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Christmas Dedication: a letter to a loved one

Honour someone special by writing a message, sharing a photo and making a donation on our Dedication page

Make a Dedication

This time of year is usually a special time to spend with friends, family and loved ones. However, for those who have lost someone, it can also be an incredibly difficult time.

We understand the importance of remembering and celebrating your loved one's life, and how hard it has been to do this year. The Christmas Dedication page is a place for you to honour those you are remembering this festive season, by writing a message, sharing a photo and giving a donation, to support our vital work in fighting cystic fibrosis.

Make a Dedication


Everyone is welcome to leave a dedication, whether you celebrate Christmas or not, or whether you are remembering someone with CF or someone else.

If you want to tell us more about your dedication, you can email our In-memory Officer Daisy, who would love to speak to you. You can also take a look at other ways of remembering someone special, including setting up a Tribute Fund or holding an in-memory event.

Support our Christmas Appeal

With your dedication and donation, you can help us fund vital research that will help people with CF live longer, better quality lives.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a substantial impact on our income, due to the cancellation of the fundraising events we rely on. As a result, we have had to cut our research budget, which has meant making really tough decisions about which projects we can support. There are so many areas of research that are crying out for breakthroughs - we urgently need to find new medications to fight infections, as well as discover the causes of CF-related health conditions such as CF-related diabetes (CFRD). Your support can help fund these breakthroughs in research that will undoubtedly improve and save lives.


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£30 could help to find new drugs to fight infections, helping to detect infections earlier and treat them faster.

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£50 could help uncover the cause of CF-related diabetes, leading to new approaches of treating the condition.

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£100 could fund a PhD student in a research project for a day, helping create the possibility of a brighter future for people with cystic fibrosis.

Research we fund

We fund research to tackle some of the most pressing issues in CF today. Find out how your donations are making a difference.

What is CF?

Cystic fibrosis, or CF, affects the lungs, digestive system and other organs, and there are over 10,600 people living with it in the UK.

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