SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Remembered.com - the online memorial website - is honoring World AIDS Day by offering free online memorials on behalf of any victim of AIDS or complications from HIV. The social networking service is also free for all family and friends to use to share the life and legacy of those who have been lost.
Remembered.com allows anyone with a computer to easily create an online memorial and send to their friends, family, and co-workers via email or Facebook. Those notified can inform others, offer condolences, or make donations to the charity of the departed. Traditionally, newspaper obituaries, emails, and phone calls would be the primary means of communication. Remembered.com offers loved ones around the world faster and more dynamic interaction.
Remembered.com was among the first to incorporate social networking into coping with the loss of a loved one, helping those left behind to surround themselves virtually with others who can exchange fond memories. A dedicated URL (e.g. http://johndoe.remembered.com) is created that is easy to share with others. An online photo share allows registered users to contribute photos, comments, and condolences with each other from every corner of the world.
"Truly a person's legacy is best defined by those they shared their life with," said Andrew Jorgensen, President. "We feel this is a great way to bring awareness to people and show respect for those whom we've lost in this long and tragic battle."
The offer is good for any memorial created between December 1st and December 31st, 2010 and is validated by using a coupon code at checkout: PREVENTAIDS10
To create a memorial, visit http://bit.ly/eV9ATV
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