Looking to create an online memorial?

Online Memorial from Coworkers, Family, & Friends

Collaborate to create a unique, online memorial. Add memories, photos, or videos; invite others to contribute; visit online anytime or print it out.

Create an Online Memorial
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Steps to Creating an Online Memorial

Step 1

Create an Online Memorial

Begin a Memorial Board in honor of a loved one. Attach messages, photos, and videos to the online memorial.
Step 2

Share With Others

Invite family & friends to add their contributions.
Step 3

Display The Memorial

Access the board online or print it as a book of remembrance.
Create an Online Memorial

Memorial Sample

Dylan's father passed away recently. Dylan created him an online memorial, added cherished memories, several photos, and a video; then invited family and friends from around the country to contribute. Dylan printed the board for display at the funeral.

Preview Board
Sample virtual card post
Sample virtual card post
Example kudos

Kudoboard as a Slideshow and Book

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Play as a Slideshow

You can also play an online slideshow of the virtual group card - perfect for displaying at an in person event.

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Print your Kudoboard

Print your Kudoboard group card as a beautiful, hard-bound book or poster — we can ship in the U.S. or internationally.

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Online Memorial Pricing

Celebrate the life of a loved one.

Product icon Mini Memorial
Free
Perfect for a smaller board with limited contributions, or to test the system.
Features:
Up to 10 posts
Exportable content
Personalized URL
Embeddable Slideshow
Multiple admins
Proactive Moderation
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Product icon Full Memorial
$99
One-Time Charge
Celebrate the life of a colleague, family member, or friend who has passed away.
All Mini Memorial Features +:
Unlimited posts
Add or record video posts

Our family used Kudoboard's online memorial to create an enormous 4 foot x 6 foot printed poster honoring my mom. Seeing all the photos and memories that everyone added, even though we were not in the same place before the funeral, was so special.

Denise R.,
Connecticut