New funding will be provided to improve the services which support victims of terrorism, the Home Office has announced.
Cruse Bereavement Care has received a much-needed financial boost from the Department of Health and Social Care to help us respond to an increase in demand for our services due to the pandemic.
Refuge, The Refugee Council and Cruse Bereavement Care to offer targeted support as research shows seven million people expect to seek charity help this year due to pandemic
We are delighted that Cruse has been chosen to be supported by the Waitrose Community Matters Online funding scheme from August to October.
A new report from BAMEStream has mapped the mental health services available to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people, and highlighted a lack of culturally appropriate mainstream services available to communities who have been disproportionately affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
We were deeply saddened to hear about the death of former Cruse Director Derek Nuttall last month.
A report from the Campaign to End Loneliness is the first of its kind to look at how psychological approaches can help tackle loneliness.
Co-op has released a report which reveals the devasting impact lockdown has had on the nation’s ability to grieve. Cruse contributed to the report which warns of the grief pandemic the UK is yet to face.
Cruse is calling on the government to introduce a new set of agreed standards which commercial service providers would need to meet, making it easier to close down the accounts of someone who dies.
Cruse Bereavement Care Cymru, part of the UK’s largest bereavement charity Cruse Bereavement Care, are today launching a new dementia support project Supporting loss along the journey with dementia, in partnership with Alzheimer’s Society Cymru.