Helpful Links

Helpful Links

Funeral Industry

The NaNAFDtional Association of Funeral Directors (NAFD) represents more than 3,700 UK funeral homes nationwide, UK and overseas – if you see this logo on a website, you’ll know you’re in safe hands.


The National Society of Allied and Independent Funeral Directors (SAIF) represents over 870 members and 1,500 independent funeral homes around the UK

The Association of Green Funeral Directors logo-3was created in order to make sure green funeral practices stand up to a code of conduct. Consult them if you have eco-minded funeral questions.

Campaigns and Groups

The Fair Funerals campaign fair-funeralsis run by anti-poverty charity Quaker Social Action to tackle the root causes of funeral poverty.

Dignity in Dying is a national movement and membership organisation campaigning to change the debate surrounding assisted dying for terminally ill, mentally competent adults.

compassion-in-dyingCompassion in Dying is the sister of Dignity in Dying, promoting planning ahead for the kind of support people want at the end of their lives.

mdmd-800My Death My Decision is a right-to-die campaign that wants to see a more compassionate approach to dying in the UK, notably by giving people the legal right to a medically-assisted death, regardless of whether they’ve received a terminal illness diagnosis.

Wills and Probate

farewillFarewill make creating a Will as simple as answering a few questions in under 15 minutes.

Law Donut is a one-stop shop for all things legal, including Wills, condensed into digestible articles. They also have a helpful glossary of all the legal terms used in Probate law.

Will Aidwill-aid is a charity Will writing scheme which involves the legal profession and nine of the UK’s charities. Every November, participating solicitors waive their fee for writing a basic Will, and charities receive much-needed donations.

Talking Points

Death Cafe is an opportunity to talk about death and grief openly, with a cup of tea or cocktail. Visit the website to find your nearest Death Cafe.

the-death-forumThe Death Forum is interested in the impact of technology and the digital age on our relationship with death, putting on interesting events and talks throughout the year.

The Centre for Death and Society, University of BathCentre-for-Death-and-Society looks into the experiences of people facing death and bereavement and how this is influenced by culture, politics and economics.

Grief and Bereavement

griefcast Griefcast is a podcast that invites comedians to talk about death; both moving and wonderfully funny.terrible-thanks-for-asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking is another podcast about losing close ones, talking honestly and hilariously about grief.