Help me make sure no child has to grieve alone
If you know me even a little, you probably know how much Good Grief means to me. At a time when Melody and I were devastated and disoriented by Jake's death in 2015, Good Grief was the crucial touchstone we needed to find our bearings, steady ourselves, and recover from his loss. Good Grief's work is rooted firmly in research and best practices, and the support groups we were a part of gave us both the clear message that we weren't alone. Good Grief's Nights of Support are completely free to any family that needs them for as long as they need them. Us? We stayed 4 years.
This year I am so happy to report that I've continued my work with Good Grief as part of Bordentown Regional High School's Good Grief Schools group facilitator team. Not all children can make it to Princeton or Morristown for Nights of Support, and Good Grief's school outreach program trains school staff to facilitate Good Grief programs in-house. To be able to work directly with our grieving students has been such a gift, and the difference this program makes is significant.
The money you donate will be well used to help ensure that no child in New Jersey has to grieve alone. Read on for more information:
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