COVID-19 Resources

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With COVID-19 on everyone’s minds, we know that more people are thinking about their mortality, worrying about loved ones, and feeling anxious about what’s ahead.

At Cake, we’ve been planning for life’s unpredictable moments for years. Let us help you get organized and take back control.

Remember that we can try to focus on these three things during a pandemic:

  1. Physically distancing, so we can “flatten the curve”
  2. Socially connecting, so we support one another
  3. Making a plan, so we’re prepared for the future

You can try to put these principles into practice with our guidance below—whether you need a break from the news, tips on connecting with a vulnerable friend, or help getting your affairs in order.

If you’re still feeling anxious or worrying about your mortality, you can make your way through our Coronavirus Checklist as well. 

If you’re feeling anxious or worrying about your mortality…

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If you can’t hold a traditional funeral…

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