Keeping people protected from the cold is what it's all about! Cover Lafayette by bringing in blankets and other items. Covers of various shapes, sizes, colors, textures continue to stream in. They don't stay long as the demand continues to rise as people become aware of the Cover Lafayette Project. The collection continues as temps stay cold and the demand stays strong. We have unbelievably awesome support. It is working!
Collection and free pick up is at 927 Main Street on the back porch, (Downtown) Lafayette, IN.
Having worked in funeral services with countless survivors of the dead over the years, it is mind-blowing to see how many people are not prepared (on any level) to deal with the smallest and largest details required by funeral professionals to put a body (including yours) to rest. People often have no idea what death care means and how death is connected to everything we do in life.
Our passion is to help you get comfortable talking about death. Your time on earth is shorter than you think, and we want you to be fully aware of the responsibilities you have to yourself and your next of kin to get your body and mind prepared for the inevitable.
Here in the Eternity Ward, our goal is to help you prepare. We are a resource for the following:
Locations & Contacts
Caskets & Vaults
Advocate for the family
Organ & Tissue Donation
Death Care Education 101
Funeral Home Marketing/Seminars
Cemetery Education 101
Downsizing & Preparation
Help Downsize Home
Clean Up & Sell Ready
Paint & Landscaping
Help Locate Services Available
Life Events & Celebrations
Personalization of Ceremony
Coordinate Catering & Event Location
How to Make It Memorable
Living Memorial Services
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