NFFD Newsletter – April 2021

We hope you have had a great month! Here’s a roundup of the NFFD’s favourite news stories, exclusive offers from our selected partners and a survey to help us ensure we provide the best service possible.

£2,000 for food banks

Thomas Cuthell & Sons collected £2,000 for food banks through its remembrance event which was streamed on its website in January due to Coronavirus restrictions.

21-year-old funeral director launches own business

ONE of the youngest funeral directors in the country has opened his own business.

Prince Philip’s funeral

The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral was watched by more than 13 million television viewers in the UK, overnight figures showed.

As part of our mission to constantly improve our service, we are inviting all members to complete a very quick questionnaire. This will help us to provide you with the information you need, at the frequency you want it.

Dell

The National Federation of Funeral Directors has partnered with Dell to offer exclusive discounts and services to our valued members. Including:
  • 10-20% discount off laptops, desktops and accessories
  • Access to Small Business Technology Advisors
  • Dedicated account manager to work with you

Goldcross Cargo

Repatriation of human remains or Cremated Remains has always been difficult, well, not anymore. Goldcross Cargo make it easy for you to find the cheapest direct or indirect flights (subject to availability) to your required destination.

Goldcross Cargo now offer repatriation of Human Remains and Cremated Remains, to countries all around the world at very low and affordable prices.

To help NFFD members, Goldcross Cargo are offering an additional 10% off of your first repatriation service with them.

If you would like some more information on the great services provided by Goldcross Cargo, please click the button below!

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