Support Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts
The Funeral Service Foundation, together with NFDA, is committed to helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
As Hurricane Harvey continues its devastating impact along the Gulf coast of the United States, The Funeral Service Foundation and NFDA are keeping everyone in the affected area - especially our funeral service colleagues - in our thoughts and prayers.
The Funeral Service Foundation is the leading public foundation dedicated in perpetuity to serve the funeral service profession. Funded solely by contributions from funeral service made at every level, the Foundation:
- Fuels the careers of funeral service professionals through scholarships, and professional development opportunities, and
- Funds and promotes initiatives and outreach that make a measurable impact on funeral service.
Dedicated to promoting the best of what funeral service is about, your Foundation is here to support you through every step of your career and help you build meaningful relationships in the community. Whether you’re an experienced funeral director looking to engage the families you serve, a student seeking scholarship opportunities or a someone whose life as been touched by funeral service, you will find the resources you need here. You’ll also learn about your Foundation’s worthy and impactful work and renew your belief that, together, we made a difference in the profession that continues to reward us.
The Funeral Service Foundation does not have funding available for private or public memorialization, including funerals, burial and cremation. We encourage you to contact your local funeral service professionals to learn of possible resources available to you in your time of need.
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- September 20, 2017
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