Consolidated Funeral Services announced in a news release a partnership with Aftercare.com, offering its funeral homes an effortless aftercare program. Funeral homes know they need to keep in touch with their families after the services are over, but often find it difficult and time-consuming. While serving at-need families and running day to day operations, many funeral directors simply don’t have the time.
Aftercare.com offers their popular Aftercare Card Program which sends out four cards and a survey to the family during the first year following their loss. The cards are personalized for the funeral home with their logo, signature and custom message, and sent out automatically by Aftercare.com. The family receives a sympathy card, a card on the birthday of their loved one, a holiday card and finally, a card marking the anniversary of the loss. The family also receives a follow up survey which provides the funeral home with important feedback as well as preneed leads.
Funeral homes can now quickly and easily enroll families in the program directly from their CFS website for only $20 per family with no contracts or commitments.
Directors Advantage, a technology and marketing partner to funeral homes, launched Aftercare.com after witnessing how difficult it was for funeral homes to keep up with aftercare. Aftercare.com is solely focused on helping funeral homes stay in touch with their families and continuing those relationships.
Founded in 2008 and The Official Technology Partner of Dodge since 2009, CFS pioneered fully-integrated e-commerce within funeral home websites. Serving over 3,600 funeral homes, they continue to lead by building and maintaining custom websites with 24/7 support — all for zero cost. CFS does this by working directly with local florists, providing revenue for the funeral home by eliminating the need for wire services. CFS has a long history of strong partnerships, continuously adding technology to their sites from premiere service providers such as Tukios, ASD, Messenger, Passare, and now, Aftercare.com.
Both companies are excited to bring this unique offering to busy funeral homes, allowing them to serve their families during a time of need and continuing to remember them on difficult days.
Posted May 30, 2017