The Rowland Brothers Foundation
Rowland Brothers is a family owned and run business and, as such, we feel very strongly about serving and supporting the community.
We also understand that grief doesn’t necessarily stop after the funeral service, and the difficulties that many people face in coming to terms with the loss of loved ones.
The Rowland Brothers Foundation charity was launched in 2015, and serves the community of Croydon by providing excellent, professional bereavement aftercare that is free of charge.
This is provided by counselling (both 1:1 and in groups; in person, by phone & online), and through our ‘Never Alone’ informal drop in initiative, where we facilitate support networks of people struggling with issues of loss and grief, and, of course, practical issues connected with a bereavement. We can also “signpost” to other charities that can help with more specialist forms of bereavement, such as loss by suicide or loss of a child.
We also provide training on all aspects of bereavement to local staff which could include; emergency service personnel, first responders, police liaison officers, nursing home staff and religious ministers, and many more.
In addition, the charity also supports the preservation of war memorials and public monuments.
The charity trustees endeavour to support other charitable organisations, in particular those connected with; the support of the terminally ill, and those suffering a bereavement.
Rowland Brothers are passionate about our community and are proud to serve in this way.