The Loss Project works across the UK and beyond connecting people in local communities through the universal experiences of grief, loss, death, dying or trauma.
We know that losses come in various forms; including the loss of independence, confidence, jobs, relationships and of course, of loved ones. We're on a mission to reimagine traditional services, to challenge the status quo and to provide life affirming programmes that gives people the tools and confidence to support themselves and their communities.
Through creative community programmes, training, workshops and social action The Loss Project supports organisations and communities to become more open and connected.
We're facilitators, connectors, and collaborators. We believe that a collective approach to these issues, can help to transform a better connected, and more resilient society.
Cat Duncan-Rees, who lost her father in early March, has found solace in both the general and the loss-themed Spoon Rooms. “It was helpful to join a group of people knowing that I didn’t have to pretend. I could just be...There is no pressure to talk about anything in particular. There was one loss-themed session where I don’t think I even talked about my Dad.”
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“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much”