Gay Owned & Managed Funeral Directors
Would you like to be cared for by a gay Funeral Director in London? Rainbow Endings believe that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect and have the funeral they deserve.
Based in London we are available to conduct funerals in Kent, Sussex and surrounding areas. We are proud and privileged to serve our LGBTQ+ community.
We are a gay owned and managed funeral directors and will work with you to ensure the person who has died has the most beautiful and fitting funeral they deserve. We will be with you every step of the way to ensure that we meet your expectations.
In accordance with your wishes, we can offer a quiet meaningful funeral, or a more extravagant funeral or something in between. Religious to non-religious and traditional or non-traditional – we can help arrange a send-off to reflect the life and beliefs of the deceased.
AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK
You can reach us anytime, 24/7/365 days by calling 0208 297 4172/ 07852 211851 or email us at Rainbowendings@gmail.com
WHY CHOOSE Rainbow Endings Gay Funeral Director London?
We offer a friendly and understanding environment, and have a wealth of experience in arranging LGBTQ+ funerals.
Although there is absolutely no difference in the practicalities of losing a loved-one, there may be individual considerations you want understood for funeral arrangements.
For example, the person who has died may not have been out and open about their sexuality prior to passing away and discretion and sensitivity is paramount.
Our beliefs start with respect for everyone, from the deceased to family and friends. It is about consistency, one contact throughout, from the initial call to us, and support through the legal completion of the required paperwork, and attendance on the day of the funeral which is something we will guarantee will happen.
During this time, we want you to know that we are here for you.
We will always be available to talk and work with you to personalise the funeral in a way to celebrate the life and character of the person who has died.
We can bespoke everything in the funeral, rather than push anyone to conform to funeral traditions.