Join us on Wednesday, July 11, for the second annual
Midsummer Night's Soiree Benefit Concert at Vinegar Hill
Music Theatre in Arundel. Featuring the Don Campbell Band,
this beautiful evening of music, conversation, and community
will begin at 6pm with a reception.
Please click here to purchase your tickets today.
Our program evaluation demonstrates a significant increase in protective factors for children and families that help to increase their resiliency in the face of grief and loss – feeling an increased sense of belonging, hopefulness, and family support.
What does this mean?
Before age 16, 1 in 4 children will experience an adverse childhood experience.
When families arrive at the Center they are in one of the most difficult places imaginable. They have suffered the adverse childhood experience of death, are stressed with uncertainty about the future, and feel alone and in pain. The Center gives them a place to share their grief and to find a way through it.
The magic of the Center is in the relationships, which children and families create with each other and their facilitators, and in you, as your support allows us to serve children and families for as long as needed at no cost to them. Thank you!
*If you would like to make a gift of stock, please contact Kristina Powell at email@example.com or 207.775.5216.
To protect something highly unusual in today's world: Free service, without time limits.
$2500 pays for service for a family for a year
$1000 pays for service for a child for a year
$500 allows us to support a school's grief crisis
$250 provides training for a peer-group facilitator
$100 supports an initial meeting with a family
$50 pays for transporting students in our Intercultural Peer Support Program
$25 provides one evening of grief support for a child
Questions? Call (207) 775-5216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.