Memorials with Heart
Raise funds and donate to charity with a
simple, free memorial page.
Raise funds or donate in memory of a loved one.
Tendr offers a way to give and receive cash gifts with grace and good taste. Family and friends send personalized sympathy cards with a cash gift to contribute toward your memorial fund, charity, or social cause.
How It Works
1. Create a Memorial Page
Personalize your memorial page and let loved ones know how you’ll be using your contributions — funeral expenses, a child’s college fund, donating to charity — whatever you want.
2. Family & Friends Contribute
Sending a cash gift is an equally easy experience for those wanting to contribute. They’ll select a card from our design library, personalize it with a note, and add their gift amount.
3. Receive Your Contributions
Givers pay a $3 service fee, and you receive the full amount of your gifts instantly to your connected bank account. Your Tendr dashboard keeps track of who gave what and when. If you decide to donate all or a portion of your gifts to a charity, we’ll send the money directly to the organization.
Take a Look
Family and friends can send a heartfelt and personal cards while also providing financial support or donating to your favorite charity.
The Mitchell Family

Dear Catherine, Sam, and Olivia,

I am terribly sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful husband and father. I know how much you loved him, and I’m sure he appreciated all the time you were able to spend with him in his final days. Please know that my thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

Sincerely and with sympathy,
Tom and Sarah Spruce

$100

You Received A Gift Of

one hundred dollars

FROM

Tom and Sarah

Keep the Giving Going
With Tendr memorials, you can donate any percentage of your cash gifts directly to a charity or non-profit organization. Tendr has established partnerships with The American Red Cross, Charity: Water and others, and can easily set up a direct transfer to the 501(c)3 of your choice.
Common Questions
Can I donate any percentage of funds to charity?
Absolutely. With Tendr you’re in control of how much of your gift money goes to your bank account and how much goes to your charity. You’re in full control of the percentage of gift money that you give.
What if my favorite charity isn’t on your site?
If you don’t see your favorite charity on Tendr, let us know! Email support@tendr.com and give us the name of the charity and a link to their website. We'll reach out to them and get them set up and let you know once they’re up and running.
Why Tendr?
Tendr offers the easiest way for grieving families to accept funds for their loved one’s memorial in dignified style and grace. Those grieving will receive 100% of their cash gifts (senders pay a nominal $3 service fee) and have the option to donate any percentage of their funds toward the charity or cause of their choice.
How Others are Using Tendr for Their Memorial
“Starting an education fund for my kids”
"Help pay for funeral expenses"
"Raise funds for our favorite charity"
"Financial support for our family"
"Offer an easy way for family to send love and support"
Peace of mind. Peace of wallet.
TOP-NOTCH CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Got a question about Tendr? Need some help? Our friendly and attentive customer service team is always here for you.
BANK-GRADE SECURITY
All transactions are PCI Level 1, the same level of security used by the biggest banks and credit cards. In other words, you’re personal information is as safe as safe can be.
Simple, straightforward pricing.
Free
TO RECEIVE GIFTS
It’s your gift. It’s your money, too. That’s why we never charge recipients any fees or percentages. Tendr is about giving the gift of money. Not taking it away.
$3
TO SEND A GIFT
There is a $3 fee to send a gift on Tendr. If you choose to pay with a debit or credit card, there is an additional 2.7% processing fee.
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