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Leaves of Love

What is a leaf of love?

A leaf of love from Brendoncare is a beautiful way of celebrating a special occasion, in tribute to your loved one or simply making a lasting impact to older people. You can choose a special message on your dedicated leaf and have it sent straight to your house, or to a close friend or loved one.

You can even choose to hang your supporter leaf on a dedicated tree in one of our homes, where it will stay for a year in our gardens, to be enjoyed by our residents and their families. Once the year is up, you can then choose to renew your leaf or have it sent to you in a presentation box for you to treasure.

COVID-19 update: You can arrange a visit to see your new or existing leaf once full visiting recommences.

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How it works

You can purchase your leaf of love for a suggested minimum donation of £40, and choose from two beautiful leaf designs, oak and maple, available in gold, silver and bronze.

The leaf can also be engraved with a message or dedication of your choice, and have up to four lines of engraving in a font similar to Arial. Wording may have to be altered if it is not possible to fit. If this is the case, our engravers will discuss this with you until you are happy with your leaf.

To order your leaf today, contact or buy online through our eBay store by clicking the logo.


Should you so wish to do so, you can pay for your personalised leaf by cheque or by bank transfer. 

To pay by cheque: Please make cheques payable to Brendoncare Foundation and send to Brendoncare, The Old Malthouse, Victoria Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 7DU.

To pay by bank transfer: Please use the following account information, and use your name as a reference.

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Ways to support Brendoncare

Fundraising for Brendoncare is a year-round activity, and we have not been deterred by the challenges presented to us by coronavirus. In fact, we are doing everything we can to help the older people in our homes and communities who need it most.

To learn more, and to find out how you can be part of our efforts, please visit our Give Now page.