We Mourn Together

So No One Has To Mourn Alone

Valor Videos Campaign

We Mourn Together is launching a new Campaign called Valor Videos. We are excited to announce a new way to help people during this Covid pandemic. 

Help us with our new Valor Videos Campaign to honor and pay tribute to our fallen first responder heroes such as firefighters, police officers and other emergency responders and frontline workers.

Your donation to our Valor Videos Campaign allows us to help their families and friends remember their lost loved heros with the gift of a Life Remembrance Video.

We Mourn Together Life Remembrance Videos will be produced to honor our front line workers who have lost their lives due to Covid. Valor Videos will be produced to honor and remember our heroes and given to their grieving families as a gift.

We Mourn Together works with clients to record families and friends sharing fond memories, including photos, and other available records to produce a moving tribute.

Life Remembrance Videos from We Mourn Together help honor, pay tribute and memorialize lost loved ones.

 

Your donation makes it possible to create Valor Life Remembrance Videos, a priceless forever gift to the family and friends of our lost heroes.

Life Remembrance Videos

Video Productions Services

We help remember loved ones with video. Life stories matter. To heal we must remember. We help put words, photos, video and ritual to grief.

We are here to help remember those we have lost, and the lives they lived. We are here to help heal the loved ones they left behind with memorial tributes of remembrances.

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We Mourn Together creates space for virtual visits and connectedness to community

Life Remembrance Videos

Gather to Remember

Virtual Memorial Vault

We Share Meetings

We Listen Hotline

Bedside Attendance

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We Mourn Together is Non-Denominational, Interfaith and Inclusive

 

501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Charity

Donations are Tax-Deductible

Available Services

~ Life Remembrance Videos ~ 

​   ~ Gather to Remember ~

~ Virtual Memorial Vault ~

 

~ We Share Meetings ~

~ We Listen Hotline ~

~ Bedside Attendance ~

~ Valor Videos ~

~ Covid Eternal Flame Memorial ~

Volunteers and Careers

~ Grant and Funding Development Professionals ~

~ Social Media/Marketing ~

~ Office Manager ~

~ HR Manager ~

~ Meetings Moderators ~

~ Essential Attendants ~

~ Clergy, Ministry and Doulas ~

~ Meetings/Hotline Manager ~

~ Executive Director ~

~ Content Assistant ~

~ Tech Ops ~

 

We Mourn Together

So No One Has To Mourn Alone

Our Job is to be with You

 

We Mourn Together creates space for virtual visits and connectedness to community

We Listen Together

We Remember Together

We Share Together

We Talk Together

We Help Together

We Heal Together

We Mourn Together is for all grief, mourning, bereavement, loneliness and isolation, not just the sadness, sorrow and suffering experienced while attending to end of life.

We Mourn Together creates space for virtual visits and connectedness to community. We have a grand vision of many ways to help people, and specifically providing essential attendance at the end of life.

 

We Mourn Together is primarily focused on attending to people with their end of life concerns of dying and death.

Life Stories Matter

Valor Videos Campaign

Life Remembrance Videos

WMT is for all loss, grief, mourning, bereavement, loneliness and isolation, not just the sadness, sorrow and suffering experienced while attending the end of life. WMT is a grand vision of many ways to help people, and specifically provides essential attendance primarily focused on attending to people with their end of life concerns of dying, death and remembrance.

WMT creates access to AP Listeners and Moderators embedded in virtual space in multiple platforms in which to engage and be heard. Access to services matters. Free of charge We Share Meetings and We Listen Hotline services are accessible to all people. WMT is a portal for effective networking of professionals with people in need, and as a referral source to existing service resources.

Creating virtual space for supportive mental health services is serving the intergenerational needs of all of our communities at large. We must begin to set new standards and practices in place to properly honor and remember our fellow humans. Gather to Remember and Virtual Vault Memorial services will help lead the way into the future of new standards of practices at the end of life and posthumous remembrances. We Share Meetings create space that fosters productive dialogue, are engaging and bring diverse people together in fellowship.

WMT is a virtual business, with equal opportunities for all workforce regardless of geographic location or physical abilities. Virtual workforce requirements means individuals now have more opportunity and access to meaningful and lucrative online work product assignments and tasks. Building a new business in a new world order of virtual space, the concept of a 15-30 hour work week commitment came to mind, along with the need for job title redundancy (in case of sudden sick leave and life changes). Many people want to reach out and help others, as volunteers and the employment workforce.

Caring for our own body, mind and spirit, and having a care about the wellbeing of others, is a common thread of concern for most people. Like the patchwork quilt of the hardworking farmer lady, a myriad of options exist of ways to care for, and about, ourselves and others. Access is the key to equity in creating a culture of health in communities.

The hospitals have recently begun to hire workers to provide Comfort Care by virtually connecting patients in the hospital with their family, as part of a Plan of Care. Hospitals will likely continue to limit patient visitations. The future will hold more virtual visits between hospital patients and their loved ones. Our feelings of personhood as a human exists through our connections to others. Bedside Attendance providing Comfort Care can be free, and also based on a fees-for-service model. We are collectively known as humankind, and we can’t survive without kindness. Life stories matter.

The recent news from CDC identifies a “tsunami” of mental illness, with unprecedented ER visits in all demographics; especially teens and children. Mental illness is most often not diagnosed until the later stages, and prevention relies on early intervention. Tele-health must expand to include “non-medical” talk therapy alternatives like share meetings and hotlines; free 24/7 access to talking and sharing type connections to others. Deep listening is a skill, and compassion and empathy can be taught, and sincere sympathy can help heal.

Tele-Health is not new, and it’s here to stay. Body, Mind and Spirit is the holistic approach to health and wellness. Like nonmedical homecare services CNA’s and HHAs, we must immediately train, support and make ready a workforce of “Certified Peer Specialist” to listen and be available to assist with expanding Bedside Comfort Care and no-cost talk therapy options and programs(listening rooms). A listening ear and a virtual shoulder to cry on. Our personhood is at stake. WMT comes from a position of sympathy and compassion, creating space for the loving quality of the listening room, and a new way to remember our lost loved ones.

Privilege provides access. We must bridge the digital divides and create equitable accessibility to telecommunications and the cloud (including personal equipment needs), which requires realigning our priorities to be more inclusive. Online access to insurance-paid mental health services is growing, however free services are limited. WMT creates space to equal opportunity access to mental health resources that may improve a person's health; unavailable to many in the past. We Share Meetings launched in April 2020 (6 mtgs/wk); total of 222 meetings (as of 12/22) have been conducted, with regular attendees.

Death and remembrance are part of our human life story. Creating space to remember and memorialize our dearly departed is essential to honoring our collective pain of loss, grief and mourning. WMT’s committed listening, space for virtual visits, and networking capabilities will bring meaningful employment and much needed services to help our fellow humans. Our future generations depend on us to right now pay proper respect to our dying and dead. Technology and innovation can help us better honor and remember our life stories and dearly departed. WMT envisions a “Covid Eternal Flame” memorial.

Opportunity is a privilege, and the gaps and gulfs of equal access creates disparity in socioeconomic conditions. Building a town or a city first relies on infrastructure of roads. We must focus on building, for all people, digital pathways to access the cloud. Creating and providing access to technology and the cloud will be one of the most important priorities as we move forward in the next few decades.

 

We Mourn Together is a global community vision and a concept applicable to all types of mourning and grief. Loss of a loved one, or loss of: a job or a business, freedom and liberty, hopes and dreams, events such as sports, concerts, festivals, expos and trade shows, weddings, graduations and significant life events, all of the many ways we gather together.

 

We Mourn Together creates space for virtual visits and connectedness to community. Our job is to be with You. We Mourn Together helps people cope with sorrow and sadness as we let go of what was. We mourn and grieve our losses together, and help support each other as we gather to remember and memorialize our dearly departed.

We Mourn Together is inclusive, non-denominational and interfaith. We are deeply committed to inclusion, honesty, respect, kindness and equity.

If you are in crisis or you think you may have an emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. If you're having suicidal thoughts, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to talk to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area at any time (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline). If you are located outside the United States, call your local emergency line immediately.

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