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Are You Keeping Up with the Changing Needs of Families: Scattering Solutions
Studies show that over 50% of families are interested in green funerals, but "green" looks different for everyone. For the majority, this is returning to nature by being scattered in their favorite place. Many families who experienced a death during the coronavirus pandemic are waiting for safer times to gather and holding on to their loved one until they can. Funeral directors will have a huge opportunity to reach out to these families and help them create a memorable experience that reflects the life of the person they lost.

Join Passages and CANA on May 28 at 1:00pm CT for the first of a three-part webinar series related to keeping up with the changing needs of families. Part one will focus on scattering, which, according to surveys, is what more than 50% of families intend to do with their cremated remains. We'll discuss product options available and suggest ways to incorporate these products to create meaningful memorials for your families.

Stay ahead of the curve and make sure you are the community expert in scattering options by joining us on May 28.

May 28, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Darren Crouch
President and Founder @Passages International
Darren Crouch grew up in South Africa and England before moving to the USA. He co-founded Passages International, Inc. twenty years ago in Taos, New Mexico, when the demand for green and non-traditional funeral options was in its infancy. The original concept was to provide funeral directors with a more dignified, eco-friendly temporary container in which to return cremated remains when a family declined an urn. Today, Passages International is a global leader in biodegradable urns, eco-friendly caskets, shrouds and more, giving funeral homes everywhere new and unique options to meet the rapidly changing demands of families. Darren has presented at the NFDA and ICCFA conventions, as well as participated in green festivals around the country. He also serves on the board of the Green Burial Council.