Community is a King family tradition
The team at Kings Funerals are dedicated to providing exceptional support to client families.
However, their commitment to the community extends far beyond their funeral services.
Kings Funerals firmly believe active involvement in the community can provide comfort and compassion in various ways.
It is not only about making financial contributions, but also about being an integral part of the organisations that make the community a great place to live.
The team at Kings Funerals is constantly seeking opportunities to positively impact the community, whether by spreading joy and happiness through Womble, the only Funeral Comfort Dog in Geelong or by supporting women in sports.
Kings Funerals generously offer their time, resources, and donations to volunteer organisations, recognising the incredible work of charities, sports organisations, and other volunteer groups is what makes the community such a wonderful place to call home.
“As a family, we are proud to have a long-standing history of serving in public office and contributing to various boards and committees,” Kings Funerals general manager Beth King said.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community that has given us so much, and we will continue to support it in every possible way.
“At Kings Funerals, we are honoured to be a part of this amazing community and remain committed to helping it thrive for years to come.
Kings Funerals is taking part in the Celebrating Seniors Festival and Positive Ageing Month in October and offering two free community events in Geelong and the Surf Coast and welcome all to attend:
Try Lawn Bowls at Geelong RSL Bowls Club. 50 Barwon Heads Road, Belmont on Wednesday, October 11, 10am-12.30pm
Surfcoast U3A information morning at TIA Building, 8-12 Price Street, Torquay, on October 17, 9.30-11.30am
For more information, head to Kingsfunerals.com.au or phone 5248 3444