Whiteballoon offers people funeral and bereavement support and resources, and Sarah’s story (along with Full Circle Funerals’s) was recently shared in a guest blog on the site.
In the words of Full Circle Funerals, “Sarah was invited to answer some questions for a guest blog with Whiteballoon this week.” As mentioned above, Sarah is the founder of Full Circle Funerals - which has been on the scene since 2016. She’s always believed that funerals are important, valuable occasions that should be as helpful to the living as they are truly representative of those who have passed on, as she explained to Whiteballoon.
As the funeral franchise put it, “Always keen to share information and invite gentle and important conversations, Sarah jumped at the chance to answer the questions that the team at Whiteballoon thought would be interesting to their readers.” These questions included gems like: What has shaped the way you work? Why was it important to you to apply for B-Corp status? Is demand for green funerals increasing?
You can visit Whiteballoon to discover Sarah’s full answers, but to give you a sample that perfectly represents her caring approach, Point Franchise will share her answer to this question: “Your book 'Funerals Your Way' distils your knowledge and experience into a short, step-by-step, self-help guide. Do you feel there is a shift in attitudes and that people want to be more informed and proactive in their funeral arrangements and choices?”
Sarah responded, “I think that people have always wanted to be informed and supported to create funerals which are meaningful and helpful to them. Now that we have many more means of communication, live in global communities and are better able to access information, that helped people to find what they need.”
Sarah continued, “In my experience, most people would like to better understand funerals, funeral choices and learn more about what funeral directors do. We now have more and more ways for people to access that information.” If everything you’ve learned about the way that Full Circle Funerals approaches its work has left you keen to potentially start a franchising journey, you can visit the funeral franchise’s profile page, linked above, for more information.
Lily Sweeney, Point Franchise ©