Who do you want to remember? Start a page today!

Memories are fragile. Conversations fade. Photos are scattered. That’s why we created a single, simple place to collect and preserve memories. The result is a rich tapestry of stories and photos, preserved for family and friends for years to come. No subscription or credit card required—start a page today and start remembering, together!
Memorial Example

How Does it work?

Collect stories from living people before they fade.
Preserve memories of those who have passed.

Pages are like a group scrapbook for memories

What were they like as children? In college? At work? Participating in a hobby? We Remember encourages you to get memories from everyone who knew them, so you can see sides of them you never knew existed.

Free to create, free to contribute—no subscriptions!

Enter a few details, invite guests, and add a couple of memories. That’s all you need to do! The more people you invite, the more memories you’ll get. We’ll notify you when new memories are added, and you can return to add memories and manage the page at any time.

You’re in control of your content and privacy

When you create a page for someone, or join another page as a moderator, you are in complete control of who can see and post memories. Pages and memories are public by default, but can be restricted to guests only. Anyone can report a page or memory, and page owners and moderators can block an unwanted guest or memory at any time.

Our Customers

News & Reviews

“The guest book is well-organized and easy to navigate.”
“...allows families, friends and colleagues to have a beautiful place for recollections, at a natural time for these conversations.”
“Full featured, easy to use, easy to share, easy for family and friends to contribute to, and FREE.”

Our Partners

Every obituary submitted to newspapers via Memoriams includes a free We Remember page, giving families a digital extension to the print obituary, in perpetuity.
NHPCO has partnered with us to offer hospices a way to create memory pages and invite family as a means of preserving memories and helping families grieve.
To help capture memories before they fade, the Dementia Society has partnered with us to offer their network a way to create memory pages for living people.

Start a new page now!

Who will you remember? It takes less than a minute. It’s completely free for you to create, and always free for friends and family to contribute memories.