P.O. Box 2005 Abington, MA 02351, USA
Let Us Bring Your Words To Life


How Passing Notes Came To Be...

Our Story

My name is Danielle Frank, I am the founder of Passing Notes llc. 

I happened to be cleaning my attic for what seemed like the 100th time, when I came upon a letter written to me years ago by my grandmother Minna. The handwriting on the outer envelope alone, made me well up with tears. Her beautiful handwriting, made my ordinary name, seem glamorous. 

As I began to read the words she had written to me so many years ago, I could hear her voice again in my mind. I wished, at that very moment, I could once again hear from her.

I thought how wonderful it would be, to get home, after a long day’s work, collect my daily mail and find a letter from my Nana, and listen to her words of love and encouragement again. I wished there was some way she could have left behind letters to be sent to me long after she had passed.

That’s when Passing Notes was born. 

Passing Notes LLC provides future letter delivery. 

Our company’s main vision: To give those with terminal illness, Alzheimer’s and dementia, the opportunity to leave behind letters for their loved ones to be delivered on specified dates in the future. Allowing them to give the gift of their continued presence and loving expressions after they have passed on. 

Bringing their words back to life...

Imagine if you will, coming home to find a letter from your lost loved one... Mom, Dad, Sister, or Friend. 

Hearing their words once again when you may need it the most. 

Imagine giving someone that gift. 

"Every day that goes by, knowing someone needs this service and doesn't know it exists, breaks my heart." - StacyMarie Heath VP of operations at Passing Notes llc

We hit the ground running and on June 17th, 2016 we opened Passing Notes LLC. 

We have received an overwhelmingly positive response from our clients in the Hospice and Palliative care realm, but surprisingly a large portion of our clients simply use our service to send their Christmas cards, Birthday cards etc. and see us a convenience to their busy lives.

Where We've Been...

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