Grief Resources Ahead of the Holidays
When you or someone you know has experienced the death of a loved one, the holidays are full of missed milestones. RedBird is here to help.
Meet Dannell, RedBird's Founder
My family and I know well the shattered dreams that follow the death of a loved one. There is an awful messyness that easily overtakes the holiday season. No gifts to buy our son. None of grandma's precious baking. No gathering around an in-law's beloved tree reading the story of Christmas. No cheek to kiss as we toast to a New Year.
I created RedBird to help families navigate these difficult missed milestones. Our Guided Remembrance Experiences (cards, gifts, gatherings) invite you to pause in a meaningful way to honor a loved one and support a grieving friend.
Here are three important ways RedBird can help you ahead of the holiday rush.
Thursday, November 16 at 12:30pm (cst) via Zoom
How do we teach our young children (4-12) about grief and loss when we as adults struggle to know what to say? In honor of Children's Grief Awareness Day, RedBird is hosting a free webinar, providing you with a short-cut to the top 12 children's picture books on grief and loss. Learn More + Register
Send a Remembrance Card
You know the holidays are going to be a tender season for your grieving friend. How can you show your care in a meaningful way?
Send a BOUQUET Remembrance Card. It transforms into a remembrance keepsake, an expression of love and care
This RedBird exclusive card includes a brief digital guide to help you send the perfect card to your grieving friend. Learn More.