Bereavement clubs, societies & organisations

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Listed below are the Bereavement clubs, organisations and societies listed in the Which Club database. If you are a member of a Bereavement club, Bereavement group or Bereavement society which isnt listed please add your club here.

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 Club Name Category Town County
Carers UKBereavementLondon
Carers UK is the voice of carers. Carers provide unpaid care by looking after an ill, frail or disabled family member, friend or partner. Carers give so much to society yet as a consequence of caring, they experience ill health, poverty and discrimination. Carers UK is an organisation of carers fighting to end this injustice. We will not stop until people recognise the true value of carersí contributi...

Cruse Bereavement CareBereavementRichmondSurrey
Cruse Bereavement Care exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. Services are free to bereaved people. The charity provides support and offers information, advice, education and training services....

Lesbian and Gay Bereavement ProjectBereavementLondon
Offers advice and support to people bereaved by the death of a same-sex partner through a telephone helpline, provide advice on suitable clergy for the funeral, funeral directors and solicitors for any legal matters. ...

Foundation for the Study of Infant DeathsBereavementLondon
The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths is the UK's leading baby charity aiming to prevent unexpected deaths in infancy and promote infant health. FSID fulfils these aims by: * Funding research * Supporting families whose babies have died suddenly and unexpectedly * Disseminating information on infant health, baby care and sudden infant deaths to health professionals and the general pub...

Woodside Bereavement Service, The Listening EarBereavementLondon
The Bereavement Service is open to any person, male or female, of any age, sexuality, ethnic origin, culture or religion. Those using the service might be: parents whose children have died; survivors of disasters; children or adults who have lost parents; mothers whose babies have died through cot death; people whose friends or relatives have been killed in accidents; women who have suffered from miscarriag...

National Association of WidowsBereavementCoventry West Midlands
The death of a husband, wife or partner is a devastating experience. Learning to cope with life without that partner is a slow and painful process. That's where the NAW can help. We offer support, friendship and understanding to men and women who have lost their partners through bereavement. We do this with the help of people who know how you feel - other widows and widowers. Whatever your age, what...

The Natural Death CentreBereavementWinchesterHampshire
The Natural Death Centre is a social entrepreneurial, educational charity that gives advice on all aspects of dying, bereavement and consumer rights in this area. We give support on family-organised and environmentally-friendly funerals and run the Association Natural Burial Grounds. Although green, we promote choice and education not just environmental issues. We helped create the expanding network of w...

Childhood Bereavement NetworkBereavementLondon
The Childhood Bereavement Network (CBN) is the hub for those working with bereaved children, young people and their families across the UK. We underpin our membersí work with essential support and representation: bringing them together across localities, disciplines and sectors to improve bereavement care for children. Collectively, we share a vision that all children and young people in the UK, together...


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