No matter where you are in life, Memento lets you preserve the value, significance, and lineage of your important belongings.  

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1. CAPTURE

Add photos, stories, and lineage of your belongings to your secure account.

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2. EXPORT

Print or download your full record of value and get it sent straight to you. 

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3. SHARE

Share with loved ones, and use for wills, insurance, or family records. 

Value isn’t just about monetary worth  

 

Sentimental value often matters most to us, yet wills and insurance focus on dollar value. 

Memento captures the full value of belongings so that it's never lost.

 

“My things mean a lot to me but my son may not know what’s what, this helps him know what holds value.”
— Beverly C.
“Space is tight, I can’t keep my mother’s tea sets, but this lets me hold on to the story, even if I can’t keep the item.”
— Michael P.
 

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 "In 1969, when my dad was just 15 years old, Pan AM began marketing the idea that they would one day operate commercial flights to outer space just as they did here on Earth. They sold tickets to reserve your spot in their “First Moon Flights” club. My dad not only reserved his spot, he kept his ticket, along with his official membership letter, in his safe deposit box until the day he died.  Even though Pan AM no longer exists, and my dad never got his seat on his flight to the Moon, it will forever be one of my most treasured possessions. It represents everything I loved about my dad. His passion, his intelligence, his curiosity and his fearlessness.  My resolution for 2018 is to live my life more like him. To continue to explore the things I’m passionate about, to care less about what other people think and to set goals that may seem a little “out there.” —Claudia S.

"In 1969, when my dad was just 15 years old, Pan AM began marketing the idea that they would one day operate commercial flights to outer space just as they did here on Earth. They sold tickets to reserve your spot in their “First Moon Flights” club. My dad not only reserved his spot, he kept his ticket, along with his official membership letter, in his safe deposit box until the day he died.

Even though Pan AM no longer exists, and my dad never got his seat on his flight to the Moon, it will forever be one of my most treasured possessions. It represents everything I loved about my dad. His passion, his intelligence, his curiosity and his fearlessness.

My resolution for 2018 is to live my life more like him. To continue to explore the things I’m passionate about, to care less about what other people think and to set goals that may seem a little “out there.” —Claudia S.

"I started wearing bow ties in law school. One day out of the blue, I received a small package from my Grandpa. To my amazement, it contained his mink bow tie that he wore in high school (and, according to my Grandma, too many times after then) and a note instructing me to "wear it with pride." —Michael L.

“Whenever I visit my grandpa in Warsaw, I’m greeted by this bottle. He’s been making pepper vodka in it for decades and always keeps a bit from the previous one to add to the next, that way there’s still a bit from the original in every new batch. The satirical label is from the days when he used to help create and distribute underground press, and pokes fun at the military police.” —Adrian J.

"My grandson Sam at 7 days old in the family bassinet. Every child in our family has slept in it for the past 72 years!" —Donna E.

"My grandma used to embroider socks in Shangai from the age of 13-52, for 1 cent per 24 socks. She just gave me her last pair. These socks are 40 years old!" —Julia L.

"On our 2 year anniversary Lucas and I both unknowingly bought this red horseshoe for each other that we had fallen in love with during our road trip moving out to Texas but had not purchased. Having just moved in to our first home together in Austin, this was the perfect gift to wish good luck on our new home." —Emily E.

“I’ve learned so many unexpected family stories that I had no idea about!
— Kate E.

easy capture, even easier export

 

Snap photos on your phone.   

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Export as a booklet, inventory list, or downloadable files.

 

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