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2022 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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2022 Northwest Conference On Childhood Grief

In response to a call from local providers of children’s grief support, Safe Crossings Foundation presented the 8th 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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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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PSESD School Counselor Training

Supporting Grieving Youth: An Introduction for School Counselors The opportunity to support grieving youth can feel overwhelming and intimidating, particularly without adequate training. This introductory session is designed to help

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Community Resources

As our community is faced with an undoubtedly difficult time, Safe Crossings Foundation wants you to know that we are here for you. The outbreak of COVID-19 has brought much

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2020 Annual Luncheon

Safe Crossings Foundation’s Annual Luncheon to benefit local grieving children will be held on October 27th, 2020.​

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Caitlin’s Story

As this year comes to a close, I want to share a powerful story with you. A story of a brave young woman who, through grief counseling and camp adventures,

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2020 Conference

In response to a call from local providers of children’s grief support, Safe Crossings Foundation (SCF) presented the 6th Annual Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief. As the leader in funding

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Call for Speakers

2020 NW Conference on Childhood GriefDue Friday, November 15, 2019 In response to a call from local providers of children’s grief support, Safe Crossings Foundation (SCF) will be presenting the

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Annual Luncheon

Safe Crossings Foundation’s Annual Luncheon to benefit local grieving children will be held on October 27th, 2020.When:Thursday, October 27th, 202012:00-1:00pm Program Where:Now a virtual experience! Registration information will be available

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Children

The Power of Grief Support Animals

The Power of Grief Support Animals Posted January 24, 2019 by safecrossingsfoundation I remember when my own therapy-dog-in-training, Rosie, seemed to know instinctively what to do when at the bedside of my dying

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Leaving a Legacy

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,

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A Mixing Bowl of Grief

For the past 30 years, supporters like you have helped Safe Crossings Foundation provide kids with opportunities to express their grief in safe and constructive environments. Grief support opportunities funded

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Healing Broken Hearts

Six years ago, when Julie and Bryan Roos’ son Jackson died unexpectedly, their world was shattered. As they gathered their three younger children close, Julie and Bryan wondered how they

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