Unique and meaningful ways to show friends and family you are there for them in their time of need.
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Food brings us together in times of loss. Send your recipient a warm, delicious meal from Spoonful of Comfort. With everything they need to enjoy a handcrafted meal as well as personalization options, this is a timeless way to show support. Spoonful of Comfort also caters to gluten-free and vegan recipients.
Having something to snack on in those first few hours and days after a loss makes all the difference. This comfort food snack variety pack ensures there are plenty of options for your recipient and their loved ones to choose from, with cookies, crackers, candy, and everything in between.
Lifekive specializes in celebrating your favorite memories. Beyond a memorial album, their signature package is a once-in-a-lifetime collection of keepsakes designed to be passed through generations. Their team creates a stunning book, video montage, and an organized digital library of beautiful images.
While flowers have always been a way to show support after a loss, gorgeous blooms wilt and fade quickly. Succulents are long-lasting, easy to care for, and a beautiful symbol of life. This sympathy gift box includes a small succulent, candle, and matches.
Every grief journey is different, and a helping hand can help through the darkest of times. Grief Coach is a subscription service for the bereaved individual and up to 4 others. This program delivers personalized messages to support a variety of losses, and it's an important reminder that your friend is not alone.
Taking time for self-care after a loss is not easy, but it’s a necessary part of the healing process. This spa gift basket is full of thoughtful touches to remind them to take a few moments for themself during this challenging time.
This angel figurine acts as a reminder that the ones we love never truly leave us. Having a physical symbol of our guardian angels is a source of comfort, whether it’s used as a memento, part of a memorial, or as a sympathy gift.
Nina Riggs was diagnosed with terminal cancer at age 37. This book is her memoir about how she learned to live “with death in the room.” Deeply raw and moving, The Bright Hour is a testament to living a life full of love, bravery, and loss.