We are enormously grateful to the following organisations that have enabled and supported us as we have developed as an organisation. Their support -past and on-going- has been critical to our success to date and our work towards achieving our vision of ensuring everyone can find appropriate bereavement support whenever they need it and wherever they live.
We are also grateful to the many individuals who have supported us along the way with private donations and gifts.
Medicash is one of the oldest and most respected healthcare cash plan providers in the UK today. One of the traditions they are most proud is their commitment to charitable giving. In 2019 the Medicash Foundation donated over £660,000 across 114 different charities.
AtaLoss.org is grateful for financial support from the Foundation during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic.
Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, has helped us to pay for staff salaries at a very busy time as we respond to the needs of the bereaved during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Thanks to the Government for making this possible
The Vintners' Company, with its first Charter in 1363, is one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies of the City of London.Wool and wine were the two prominent trades of the Middle Ages. By the early 13th century the 'Mistery of Vintners' - associated with the church of St Martin in the Vintry and, to a lesser extent, St James Garlickhythe - was an organised and powerful body, dominating the wine trade in London and the rest of the country.With its trade, social, charitable and educational interests, the Company continues to play an important role in the 21st century. The tradition of charitable giving goes back to the earliest days of the Company, which has always prided itself on the willingness of members to help those less fortunate than themselves. AtaLoss is proud and grateful that The Vintner's Company has chosen to support our work with bereaved people.
WEBSITE:The Vintner's Company