Dignity MemorialĀ® Network Community Programs

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 provider community programs are organized around three priorities deeply rooted in our commitment to provided 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.

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Being a caring partner

In addition to compassionately serving families during their time of need, Dignity Memorial professionals demonstrate an ongoing commitment to communities. Through our partnerships with organizations, such as the American Diabetes Association, the Donate Life Rose Parade® Float and United Way, we are able to make a difference in the communities where our associates live and work.

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Honoring those who serve

Dignity Memorial providers are honored to support our public servants, veterans and military servicemen and servicewomen 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.

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Comforting those who grieve

Though our primary goal is providing fitting tributes to lives lost, we also consider the care of that person’s family and friends part of our job. We take our role in supporting those who are grieving very seriously, and that’s why we provide ongoing resources to help families cope with their losses. Counseling services and social groups like LIFT connect those who are grieving with the support they need. We also offer training and education to professional caregivers through continuing education courses.

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Giving back through community partnerships locally and nationally is one more way Dignity Memorial professionals care for those in need.