While the Great Resignation caused headaches for employers, many employees took the opportunity to follow a passion, increase their income, or escape an uncomfortable work environment.
Funeral Service Foundation Doubles Number of Scholarships Available to Attend the NFDA International Convention...
The Funeral Service Foundation has doubled the number of scholarships available to attend the 2022 NFDA International Convention & Expo in Baltimore, Maryland, October 9-12.
Registration and housing are open for the 2022 National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) International Convention & Expo.
Jointly funded by the ICCFA Educational Foundation and the Funeral Service Foundation, the goal of the position is to effectively communicate the alignment between a career in the military and a subsequent career in funeral service.
On June 21st, Funeral Professional Peer Support (FPPS) and the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) mark the one-year anniversary of offering open peer support meetings to provide a forum for healing discussions about the everyday stresses of the funeral profession.
Funeral Service Foundation Deploys up to $50,000 in Emergency Assistance and Grief Support Funding;...
The Funeral Service Foundation announced today that it will deploy up to $50,000 in emergency assistance and grief support funding, and is now accepting donations for its Crisis Response Fund in the wake of Tuesday’s mass shooting, which left 19 children and two adults dead in Uvalde, Texas.
Twenty-nine students earned academic scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $5,000, and 20 professionals received the first-ever David C. Baue NFDA Professional Women’s Conference Scholarships.
Based on advance registrations, the Cremation Association of North America’s 104th Cremation Innovation Convention in Atlanta, Georgia is the place to be this August!
PRESS RELEASE HILLSBOROUGH, NH — Life Forest cemetery is proud to announce that they have become an official...
This week’s edition of Leader Links features articles about end-of-life technology services, notable Black funeral directors, and unconventional death practices, to name a few.