Are you prepared for the next natural disaster, fire, or emergency? Find peace of mind and ease stress by preparing for the unexpected. Will And A Way is here to help!
Easily share a final video message with your loved ones within your Will And A Way account.
Preparedness impacts mental health and safety. It helps ease stress and mitigate future conflict. Learn about our corporate benefit packages today and offer your team a resource for peace of mind, mental well-being, safety, and preparedness.
Are you prepared for the next natural disaster, disability, or even death? Find peace of mind through preparedness and safety benefits at work. Talk to your HR department today about offering Will And A Way as part of your company’s plan, you will be glad you did!
Ahhhh….sweet peace of mind can be yours too. With a little time, effort and thinking, you too can get your ducks in a row. This quick and dirty guide will help you get your affairs in order, preparing you for life’s lemons that will undoubtedly be thrown your way. Hope is not a plan! We are here to help with these 7 simple steps to preparedness.
How will global warming and climate change affect you? Where are the details of your life? What is coming your way? If you haven’t yet do yourself a favor and start your subscription to www.willandaway.com.
When is the last time you actually gave your mom some peace of mind? Hope for the best but plan for the worst. Gift your mom peace of mind and help her prepare for disaster, disability, or death. She will love you for it!
Life is unpredictable. Have you been dished a lemon or two along the way? If so, you are not alone! Share your story with a community of others who can relate and empathize.
Sure, you have a will and maybe even a trust but those can be vague and don’t really cover the details of your life. Someday, you will be just a memory. Make it a good one by organizing the details of your life so that your loved one’s won’t have to.
Whether you have a goldfish, potbelly pig, snake, hamster, goldfish, cat or dog who will care for them if you aren’t able to?