grieving children

Children’s Grief Awareness Day – November 15, 2018

Even though we know 1 in 10 children will experience the death of someone close to them by age 25, there aren’t enough resources available in our region to help all of these children who will suffer loss. By highlighting the needs of grieving children and advocating for more resources, we can make a difference… Read more »

Time will tell – A Story from Camp Erin-King County 2018

Hi! My name is Marci Servizi. I’m the Development Director at Safe Crossings Foundation. Every summer, I make time to volunteer at Camp Erin-King CountyTM with teens who are going through grief. Camp is such a special place because it gives kids and teens a rare opportunity to be with other grieving kids in a… Read more »

Heart of Gold

Safe Crossings Foundation aims to be a one-stop shop for grief resources in the Seattle area. We have the incredible opportunity to work with individuals from organizations we support. Getting to interact with these passionate people is inspiring and refreshing as we see the impact they have through the support of our donors. One such… Read more »

Grieving Students: What’s Your Role as a Teacher?

As a teacher you are a very important person in children’s lives, so when you encounter a grieving student you may wonder exactly what your role should be. While there is no fool-proof method for helping a child through this difficult time, there are some things you can do to make their time at school… Read more »

A Short Documentary on Grieving

One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp chronicles a three day summer camp for children learning to cope with the death of a loved one. With the guidance of trained professionals, grieving children as young as seven years old learn that their feelings are normal, and that by talking about them they can begin… Read more »