Our impact Since AtaLoss.org was founded in 2016, we have built up a database of support organisations (growing all the time) across the UK that bereaved people can turn to if they need help. Making sure bereaved people know about this life-saving facility has also been our focus over the last two years. We have been working extensively across all sectors to ensure professionals from all sectors who work with bereaved people are aware that they can signpost them to the AtaLoss.org website. Working with professionals, we can reach the bereaved and at the same time add considerable value to the work that they do. Over the last year we have reached out to the following; 46,000 GP's, health professionals and surgeries The UK's crematoria Hospices and care homes throughout the UK Those bereaved by suicide and those supporting them through our partnership with the Support After Suicide Partnership (SASP) Funeral Directors through their professional journals Conferences of professionals addressing mental health, health services in Scotland and Northern Ireland, social workers and local authorities; Government Departments and local authorities across the UK The travelling public across the London Network in collaboration with TfL Churches and Chaplains through our involvement with the Loss and HOPE project Teachers and youth workers through our training about how to support bereaved school children; Many hundreds attending bereavement awareness training days Professionals attending our Bereavement Friendly Churches and Communities webinars We know there is a mountain to climb but we also know that what we provide is much needed. We will continue to make AtaLoss.org known so that it is the 'go to' place for bereaved people to find the support they need and deserve. If you can help us with the challenge by distributing our materials in your work place, in your community or by alerting us to local bereavement support services just starting up or not on our website, please contact us. Thank you.