Find Me Help launches as a microsite

7 November 2014
Find Me Help, the UK's most comprehensive search tool for people in the last years of life, their carers, family and friends, has been launched as microsite.

Previously hosted as a section on the Dying Matters website, Find Me Help can now be set up as a brand-compatible microsite, designed to function as a set of pages linked to an organisation’s existing website.

Every minute someone in Britain dies, and there are hundreds of services offering support around death and dying, but finding the right one has not always been easy. Find Me Help offers a user-friendly search function to help people find local services as well as those available nationally.

Find Me Help has been funded by Macmillan Cancer Support and developed with the input of people with life-limiting conditions.

For details on how Find Me Help can benefit your local community, and your organisation, please visit the Find Me Help website, or contact Dying Matters Marketing Manager, Mary Mc Colgan (; 020 7697 1520). Prices for adding Find Me Help to external organisations' websites start at just £270 per annum.

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We want Find Me Help to include as many organisations and services as possible. You can check to see if your organisations is listed at If it isn't, you can add details quickly and easily. Not only will this help make Find Me Help as comprehensive as possible, but it will help more people to discover and benefit from the services that your organisation offers.

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