When a member or loved one dies, a congregation sends its members a death notice. Without asking the survivors, they add at the end: "Click here to make a donation to the congregation in memory of the deceased".
Is this Jewishly and halachically ethical or is it akin to lawyers chasing ambulances?
(What I believe is unethical is to ASK for a donation right at the time of a death, and while announcing it, as if one were trying to benefit from someone else's demise. Obviously, there is nothing wrong (and plenty right) with a spontaneous and unsolicited donation.)