Meaningful Gift Ideas For Someone Who Has Recently Lost Someone

By: Danny Amoruccio
Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Witnessing a loved one's sadness can be debilitating and despairing. When nothing can be done to make the agony go away, it can be challenging to know just what to say or do. When you don't live nearby or can't be with a loved one in person, it can be much harder to support them through their loss or come up with meaningful gift ideas.

Some Meaningful Gift Ideas

However, here at Willowbrook Cemetery, we think it's essential to express that you remember a loved one even if you don't physically live close by. Here are a few meaningful gift ideas for a grieving individual:

1. Nourishing Food Basket

Suppose you intend to provide a food basket to a bereaved individual or family. Send something that has fruit or other healthful items. According to her, "grievers typically get overloaded with baskets of sweets like cake, cookies, and chocolates that frequently end up being given away due to the surplus." Additionally, individuals don't usually eat well following a death. Sending a package of nutritious, pre-made meals or simply a bunch of fresh fruit can make it simpler for your beloved one to consume. For parents with little children, keeping some sweets in the house might be a lovely treat.

2. Beverage Cases Are Meaningful Gift Ideas

Several individuals are typically present in the bereaved family's home after a death. Although it might not appear to be much of a gift, a case of drinks like soda or water may be pretty handy in ensuring each person has something to sip. Water is essential, especially during stressful times.

3. Cleaning Service Gift Certificate

Giving someone a gift ticket for a cleaning service might be quite helpful because it's difficult to even think about domestic tasks during times of loss. This gift will make your loved one's life a little simpler and convey the message that you care about them. If the individual going through the loss has young children, you can consider sending them a gift card for a babysitter. This will enable the grieving parent to have some time to themselves for a few hours or perhaps longer.

 

We at Willowbrook Cemetery can also help with other meaningful gift ideas and help you pick the ideal final resting place for the departed soul at our serene cemetery. Don't hesitate to contact us via the form or number on this page.

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