Tributes have been paid to murdered landscape architect Joanna Yeates on a charity giving page set up by her boyfriend.
Greg Reardon, who reported Joanna missing, appealed to the public to help other families in desperation over missing people by donating money.
So far Mr Reardon has raised over 1,500 for the Missing People charity.
Robert Tanti, Mr Reardon's former housemate, said: "Jo, you were instantly likeable. You will forever live in our memories. Greg you truly are amazing, and we are proud to have you as our friend."
Claire Guernsey said: "I hope it may bring some comfort to know that people from far & wide are thinking of all those who knew Joanna and are remembering her in their prayer".
Katrina Stuart said: "Joanna was loved. You can see the love that surrounded her. I'm so sorry for her loved ones, and for all the family of missing persons left wondering.
Kat Buck said: "You have all been so brave and dignified during this time, Jo would be so proud of you, I'm sure. I wish we could all do more."
The justgiving.com page shows a picture of Miss Yeates holding her cat Bernard, along with a picture of her with Mr Reardon.
On the site he described Miss Yeates as a "talented and kind-hearted woman who was tragically murdered".
Over 6,000 people have also joined a Facebook tribute site, Rest in Peace Joanna Yeates, where hundreds of messages have been left offering condolences.
Mr Reardon said in a statement released on New Year's Day: "Many people have approached us wishing to make a donation to charity in Joanna's memory.
"If you feel you'd like to give something back in Jo's name, I have set up a donation web page - www.justgiving.com/joannayeates.
"This will allow you to show support and appreciation for the Missing People charity that were so helpful in the campaign to find Jo following her disappearance.
"Missing People help reunite broken families with loved ones who run away or are snatched from the arms of those dearest by tragedy or social problems.
"Missing People offer a lifeline for the 250,000 people who run away and go missing each year.
"For those left behind, they search and provide specialised support to
end the heartache and confusion at such difficult times."