We live and work in the South East QLD Community and as such, we are dedicated to providing services that go above and beyond a traditional funeral or memorial. As part of our on-going commitment to our families, we also work closely with local aged care facilities, hospitals and high schools to provide ongoing support and guidance.
Our regular support groups for people affected by suicide are designed to connect our community with others who have experienced the same pain and grief, in a supportive and open environment. Talk to one of our family if you would like to be part of an upcoming group.
In addition to our Suicide Support Network, we also host a range of support groups for people who have lost someone they love. We have specialised programs that focus on parents who have lost children, children who have lost parents, partners who have lost their love and general grief support groups. It doesn’t matter where you are on your journey through grief, we are always here for you.
Annual High School Scholarship Program
We recognise that our future is shaped by younger generations and supporting them through their educational pursuits is an essential step for a bright future. Our annual scholarships program provides high school aged children affected by the loss of parent or guardian, with a start up scholarship to assist in purchasing all of their school items to give them the best start for the new school year ahead.
Our family spends a great deal of time in the community, chatting with locals and their families and investing time to understand who lives with us and what they look for when choosing a funeral provider when the time comes. We spend time at local aged care facilities, hospitals, schools, community groups and in the public, providing support, care and company to those that may not have a network of people to support them. We love that we are able to be there for our community regardless of their funeral needs and make it a priority to see as many people in the community as possible.
Everything we do is based on our family values, care, trust, support and compassion. We love our community connections and we welcome you to our family with open arms, regardless of where you come from, who you are, what you do or if you’re the black sheep in the family. We are free from judgement and always there to offer support, guidance and compassion when you need it most.
If you would like to participate in any of our community activities, please feel free to get in touch with us or come in for a chat.
Information on Who to Contact When A Loved One Passes Away
Knowing who to contact following the death of a loved one can be daunting. We have prepared a comprehensive guide of who to contact that you can download here.