Dedicate a star. Share the memory. Change a life.

Share the memory of your star this Christmas.

We invite you to honour the life of a loved one this Christmas by dedicating a star in their memory.

Dedicating a star is a fantastic way to celebrate the life of someone special. The Christmas period is precious time to spend with our family and loved ones. But for those people that are no longer here to bring light to our lives, it is important that we find a way to cherish their memories and celebrate their lives at this special time of year.

How to dedicate your star


Order a star for a loved one by filling out the form below, or giving us a call


We will send you your star, for you to personalise with your memory of a loved one - you will also be given the opportunity to make a donation, if you are able to


Return your special star in the Freepost envelope provided


After being weatherproofed, your loved one's star will be hung on a special Christmas tree at the Charity's Head Office in Camerton, near Bath, with your loved one remembered by everyone who sees it

Your kind donation will also help to provide vital support and information to those living with osteoporosis through our free osteoporosis Helpline and specialist publications.

To order your Star, please fill out the form below. Alternatively, order your star over the phone by calling Georgia on 01761 473121.

With Christmas getting closer, to guarantee your star gets displayed on our tree of remembrance, we will gladly write your dedication for you.

If you would like us to write your dedication for you, instead of sending your star to you in the post, please call Georgia on 01761 473121.

We will continue posting stars to those who wish, but cannot guarantee your star will arrive back with us in time to be displayed.

My mother, Molly, suffered very severely from osteoporosis and shrunk from 6 feet tall to 5 foot 3. Despite the agony she must have been going through, she remained brave, cheerful and loving. I have many fond memories of her making me laugh and lifting my spirits when she must have been suffering. - Helen remembers her mother, Molly.