Matthew Redding, deputy director for FEMA’s Individual Assistance Division, spoke with multiple news organizations on Wednesday afternoon to share updates on the program.
Earlier this week, FEMA began accepting applications for assistance with funeral expenses related to COVID-19 deaths. However, according to the government agency, the rollout of the application process did not go smoothly.
Join industry leaders from Foundation Partners Group, Precoa and Matthews for an interactive discussion on Meeting Families Where They Are: How to Leverage Cremation Trends to Your Advantage, a new webinar on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 1pm CT.
Roosevelt Investments, a boutique wealth management firm with 50 years of experience working with funeral and cemetery professionals, will host its next live video call on Thursday, April 15th at 12pm (ET).
Starting today, April 12, FEMA is now accepting applications for financial assistance related to funerals, cremations, and interments for those who died from COVID-19.
The digital revolution has changed the media but not the objective. Technology has created new opportunities as people and industries find their place in the digital economy. Just like earlier media served specific purposes, so does digital technology; digital media employs “high tech to maintain high touch.”
Halcyon Death Care Management Solutions and Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions Announce New System Integration
Halcyon Death Care Management Solutions and Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions are pleased to announce an integration between Halcyon’s management system and Matthews Aurora’s Solution Center Catalog.
Foundation Partners Group, one of the nation’s leading providers of innovative end-of-life services, today announced the acquisition of Klontz Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Auburn, Washington. The acquisition grows Foundation Partners Group’s footprint in Washington to 11 locations.
Tools to Generate New Business, the third session in CANA’s Art and Science of Cremation: Crucial Conversations Virtual Series series, goes live on Wednesday, April 7, 1 pm CT.
2020 was the year of drinking out of the fire hose. Like many of you, we experienced a phenomenal surge in call volume. Was it COVID, possibly the aging of the Baby Boomers, or maybe just the law of large numbers? Whatever it was, 2020 seemed like a scramble from beginning to end.