Free Funeral PowerPoint Template

Free funeral PowerPoint template is used to send out invitations to a funeral. Send an invitation to the funeral of a colleague, family member, or a dear friend through free funeral PowerPoint template. Death of a loved one is among the saddest events in life. While most are in shock, there is no effective way to heal those wounds then by collectively moaning the loss. This can be done by notifying everyone within due time by sending out a mass email or message. Attach a free PowerPoint background to not only give an authoritative look to the invitation, but also choose the text and background to seem appropriate to the event. There a number of family related templates available on FPPT, such as free family Social Sciences PowerPoint background, and Family Powerpoint Templates.

A funeral is a pause in daily routines to mourn the death of someone close to your heart. It gives an opportunity to friends and close relatives to come together and remember the memories they shared with the deceased. While some people avoid being a part of the funeral, as they do not have to take part in planning or they do not have any aim to participate, everyone is invited to come. Use the funeral PowerPoint template to share your love with the family of the deceased, and help them through the process of grief.

The title page of the funeral template depicts flowers that are a part of any funeral service. Appropriate backgrounds are chosen, while keeping in mind the emotional state of most people who receive the email, following the death.

Free funeral PowerPoint template is compatible with the current, as well as previous versions of Microsoft PowerPoint.

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Download 2928_funeral_ppt.zip

4 comments on “Funeral PowerPoint Template

  1. I want to do a funeral arrangement in Powerpoint for a class project but I have never used it before and just wanted to get an idea on what to do.

  2. Hi Kathy, you can use the free funeral template for PowerPoint to make the presentation for your class. It can be edited in Microsoft PowerPoint but you can also import it in Google Slides if you wish.

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