All of the leaflets we develop are free to view, download and print. If your charity or not for profit organisation would like support developing information feel free to contact us directly.
Sorting out your Digital Assets and Digital Legacy Leaflet
It is important that members of the general public have thought about their digital assets in relation to end of life. In doing so conversations and planning can help ensure that peoples wishes are adhered to in both the real world and the digital world. This can also help reduce the likelihood of personal photos and videos being lost. Access to devices and online services can also help remove hurdles from administrative tasks like funeral planning.
Please find our public awareness leaflet below. It can be downloaded as a PDF, printed as an A4 and folded by your local printer. It will cost between £110-£140 to print 1000 of these public awareness leaflets at 170gsm at your local printer. Alternatively you may want to print them at home or in the hospital or hospice where you work.
To use the resource above for free in your hospice, hospital, practice or charity print the required number of copies once the leaflet has been downloaded:
- Digital Legacy Association – Sorting Out Your Digital Assets and Digital Legacy
- Digital Legacy Association – Sorting Out Your Digital Assets and Digital Legacy_GIANT FONT (for the visually impaired)
- Digital Legacy Association – Sorting Out Your Digital Assets and Digital Legacy – FRENCH
Funeral Planning Leaflet
Dying Matters and the National Association of Funeral Directors have produced ‘My Funeral Wishes’. This is a simple form which lets you create a personal funeral plan that reflects you as an individual. To document your funeral wishes simply download the leaflet, print it and keep it in a safe place.
To download, print and complete this leaflet click here
Digital Legacy Factsheet
We created a digital legacy factsheet with Dying Matters for Dying Matters Awareness Week 2017. It was created to help dispel myths around digital legacy and highlight ways in which the general public can think and plan for their digital legacy.
The factsheet can be downloaded by clicking here