Impermanence is a not-for profit social enterprise that undertakes innovative work around death and dying. Impermanence was started in 2012 by Jon Underwood.
Impermanence exists because of a belief that if we were more sorted about death, the world would be a much, much better place.
Impermanence has 3 projects at present:
Death Cafe - death discussion in a safe and supportive environment that has reached circa 400 people in 5 countries to date.
Dying Matters - a one-stop shop for people in the last 12 months of life to access local services, information, advice and a supportive community.
We are keen to work with you. We offer a range of services mainly but not exclusively to those in the death and dying sector. These include:
Web development - We build affordable, high quality websites large and small.
Project development and delivery - We combine insight with an ability to get things done.
Community engagement - We facilitate discussion on death and dying and train others to do this.
We are keen to develop partnerships and hear from individuals. Please do Contact Us and let us know your thoughts.
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