National Friendly partners with Cruse Bereavement Support

Chosen Charity of the Year

Hemma Visavadia
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National Friendly partners with Cruse Bereavement Support

Mutual Society National Friendly has partnered with charity Cruse Bereavement Support (Cruse) to help support people who have lost a loved one by fundraising for the next 12 months.

Cruse provides support services via its website, national helpline, live chat, group, Zoom, telephone or one-to-one in person support. According to National Bereavement Alliance's 2019 report, 72% of people have experienced bereavement in the last five years, with most people affected by the death of someone close at some point. The report warned that number of bereaved people in England is likely to increase by 10% over the next five years, with the population both growing and ageing. ...

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