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Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory Announces a New Crowdfunding Service in Partnership With GoFundMe to Offer Families a Helping Hand™
2017-07-19

            At Falk Funeral Home, we are excited to announce a crowdfunding service, developed in partnership with GoFundMe, that will allow friends, families and loved ones to make monetary contributions to families who have experienced a loss, right from our funeral home website.

            We are proud to offer this to families of the Upper Perkiomen Valley community. Our goal with this new service is to enable families to work directly with our firm to start, monitor and benefit from crowdfunding, without having to use a third-party service. Losing a loved one is never easy, however the support of those you hold dear, in our experience, can go a long way in helping with the stress of

funeral planning and beginning the healing process.

            "More and more families have turned to us in recent years asking if our funeral home offers a crowdfunding option. With A Helping Hand™, families can now work directly with our funeral home to launch, monitor and benefit from crowdfunding campaigns powered by the largest platform in the entire space. The only difference is they no longer have to work with a third party and can integrate their campaign into the entire funeral planning process. Ultimately, we are excited to offer the families we serve more ways to help," says Frank.

            This brand-new feature is part of a continued commitment to providing families complete control over their Book of Memories online memorial tribute pages on our website. Families will be able to monitor campaigns directly from their online tribute pages and see contributions in real time in the same way they have previously been able to with written condolences and gestures of sympathy.

            "It is important that families feel supported by our funeral home and by those close to them. With A Helping Hand™, we now enable families to garner support from the entire community. Crowdfunding has become an extremely popular way for friends, loved ones and even strangers to express their sympathy and support during times of great need. We felt it was important for our firm bring this to our community" concluded Frank.

            We look forward to bringing more services like this to the families of the Upper Perkiomen Valley and invite you to continuously provide us with feedback about how we can better serve the community.

            If you want to know more about A Helping Hand™ or would like further information about our funeral home including who we are, what we do and how we can be of service to your family, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at any time by calling us at 215-679-5933, or by visiting us online at www.falkfuneralhomes.com. Thank you for allowing us to be a trusted funeral service provider in the valley for over 30 years.


 

 

 

 

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