Zoe Ottemiller

Community Fair: Giving Love and Guiding Grief

Saturday, June 15, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Safe Crossings Foundation Community Fair to be held at O’Dea Highschool in Seattle, Washington. Our Community Fair, led by our Youth and Young Professionals Councils, will be an opportunity to raise awareness about grief while bringing people together to hear personal stories and share their own in a safe and welcoming space.

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2024 Golf Tournament

Each year, Corporate Partners help to heal the hearts of grieving children and teens through funding various programs such as Camp Erin-King County, day camps, individual counseling sessions, in-person educational presentations to community organizations, hundreds of telephone conversations, art therapy, peer-to-peer support, and grief support groups in schools throughout the Puget Sound region.

We invite our Corporate Partners at the Gold Level and above to join us for a day of connection at our annual Golf Tournament for Corporate Partners.

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A Milestone of Healing

Christy and her two sons, Christopher and Michael, never expected to need grief support services in their lifetime. But when Christopher was just two years old and Michael was four, their 14-year old sister, Ella, died after an unexpected accident. This life-altering tragedy drove Christy to find a space where her two sons could receive the necessary support to grieve the death of their beloved sister and learn healthy coping skills.

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2024 Northwest Conference On Childhood Grief

In response to a call from local providers of children’s grief support, Safe Crossings Foundation presented the 10th Annual Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief. As the leader in funding grief support services for children in the Pacific Northwest, Safe Crossings Foundation hosted a conference that provides continuing professional development credits while building community, sharing ideas and learning together.

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2023 Golf Tournament

Each year, Corporate Partners help to heal the hearts of grieving children and teens through funding various programs such as Camp Erin-King County, day camps, individual counseling sessions, in-person educational presentations to community organizations, hundreds of telephone conversations, art therapy, peer-to-peer support, and grief support groups in schools throughout the Puget Sound region.

We invite our Corporate Partners at the Gold Level and above to join us for a day of connection at our annual Golf Tournament for Corporate Partners.

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Community Fair: Giving Love and Guiding Grief

Sunday, February 26, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. Safe Crossings Foundation Community Day at Seattle Children’s Hospital Sand Point Learning Center. Our first-ever Community Day led by our Youth and Young Professionals Councils will be an opportunity to raise awareness about grief while bringing people together to hear personal stories and share their own in a safe and welcoming space.

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Managing Grief as a Young Adult

“I’m the oldest, so after my mom died, I did the laundry and shuttled the younger kids to their sports. My dad had a long commute, so it fell on me to keep things going at home.” When Kevin was 16, his mom, Kathryn, died after battling pancreatic cancer for three years. “She was a fighter for sure. She kept the family going, a lot of family trips—even one to Hawaii. She wanted us to experience as much of life as possible.”

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2023 Northwest Conference On Childhood Grief

In response to a call from local providers of children’s grief support, Safe Crossings Foundation presented the 9th Annual Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief. As the leader in funding grief support services for children in the Pacific Northwest, Safe Crossings Foundation hosted a conference that provides continuing professional development credits while building community, sharing ideas and learning together.

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