Death Cafe profile for Fuze Ceremonies

Location: United Kingdom

About Fuze Ceremonies:

The Fuze Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation established 2012.  One of it's purposes is to to assist with the real issues around funeral affordability.  We are actively campaigning and working on behalf of families to address the issues they face.  We are doing something very practical and offering all bereaved families Funeral Ceremonies (Celebrants only) at no cost to them.  Our ultimate aim is to raise enough money to offer to pay all the funeral expenses.  We are also working with other social enterprises to be able to advise on low cost alternative funerals and memorial ceremonies.

What brings you to Death Cafe?

We are a team of over 30 Celebrants across the UK and love the idea of helping peope talk about their experiences.  Rather than do our own thing, we're delighted to support this amazing initiative

What would you like your legacy to be?

That I helped give people choices in how to celebrate and commemorate milestones in life.

Thoughts for sharing:

Talk about it - what your personal wishes are or how you are feeling if you have lost someone.

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Fuze Ceremonies's posts on the Death Cafe website

New Blog post: The challenges of talking about Death when you are young

Posted by Fuze Ceremonies on Jan. 29, 2019, 8:47 a.m.

When I was in my early 20's my young sister died.  People are not meant to die when they are 15.  I though only old people died.  It was incredibly difficult to talk to my friends about this.  They didn't know what to say to me.  Some avoided me and some drifted away and I lost several friends at that time.  Looking back on it, I think it was because they couldn't ...

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