Dealing with death and funerals is always difficult and often confusing. But what we're facing now as a result of Coronavirus can make things seem unmanageable.
We want to help, so we've set up a free nationwide Farewelling Coronavirus Funeral Helpline to offer advice, answers and just plain kindness to families navigating a death in these crazy times, whether Coronavirus-related or not. No question is too small or trivial. Our team is standing by via email or phone, and we'd love to hear from you.
Arranging a farewelling (formerly "funeral”) may be something you need or want to do right now. If so, we're ready to help with a clickable checklist, articles to guide you, and a connection to local providers.
Real talk, guidance & inspiration for every part of the farewelling journey.
Planning a farewelling for someone you love is a way to honor their values and their style. Thinking about your own farewelling helps you live your best now. And mindful grief practices bring comfort, balance and wellbeing.
What happens when a revered palliative care physician and a brilliant creative thinker put their talents together? One of the most influential books on end of life planning. Ever. Karen talks with the duo about A Beginner's Guide to the End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death.
A rainbow of delightful and talented humans make up the Farewelling team. Some of us are creatives, some techies, a few are super-businessy, and a couple are good at pretty much everything, or at least willing to jump in the deep end! But despite our diverse backgrounds and skills, we all have one thing in common--a passion for helping people navigate this last frontier of human experience with positivity and personality.