We provide a compassionate pathway to healing for grieving children and their families, empowering the community to support them through their unique process.
When someone close to a child dies the intense and often changing emotions they experience can easily overwhelm them. We believe when provided with support and information, children and families facing a death or life-threatening illness can mobilize their own capacities to heal and that a knowledgeable, caring community is an essential aid in the process.
The Supporting Kidds Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation
We are tremendously grateful to the volunteers behind The Supporting Kidds Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation. Working together with our staff, these passionate and compassionate individuals organize and host various annual fundraising campaigns and events to secure much needed funding that ensures the vitality and sustainability of our grief and loss programs.
Please scroll down for details on their current initiative
Pathways to Grateful Hearts
a fundraiser organized by The Supporting Kidds Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation
Some children and families could use a special gift to touch their hearts as they
cope with grieving the death of a loved one.
By making a donation, at any level, we can watch together as grateful hearts spread LOVE!
How Can Your Gift Help?
provides one individual counseling session with a licensed clinician
provides supplies for one special occasion group
provides supplies for one night of a group program
provides snacks and drinks for one night of group programming
PROGRAMS & EVENTS FOR FAMILIES
Often one day workshops, these special programs expand on our services and cover a range of topics that touch the lives of bereaved families, such as Coping With the Holidays. Different workshops are available for children, teens and their families.
A knowledgeable caring community is essential to the healing process, and our social gatherings are structured to help families reclaim a sense of fun and relaxation as well as reduce the painful isolation that often accompanies loss.
more information coming soon
Mail: P.O. Box 1004 Hockessin, DE 19707 | Email: | Phone: 302-235-5544