The Dignity Memorial network is passionate about supporting the communities where we do business and where our associates live and work. That’s why we provide a wide range of programs and resources both locally and nationally.
Dignity Memorial’s community programs are deeply rooted in our commitment to provide comfort during difficult times. By partnering with national nonprofit organizations, honoring those who serve and comforting those who grieve, we foster the health and welfare of our friends and neighbors.
By choosing a Dignity Memorial location, you are investing in your community. It’s part of what we call the Dignity® Difference.
Being a caring partner
In addition to compassionately caring for families during their time of need, Dignity Memorial professionals demonstrate an ongoing commitment to the communities we serve. Through partnerships with organizations such as the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), the National Alliance for Grieving Children and Donate Life America, we're able to make a difference in the communities where our associates live and work.LEARN MORE
Honoring those who serve
Dignity Memorial providers are honored to support our public servants, veterans and military service men and women who protect our freedom and safety. Through the Public Servants Program and Homeless Veterans Program, the Dignity Memorial network provides no-cost burial and funeral services for eligible homeless veterans and first responders who have fallen in the line of duty.LEARN MORE
Comforting those who grieve
We care for those who care for others. Professional caregivers provide essential support to men, women and children suffering from loss. The Dignity Memorial network acknowledges their vital role with a multitude of resources to help inform and assist them.
Giving back through community partnerships locally and nationally is one more way Dignity Memorial professionals care for those in need.Learn more
Giving back through community partnerships locally and nationally is one more way Dignity Memorial professionals care for those in need.