Choose to partner with Grief Encounter and your company will help us reach even more bereaved children and their families following the death of a loved one.
Working with organisations of all sizes across different sectors throughout the UK, we will motivate, inspire and support you and your colleagues to build a mutually beneficial partnership you’ll be proud to be a part of.
As a corporate partners or patron you can enable us to plan with increased confidence.
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Grief Encounter are working in collaboration with Lloyds Banking Group to provide professional bereavement support to Lloyds Banking Group customers
Jonathan Rubins, Director said, “we have been supporting Grief Encounter since 2017 and feel passionate to help them reach even more bereaved children and families following the death of a loved one.”
Aviva and Grief Encounter have worked closely together for since 2014 with Grief Encounter providing advice, support and training to both their bereavement units and extended teams. Aviva promote Grief Encounter services both internally and externally through all their materials.
Aviva are committed to supporting Grief Encounter on an annual basis and have also run additional fundraisers including Office Olympics across their offices.
Jason Rosser, director at 1st Line Funeral Care said ‘we are so pleased to be supporting this wonderful charity”
“I lost my son 2 years ago, he was facing depression and he decided to end his life, he texted me in the afternoon, I was out, the words he said is ‘mum I am ending my life, I am so sorry, I am just so sorry.’ I felt that I needed something for myself and my daughter and that is where Grief Encounter stepped in. My daughter made friends with other grief children and they understand what she’s actually going through.”
Saroj & Sapna