Memorialize a loved one today
Wall of Remembrance
A Wall of Remembrance is an online space where you can memorialize, honor and celebrate the legacy of a loved one, friend or colleague who passed away.
Visitors to your memorial wall can share their sentiments and make a donation in the name of your honoree.
Start a Memorial Wall
Honor the memory of a loved one where visitors can make memorial donations.
Find a Memorial Wall
Locate Memorial Walls started by others.
Edit Your Memorial Wall
Manage an existing Memorial Wall via the Memorial Wall Dashboard.
Frequently Asked Questions
It's an online space on our website where you can honor and pay tribute to a loved one who's passed away. You can upload a photo and customize your page to celebrate the life and legacy of your honoree.
After you create your wall, you can invite family and friends to make a memorial donation, sign a guest book, and leave notes of remembrance and appreciation.
There is a nominal charge of $5 to create a memorial wall. This, as well as all donations made via the wall, are tax-deductible. This $5 fee is payable with a credit card or PayPal when the wall is created. At the same time, you will have the opportunity to make an additional donation—of any amount—to encourage others to follow suit and donate after the wall is created.
The American Lung Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and all funds donated through the memorial walls go to support our work improving lung health and preventing lung disease, specifically, lung disease and lung cancer medical research, new treatments, CT screenings, and lung health education and advocacy across the country.
The Memorial Wall Dashboard is the place where you can edit your memorial wall and see all your donors and donations. You must be logged in to the site in order to access your Champion Center. Next, you will be redirected to your Memorial Wall Dashboard. From there you will be able to select your wall.
All donations to the American Lung Association support the mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy, and research.