Our Ambassadors Lucy Coote Community Ambassador and Trainer, Rosedale Funeral Home Having worked with the bereaved and delivered bereavement support training to many professions I know the importance of signposting. My belief is getting the right support at the right time can ensure that people do not get stuck in their grief. AtaLoss.org offers a unique service that is open to all. I am proud to be one of their Ambassadors. Jamie Hawke Dignity Funeral's Regional Manager for the South West As a Funeral Director, experienced bereavement counsellor, Examiner for the National Association for Funeral Directors (NAFD) and previously President for the NAFD Cornwall Federation, I am immersed in the funeral industry and meet bereaved people every day. I am glad that I and my colleagues have a fantastic resource like AtaLoss.org to signpost bereaved clients to and I'm delighted to be an AtaLoss Ambassador. Beth French CEO & Director of 'Lets Talk About Loss' and Marketing Manager to the Princes Trust I discovered there was very little support for bereaved young people when my mum Susan died. I was alone and confused. I started to blog about this and Let’s Talk about Loss was born. Since then we have established peer support groups for bereaved 18-35 year olds all across the UK. I'm delighted to be working with AtaLoss. We are both committed to ensuring grieving young people get the timely support they need. Tracy Aslam Corporate Director in Retail and Leisure Business I understand just how lost I and my family felt after the tragic death of my brother. The easy access to services and information that AtaLoss.org offers was not available in my hour of need. It is an honour to offer my time as an Ambassador for such a critical and amazing charity to ensure people have somewhere to turn to when all around them is darkness.