turn. We show people that they are not alone and that with support and advice a fulfilled life is possible.

We reflect the views of our members, and represent the wider SCI community to Government and other decision makers.

Get In Touch With Us

Get in touch with us

We want MuchLoved to be a collaborative partnership. Our role as the MuchLoved team is to listen and respond to your suggestions and feedback so that we can improve the service for you.

If you need any help or have an idea or suggestion please feel free to contact us using the contact form below:

Spinal Injuries Association Support

You can also call us during office working hours on 01494 722818

Alternatively please write to us if you prefer:

The MuchLoved Charitable Trust
Nash House
Repton Place
White Lion Road

MuchLoved is the working name of The MuchLoved Charitable Trust which is a UK Registered Charity (No. 1118590). The work of the Trust would not have been possible without the input of time, ideas, money and hard work by our supporters. We thank you for your generous support.

Tony's Story

When Liz Pook passed away last year, her husband Tony Pook received tremendous support from all of Liz’s family, friends and contacts. Liz was an inspiration to so many people and showed that her life did not end with her paralysis. She played wheelchair tennis and golf from a special buggy, raising awareness of her injury by talking to Golf Clubs and encouraging them to raise money for Spinal Injuries Association.

'The thing that sticks in my mind is Liz’s lovely smile and determination to live life to the fullest. So we have to celebrate her life, think of all the good times and be so thankful that Liz was in our lives. Death is so hard to accept, but I believe the people left behind owe it to the people we have lost, to live our lives to the fullest, enjoy every day and treasure the memories.' Tony