Importance of Crowdfunding 


Four in ten Americans can’t afford an unexpected expense of $400, per CNN Money. This is an alarming statistic since most unexpected expenses cost more than this amount.


For example, when a family’s loved one dies unexpectedly, they may not have the funds for the funeral. They look to Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center for alternative funeral payment solutions. And we offer several options including crowdfunding.


Funeral crowdfunding can help families plan the funeral that their loved one deserves. Instead of worrying about the cost, they can create a service that truly reflects who their loved one was. Plus, funeral crowdfunding can be used for more than just funeral expenses, such as a memorial fund, children’s college funds, medical expenses, and bills.


Crowdfunding gives our community members a thoughtful way to help the grieving family and honor their loved one. It brings our community together in a time of need and shows the grieving family that their community supports them.


Offering crowdfunding also makes Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center stand out in our community. We are able to serve more families who can’t afford to pay the funeral expenses up front. 


Why Just Any Crowdfunding Service Won’t Work

                                                                      Crowdfunding Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center

However, you should be careful when using crowdfunding services. It’s best to avoid using third-party sites because the donations do not always go to the specified cause and they charge larger fees leaving less of the donations for the family in need.


That’s why Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center offers crowdfunding directly on our website, which we can set up and maintain for the families we serve. This way, you remain in control of the funds raised, and families have a convenient and easy way to donate with confidence. 


For more information go to our website or call 399-2811

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