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We carefully curate partner products & services that we believe will deliver real value for you and your loved ones. Check out new ideas:


Each week for 1 year, a question is emailed to you to answer. After the year: all your answers are compiled and a physical memory book created that is sent to you.


Invite your friends to make a video. Compile the videos and create your own tribute film. A do-it-yourself platform for making memory movies for all special occasions.

Lasting Letters

Everyone has a letter in them. Sometimes you just need a little help writing it. Guided help creating a personal letter to a loved one.

Hello Game

Hello is a conversation game. It’s the easy, non-threatening way to start a conversation with your family and friends about what matters most to you.

Now & Then

An end-of-life board game. Tackle the big legacy questions in a light setting. Wine and cucumber dip not included.

Death Cafe

Drink tea, eat cake, and discuss death. More than 10,000 gatherings have taken place in 69 countries since Jon Underwood started the movement from London in 2011. The informal talks allow people to come together casually to share life experiences and discuss their impending…well, you know.


Simply the best way to preserve your past. Legacybox is the industry leader In hand-digitizing your home movies, photos & film. Trusted by 750,000 families.

WeCroak App

Inspired by a Bhutanese folk saying: to be a happy person, one must contemplate death five times daily. Each day, the app sends you five invitations to stop and think about death.

Coffin Club

People meeting to make their own coffins. Started in New Zealand in 2010 by former palliative care nurse Katie Williams, the DIY phenomenon has spread across the globe, with clubs in the United Kingdom & United States.

Death Over Dinner

It all started with a University of Washington graduate course called Let’s Have Dinner and Talk About Death, taught by Michael Hebb and Scott Macklin. Quickly plan a meal with friends and/or family and casually explain that you wish to become part of a coral reef. And please pass the mashed potatoes.


You need somewhere to collect all your passwords. LastPass is a freemium password manager that stores encrypted passwords online. Just remember your master password and LastPass remembers the rest.

Donate Life

100,000 people are on a waiting list for hearts, livers & kidneys. Consider using your death to give life. The Donate Life Logo unites hundreds of donation and transplantation organizations with the hundreds of thousands of patients, families and supporters they serve.

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