The Helene Reeder Memorial Fund for Research into Life after Death, HRF.


Announcement for grant 2019


The Helene Reeder Memorial Fund is pleased to announce the availability of grants for small and medium sized scientific research projects concerning the question of Life after Death.
Grants will be awarded in the range of EUR 500 – 5000 maximum.
The topic Research into Life after Death should constitute the main objective of the project.


Applications in English to be submitted by e-mail to the HRF, Edgar Müller,  and should include:

–  detailed description of the project, including the objectives of the project,
–  methodology,
–  cost budget,
–  timetable,
–  plans to publish the results in some scientific journals,
–  CV of the applicant,
–  how the applicant plans to report back to the HRF about progress and result,
–  any other financing than from HRF.

The target date of receiving applications is the1st of October 2019. It is the intention of the HRF to evaluate the applications and to make decision regarding the grants before the end of the year. Applicants will be notified by email after the decision and the grants will be payable immediately.

For further information, please apply to the above e-mail addresses.

Due to expected change of e-address, applications have to be sent to both addresses.

Stockholm, March 2019


The Helene Reeder Memorial Fund
for Research into Life after Death, HRF.

Edgar E. Müller

 The Helene Reeder Memorial Foundation, HRF was founded in 2005 thanks to the last will and testament of the Swedish physician Helene Reeder, for Research into Life after Death. The HRF is active within the John Björkhem Foundation, JBM, which offers grants for parapsychological research in other fields. The JBM and thus the HRF are tightly connected to the Swedish Society for Parapsychological Research, SPF.

 Edgar E. Müller

 Board secretary of the SPF and JBM