"Just let down your guard. Give yourself permission to just talk about your grief."

— Amanda


Memorialize A Loved One

I will remember you.

"When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure."

— Unknown

Why Make a Memorial?

Love is at the heart of grief, and love is also at the heart of remembering. Although our pain is often great at the time of death, our hearts work to soothe us by drawing out fond memories we hold of the person we love. A memorial helps us honour that love and hold it up to the light for all to see, reminding us that although the person is no longer physically with us, their love is still felt in this world.

How to Make a Memorial?

  • Please use our contact form to submit your photo and brief memorial message. The form includes options to upload common photo formats and your message.
  • Words over 100 will be listed as “read more”.
  • Contact Grief Stories with any questions or comments.


  1. There is no cost to post a memorial, or for any of the resources on Grief Stories website.
  2. Memorials must be under 300 words, may include one photo, and must be approved by the Grief Stories Executive before being published.
  3. Memorials will be posted for six months from the date of approval and publishing on the Grief Stories website (they may be renewed upon written request).