We are grateful to the following sponsors & donors who have given grants to support the work of Living Well Dying Well as well as partners in this work.
Sussex Community Foundation kindly supported us to obtain office equipment in our early developmental stage. Thank you!
We are grateful to Susila Dharma Britain for 3 small grants over the last 2 years, which have helped with setting up a database and the set up costs for the Doula training, and more recently funding 3 part-time posts for a year.
Awards for All Big Lottery Fund have generously given a Grant to enable the Doula training go through a Quality Assurance process with Crossfields Institute in order for the training to be externally evaluated and monitored by EdExcel.
We are grateful for the expertise of Crossfields Institute who have supported our commitment to bringing humanity, integrity and professionalism to our training courses, so that we can deliver a course that engages mind, heart and spirit, and is educationally sound.
The Dying Matters Coalition was set up in 2009 by the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) to promote public awareness of dying, death and bereavement. Its mission is “to support changing knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards death, dying and bereavement, and through this to make ‘living and dying well’ the norm”.
Final Fling is the UK’s only one-stop-online-shop for end of life planning offering a spirited, bold, pragmatic and creative approach to a treacly subject: death.
The Natural Death Centre is a social, entrepreneurial, educational charity that gives free, impartial advice on all aspects of dying, bereavement and consumer rights.
Arka Funerals offer advice and information about the wide range of choices available for both traditional and green funerals, including council and church owned cemeteries, woodland burials, cremation, ashes interment and scattering.
What Matters Now provides free personal websites for people whose lives have been affected by serious illness or injury.