We understand how painful it can be to lose a loved one. That’s why we provide resources to help you support families through their grief. As someone who brings families together to say goodbye, in person or online, we hope you find the following information useful.
Our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses can support people experiencing grief after a loved one has passed away. Your clients can call our free Dementia Helpline on 0800 888 6678 or email email@example.com. The Helpline is open Monday to Friday: 9am to 9pm and Saturday to Sunday: 9am to 5pm. We also have our Closer to Home virtual clinic service. Appointments with a nurse are available to book via phone or zoom.
You may wish to guide families toward our resources on grief, bereavement and loss. You can download our information leaflet on grief below or request printed copies for your branches.
Many families find the easiest way to collect donations in memory of someone is by using an online Remembrance page. We partnered with Muchloved, which lets people create a freeonline tribute page. The page can be shared with family and friends online, before the funeral, or in the order of service.
Paying in donations collected in memory is quick and easy, and there are a few different ways to get the funds to us.
Online:enter the amount and feel free to give more details about the donation if you wish
Over the phone: please call our Supporter Care Team on 0300 365 5500 anytime between 9-5pm on weekdays
Cheque: you can send in cheques on behalf of your client. Make cheques payable to Dementia UK and post to Freepost RTZS-HCZL-RTUT, Dementia UK, 7th floor, One Aldgate, London EC3N 1RE. Please include a note with your name, contact details and the name of the family