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MuchLoved Newsletter – November 2009

Your MuchLoved Newsletter
Welcome to our November newsletter in which we highlight our latest developments, welcome new partners and showcase a tribute as an example of how people are increasingly using the MuchLoved service.
With best wishes, Sally & Jon

This month we welcome…

“At The Sick Children’s Trust we endeavour to keep families together while their children are receiving treatment in hospital. Unfortunately this does not always have the happy ending we hope for and in these cases the personalised MuchLoved tributes act as a fitting way to honour the memory of loved ones.” Lydia Soloman, Community Fundraiser

“MuchLoved gives people a safe and dignified place to share these memories and express their love for the people they have lost. Through the link to MuchLoved on our website and the literature displayed in our offices I am confident more and more of the families we are privileged to care for will discover the benefit of MuchLoved.” Ryan P. Squires, Son and successor of the late Peter H. Squires

A Fitting Tribute

This is a public tribute for Paul Lewis who died from (SUDEP) Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy. Paul’s family are committed to raising funds for Epilepsy Action to provide help for sufferers and their families, plus enabling a greater understanding of the condition

Material for Funeral Directors
If you would like to suggest MuchLoved’s service to your families we can provide you with A5 leaflets to put on display in your offices. Just click here to email us your request. Please remember to include your name and address.

Help the Hospices Conference
Are you attending the Help the Hospices conference: making life before death matter in November? We are, why not book in a time to meet us and see a demonstration of our site. Click here to email us with your preferred time and date.

New Homepage Feature – Guest Search Facility
Visitors can now search for a MuchLoved tribute using our new search facility by simply clicking on the “Visit a tribute” section on the homepage.