Whether you or someone you know has experienced a loss, The Compassionate Courier is the perfect gift that provides a sense of comfort and remembrance for months and years after.
Through products tailored to comfort during grief and loss, our monthly delivery aims to nourish the soul giving the feeling of genuine comfort while acknowledging the difficult times that accompany such heartbreak.
How It Works
When you sign up with the Compassionate Courier, every month you will receive a box of carefully selected products and a whole lot more. With each box shipped, we will donate a portion of the proceeds to an organization that helps support those enduring loss, listed at the top of our website.
Choose a plan
Month by month
Make an impact
With every box shipped, a portion of proceeds will be donated to an organization dedicated to helping others through grief and loss.
Receive/Give a blessing
Look forward to receiving a box full of compassion every month after loss.
Why Compassionate Courier?
We are devoted to making the journey of grief a little less lonesome as we join in navigating the unchartered waters with you. We are dedicated to bringing comfort and encouragement to your doorstep each month, serving as a loving reminder that you are remembered long after your loss. Whether it be divorce, breakup, loss of a loved one, or any challenge you are facing, it is our goal to ignite sparks of hope through your difficult time.
What's in the Box?
Hand picked and sometimes hand crafted, you will comforting gifts to soothe the soul letting you know you are not alone.
We are incredibly passionate about giving back and helping plant seeds of hope.
In addition to giving back, each box will also contain a personal message from us, Sandy and Daphne, the founders of The Compassionate Courier.
Each note of encouragement will include uplifting thoughts, quotes, tips and suggestions on navigating through the unfamiliar journey of grief.
That’s not all. Each month we will spotlight an individual who has experienced loss, their journey through grief and advice on finding hope.