What’s Happening

Giving Helps Us Heal

My name is Marci, and I am not only the Development Director at SCF, but a long-time volunteer at Camp Erin-King County. As I prepare for my 10th year as a big buddy at Camp Erin, I reflect on how much I have gained by giving back. My father died when I was 12 and… Read more »

Create a Tribute Page for Your Loved One

Safe Crossings Foundation’s Tribute Pages are a perfect way for remembering a loved one and inviting your friends and family to participate in sharing and paying tribute. In addition, a Tribute Page can be set up to celebrate any special event such as a wedding, marathon or anniversary. You can then promote your Tribute within… Read more »

Death Happens to Everyone

”Death happens to everyone. It will be a hard and difficult time. But there are people there to help you, because they care. Please keep supporting Safe Crossings – it helps everyone.” ~ Riley Frisk, former Camp Erin camper Yes, death happens to everyone and the younger you are the less it makes sense. No matter… Read more »

Camp Erin: A Camp to Help Kids Through Grief

Of the many programs that the Safe Crossings Foundation helps fund and support, one of our most celebrated is Camp Erin-King County. This is an overnight weekend camp for children and teens in which they get the opportunity to feel supported as well as open about their own grief and internal struggles. With the staff… Read more »

What’s New at Safe Crossings

Hi folks, we have a bittersweet announcement: soon enough we will be hiring a new Executive Director. It is with sadness but true gratitude that we thank our current Director, Juliana, for all of her hard work and dedication. She will be deeply missed but we know that she is moving on to another chapter… Read more »

Welcome

Welcome to the Safe Crossing Foundation blog! Using this new blog space, we’ll keep you updated on the happenings at SCF, tell stories of kids and families impacted by the programs we fund, and provide some educational articles and resources regarding grieving and grief support. For those of you who are new to SCF, we… Read more »