Editor’s note: this is one organization you’ll want to familiarize yourself with and remember for future reference. Read on & you’ll see what we mean, and see why we’re thrilled to introduce this awesome nonprofit to our Princeton community.
The loss of a parent or sibling has a huge impact on a family. Navigating that terrain as a parent – coping with the loss while supporting children who are trying to cope – is certainly a challenge that many of our neighbors may be face. Good Grief is here to support grieving families. Offering free groups for children, teens, and families after the death of a parent or sibling, the organization focuses on helping the entire family deal with loss in a constructive way – and has now launched a program right here, in Princeton.
Started in Morristown, NJ, Good Grief’s program attendance grew so rapidly that they have launched a satellite program in Princeton, serving the greater Princeton area & parts of Pennsylvania. Over Martin Luther King weekend, the Princeton center trained its first class of program facilitators – volunteers who included bereaved mothers, a professor, counselors, educators, advocates, and even a Good Grief mom. They’re ready to support children & families in need, and we want to help them get the word out!
Feeling inspired to volunteer? Help make a difference in the life of a grieving child by becoming a program facilitator. Here’s more information about volunteering for Good Grief: http://www.good-grief.org/for-volunteers/about-volunteering
We are thrilled to welcome Good Grief to Princeton, and we won’t hesitate to share the name with friends who may be struggling in the face of a difficult loss. Let’s get the word out to our community! As they launch their first Princeton sessions this month, they’re celebrating with a launch party at the Nassau Club. The party is not only celebrating the program’s growth, it’s meant to introduce Good Grief to our neighbors & community leaders. Interested in attending? RSVP or get more info by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.