A funeral will be held next week for a baby boy found in a stream.
The infant's mother has not come forward despite extensive police inquiries and several nationwide media appeals.
The baby's body was found in Spen Brook, near the Boys Brigade Club headquarters in Carr Lane, Kirkham, Lancashire, on October 1 last year.
It is believed he was less than a month old and had been born full-term.
A Union Flag towel, a green towel with a "Renaissance" label and a discoloured fleece which was originally blue and white were all found close to the body.
The death touched the local community, which wanted to pay for a funeral service.
A local funeral director has stepped in and a headstone will be provided free of charge for the service at St Michael's Church, Kirkham, next Wednesday, June 13.
More than £1,000 collected in donations from the public will be passed on to children's charities in the area.
Detective Chief Inspector Andrea Barrow, from Lancashire Constabulary's major investigation team, said: "The people of Kirkham have clearly been deeply moved by what has happened and I would like to thank them for pulling together in the face of this tragedy to raise money and offer their services so that this little boy can be put to rest.
"This remains very much an ongoing investigation and I believe that the answers are out there somewhere. We will not rest and leave no stone unturned until we get to the bottom of exactly what has happened."