Dedicated to helping grieving children

Safe Crossings Foundation is a leader in funding services that help grieving children throughout the Puget Sound region. Our vision is that all grieving children receive the emotional support they need to heal and thrive after the loss of a loved one.

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News And Events

Learning to Communicate Grief: Alex and Corey’s Story

“I’ll build a memory every day.” That was Corey’s plan when she and her 10-year-old nephew, Alex, learned that Alex’s terminally ill mother, Heather, was coming home from the hospital. Heather’s family was glad to have her home, especially because they couldn’t visit her often in the hospital because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But their time together was short. “I thought we had six months, but we didn’t. She was only with us—with her son—for two days.”

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Our Impact

Dan Scanlon, Director Onward

It’s important to do something you believe in and something that you want to explore about yourself, because chances are if you have these emotions and questions and fears other people do too. Watch the video.

Caroline Wright, Author

Caroline Wright, children’s book author and mother of two little boys, was diagnosed with the most aggressive brain cancer, a glioblastoma, and given a year to live. During that year, Caroline spent all her time working on her legacy, focusing on writing stories to leave for her two boys. Everlasting Creature is one of these books. Watch the video.

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