Coming Soon – Launch Early 2012

We all have dates that are important to us, days we want to remember - birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, celebrations, milestones and memorials. Days to Remember will launch early 2012 a new online calendar which will enable you to mark these these memorable dates in your diary while supporting the work of national charity, the Willow Foundation.

Through Days to Remember we are giving you the opportunity to chose a date that has significance for you, to create a page in the new online calendar about your day to remember, and to share this page with family or friends. In return for your donation you will receive information about how your support has made a positive difference to the life of a young adult living with a serious and life threatening illness.

For more information click here to download the Days to Remember brochure.

Full website will be launched early 2012. Click below to register your interest or for more information please email:

Improving the quality of life of seriously ill young adults throughout the UK

The Willow Foundation is a unique national charity that supports the emotional and psychological needs of seriously ill 16 to 40 year olds through the provision of life-enhancing special day experiences. Every special day, provides something positive to look forward to and aims to lift the spirits of the individual and their family even in the most difficult circumstances. For some their special day is the last chance to fulfil a dream.

For others it is the opportunity to return a sense of normality to their lives. But for all, a special day provides treasured memories for the future.

Since 1999, Willow has supported more than 8,500 young adults living with life-threatening conditions such as cancer, motor neurone disease, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and organ failure.

For further details on the work of the Willow Foundation and more special day information click here


Carol was diagnosed with cancer in 2010. "My special day allowed me to have a breather between treatment cycles, time to reflect on what was going on and how we were dealing with it as a family".

Francesca was diagnosed with cancer at 29. "I was trying to remember what it was like before I had cancer but I can't. On my special day I didn't feel sad, I didn't feel like a freak, I felt like one of the girls again with a renewed sense of fight".