You may choose to make a donation in memory of a loved one, with our 'Memorial Donations'. Leonard Johnson Funeral Home will place a card for the family to whom a donation was placed

Our Online Donation Form makes placing a donation very convenient to family and friends of the deceased. Once you have chosen to place a donation, you will be required to complete a series of steps to place a donation. Below is a step-by-step guide to placing a memorial donation

Step #1 - Select the name of the deceased to whom you wish to place a donation from the Online Tribute page. This will open their Book of Memories.

Step #2 - Navigate to the Enter the Book of Memories tab.

Step #3 - Select Place an Online Donation, as shown below.

Step #4 - You will be asked to select a charity from a list to which the family has chosen to have donations made. Select the charity you wish to donate to, by clicking on the Select button beside the charity name, or you may select a charity of your choice. Once you have made your selection click Place Donation to proceed to the next step.

Step #5 - As we continue to on to the next step, shown below, you will be required to complete a few details in regards to placing a donation. At the top of this form we see the charity which you have selected. You must then complete the amount to you wish to contribute, and your personal contact information. You may elect to go back to the previous screen to select a different charity, or continue to place your donation.

Step #6 - You may now enter a message to the family. Please fill in the information in the space given.

Once this is form is complete you will receive a printable confirmation page, which includes the final instructions for your donation. Please print this page, to mail along with your check, payable to the selected charity, to the address shown on your page.

A message will appear in the view condolences page indicating that you have placed an online donation. It will not show the amount that you have contributed to the charity in memory of the deceased.