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Loss and the Need for Support
Watch this sad, beautiful and poignant video to hear some of our beneficiaries bravely talk about their loss and the benefits of accessing support from The Loss Foundation

“Tears of Grief” presented at Student’s Minds Festival by our very own Dr Kirsten Smith. The moral of the story is that it’s good to cry!

I Won’t Go Quiet Campaign, Full version
Launching our campaign, I Won’t Go Quiet, which encourages the family, friends, colleagues, and acquaintances of those bereaved by cancer to say something rather than nothing. Pledge with us #IWontGoQuiet

TLF Invites Comedians… The Out-takes!
In July 2015 The Loss Foundation hosted their first comedy night fundraiser, and it was a roaring success! With the help of a funny video inviting comedians along, we had a stellar line-up! We’ve put this video together to show you some of the many out-takes from our day of filming. We can’t wait to get filming for our 2016 comedy invite video! Enjoy!

Comedy Night Fundraiser Invite
We made a collection of funny ‘personalised’ videos inviting comedians to perform at our charity comedy night fundraiser on 25th June 2015, Stand up for The Loss Foundation. Here is the video we created for Russell Howard. Enjoy!

Our World Cancer Day video 2015
We made a short video to commemorate those no longer with us, and shared the things we remember when we think about them. #loveliveson

The Loss Foundation Support Groups
A video about who we are and what we do. The video introduces our bereavement support groups and what you can expect from them.

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A spontaneous moment

A friend of The Loss Foundation was inspired to tell the story of our charity and how it started at Spark London, a night where people share stories that have touched them in some way. Thank you for sharing Sophie!

Read about Steve’s incredible achievement – running 20 marathons in 2016 to mark each year he was married to his wife, who passed away in 2015. We salute you Steve!

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We’re delighted to have been mentioned in Bel Mooney’s Daily Mail article on grief, and even happier to have been recommended by members of the public.

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Our Founder was in the press for all the hard work she did for our comedy night fundraiser in June 2015. They got a few facts wrong but never mind! Thanks Brent and Kilburn Times!

The Metro picked our charity comedy night as the 'to-do' activity on Thursday 25th June 2015'

The Metro picked our charity comedy night as the ‘to-do’ activity on Thursday 25th June 2015

Time Out featured an ad on our comedy night fundraiser, making it look irresistible! 2nd June 2015

Time Out featured an ad on our comedy night fundraiser, making it look irresistible! 2nd June 2015