This year’s SCF Luncheon on October 18th, launched our 30th year of service to grieving kids and families. We are enthusiastically looking toward the future as we celebrate this significant milestone in our organization’s history. The luncheon event included keynote speeches from Janette Du Monceaux of Providence Hospice of Snohomish and Ian Buckmaster, who received Safe Crossings Program services and is a Camp Erin volunteer. The Abramson and Gilligan/Burk families benefited from grief support services and shared their stories in the video below. In addition to sharing highlights from the past three decades, we also unveiled our new logo and five-year goal to double our capacity to serve grieving children in the Puget Sound region. Contributions to this event, along with those made over the next five years, will continue to fund support services such as grief counseling, educational and training programs for volunteers and counselors, and resources for children who may not have access to a counselor. Thank you to everyone who came out to support Safe Crossings Foundation at our luncheon. Your generosity helped us raise a record breaking¬† $473,000 for grieving kids and families! As we embark on our 30th year of helping grieving children, we want to take a moment to thank all of you for your support over the past three decades. Together, we have changed the course of children’s lives following the death of a loved one. Let’s continue to work together to offer grieving-youth a future with the joy, security, and possibilities that all children deserve. To learn more or get involved with Safe Crossings Foundation, contact us at
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