Wristbands will be handed out to mourners at Claire Squires' funeral.
The wristbands are red because was it was Claire's favourite colour and mourners have been asked to wear red.
Donations are continuing to pour in for the charity chosen by Claire Squires, who collapsed and died during the London Marathon.
Tonight, the donations to her charity have passed the one million pound barrier.
Sal Lalji, media manager for the Samaritans, said the charity has been touched by the nation's reaction to what has happened.
She added that the charity would be working with Claire's family to decide what projects the money would be spent on.
Victoria Hauser, a friend of Claire Squires, says Claire would have been delighted by the public's generosity to her chosen charity and talks about her friend's zest for life.
Claire Squires, is to be laid to rest in a service next Wednesday at St Andrew’s Church in the village of North Kilworth in Leicestershire.
Reverend Emma Davies, the parish vicar, said she hoped the funeral would help Claire's family and friends come to terms with what has happened.
More than £750,000 has been donated to the Samaritans in honour of Claire Squires from Leicestershire.
The JustGiving website has received over 65,000 donations.
Claire has been described as "an incredible, inspirational, beautiful and driven person" by her family, who paid tribute.
The family of a Leicestershire woman who died during the London Marathon said they had been "amazed" and "incredibly moved" by donations made in her memory.
More than 700 thousand pounds has been donated to the Samaritans in honour of Claire Squires.
The family of a woman who died during the London Marathon say they had been "amazed" and "incredibly moved" by donations made in her memory, as the amount pledged to her chosen charity approached £700,000.
30-year-old Claire Squires collapsed in Birdcage Walk, near St James's Park, on the final stretch of the 26.2-mile course on Sunday. She died with the finishing line only one bend away, after 25 miles of the marathon.