In this Q&A we catch up with Sam Grice, founder of Guardian Angel, an online platform which helps family and friends to connect and coordinate when planning a funeral or making important end of life choices.
This heartwarming documentary film follows Brighton-based funeral director Cara Mair as she gently guides three families through the process of crafting the perfect funeral for their loved one. A gentle, thoughtful and comforting film about doing funerals differently, and with great love.
In addition to dealing with the emotional impact of a loved one’s death, there can often be a lot of practical work to do as well, much of which may be unfamiliar. This guest post from the National Bereavement Service explains the ways in which they can help to support you and your loved ones at a difficult time.
What exactly is a Death Cafe? Put simply, a Death Cafe is an event where people gather together, drink tea, eat cake and talk about death. Sounds like a fun night out, right? Well, maybe surprisingly it's not only caught on, but has become something of a global phenomenon.
As a business we're very aware that planning a funeral is an emotionally draining experience and that families are often managing the expectations of family and friends, while still coming to terms with their own loss. That's why we've teamed up with specialist bereavement service GriefChat to offer our customers instant access to online bereavement support when they need it most.