September 2016

Happy Campers in 2016

This summer Camp Erin King County hosted two totally full camps! Sixty kids and sixty teens received the gift of support and fun with other youth who’ve experienced similar loss. Your donation dollars did that. Camp Erin staff and volunteers shepherd kids through grief support activities to honor and help process their loss. They also emphasize… Read more »

Save the Date // 2017 Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief

Safe Crossings Foundation will be holding a one-day symposium on Friday, February 26th, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Educating grief support providers is a passion for SCF. At the conference this year, we’ll be doing a deep dive into traumatic grief. We have experts in suicide, mass shootings and natural disaster types of loss coming to educate grief… Read more »

Ready to Serve

We’ve got a new member in the Safe Crossings Foundation family! Please join us in welcoming Clare Miller, our new Communications and Development Associate. After first volunteering with SCF, Clare knew she had a heart for the cause and jumped at the chance to dedicate herself to the important work of helping grieving children rediscover… Read more »

Crossing to College

Camper Brittany Frisk Gets College Assistance from Donor Families There’s no doubt about it. Brittany Frisk’s dad would be awfully proud of her. This fall, nearly 18 years after his death, she packed up her hopes, dreams—and her sunscreen—and headed off to Northern Arizona University to begin her studies in chemistry with a concentration in… Read more »

KEXP’s John Richards to Interview SCF’s President On Air October 12th, 8 am

John Richards, known to his fans as “John in Morning” on 90.3 KEXP Seattle, will be interviewing our own Colleen Robertson, President of the Safe Crossings Foundation Board and daughter of Founder Teresa Bigelow, on Wednesday, October 12th at 8:00 am! Colleen recently took the helm at SCF by assuming the Board President role, a… Read more »