What do I send my grieving loved one?
What do you do? You want to send the griever something to ease the pain of loss. Flowers? Food? A card? When should you send it? Is it too early or too late? The AFTER Company was created by owner, Lisa Marie, to provide comfort to your grieving loved one and serve as a reminder of your support during difficult times.
At AFTER, we understand what it means to be in your shoes. We help you decide what’s best now. We have simple bereavement gifts which provide continuing support over an extended period as grief unfolds. Your friend who is suffering wants to hear from you. Let us take care of the details.
What types of loss is AFTER appropriate for?
Losing a Loved One. Types of Loss: Loss of a father, loss of a mother, loss of a grandparent, loss of husband, loss of wife, loss of a sister, loss of a brother, loss of a cousin, loss of an aunt, loss of an uncle, loss of a friend, loss of a child, loss of a loved one, loss of a family member, loss of a pet and miscarriage.
We receive this question A LOT and are so glad you asked. There really isn’t a death that we wouldn’t recommend sending an AFTER Sympathy Box to. We do offer specific Sympathy candles for pet and miscarriage loss.
Together, let’s illuminate grief.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
AFTER Sympathy Boxes are handmade and delivered with support and compassion.
Sympathy Boxes Include
- 8 oz. aromatherapy soy candle
- reusable wooden keepsake box
- thoughtful coping activities for wooden box reuse
- 16-page booklet filled with inspirational messages and thoughts
- candle coaster
- small talisman to keep with you
- Aromatherapy benefits
- non-GMM soy wax
- 100% pure essential or fragrance oils
- 100% natural organic coconut oil
- 100% pure cotton wick
- low soot emission
- synthetic free and vegan
- burns for approximately 60 hours, made in the U.S.
Standard shipping arrives in 3-4 business days, personalized cards
AFTER lends a hand when a tragedy fractures a life in two - the life before and the life after.
Businesses Are People, Too. All businesses are run by people. Solopreneurs, CEOs, HR departments, etc., are all responsible for reacting to a client’s grief situation.