For Funeral Directors
Our goal is to ensure that the process for Death Care Industry professionals is as simple as possible.
The family's Funeral director works directly with the family to arrange for burial services if desired and will reach out to Life Forest to schedule a time and date of service.
Payment of burial plot will be collected by a Life Forest representative or the family’s funeral service provider and paid to the Life Forest up to one week prior to burial.
Life Forest will assist in any way possible, including pick up of cremated remains, storage of cremated remains until burial, as well as providing marketing information to support funeral homes in education to families about Life Forest.
Life Forest’s Charitable Mission:
Mel’s mother, Elise, lost her son David and mourned this loss until the day she died. To honor David and Elise, we donate burial plots to the Children’s Burial Assistance, our chosen charitable mission. We are proud of our partnership with Children’s Burial Assistance, a non-profit organization which provides donated burial plots throughout the United States States. Contact us and we will direct you to a simple online application form if you have a family in need who has lost a child.
Contact us and we will guide you through the next steps.
Forest Burial Course Available
Life Forest offers a 2 Credit Hour Course approved by the Office of Professional Licensure & Certification, Board of Registration of Funeral Directors & Embalmers.
The Course is entitled, “Cremation Cemetery: Forest Burial and What it Means”.
You can attend this course at your convenience here:
The fee for the class is $25 per participant and checks can be mailed to Life Forest, P.O. Box 1821, Hillsborough, NH 03244.
Your payment for the course is based on the honor system and proceeds will be used towards supporting our children's burial mission.
The course is also listed on the Board website, listed under line item 32. https://www.oplc.nh.gov/funeral/documents/2019-2021-courses-didactic-ceus.pdf.