Find out about our patrons, trustees, Cruse council, and management team.
Reading about others' experiences of grief can be helpful and we are grateful to those who share their experiences with us.
To mark Cruse Bereavement Care's 60th anniversary we're talking to people who have experienced a bereavement and asking them about their own personal grief journey.
Cruse runs a number of specialist projects, including those which support families; people who feel lonely and isolated; older people and those with dementia; and those who have been bereaved by suicide.
We have nearly 5000 volunteers who support bereaved people and take on a number of other roles to help Cruse. You can read some of their stories here.
Read the latest news and updates on Cruse activities and campaigns.
We offer a number of publications on grief and bereavement, including free leaflets and our specialist journal, Bereavement Care.
Working for Cruse you'll be part of a team of 160 staff and 5,000 volunteers using your passion and skills to make a real difference to lives of bereaved people.
Find out how to get in touch with Cruse.
Read our latest Annual Review and other reports.
Cruse is interested and involved in promoting research with a view to extending our knowledge of the impact of bereavement both for the charity sector and wider society.
Contact details for media and press enquiries.