I am raising money to support the Center for Grief and Creative Healing - an idea that is now a growing community focused on supporting the belief that Grief is Universal & Healing should be accessible to everyone.
Welcome to our community of hope, healing, advocacy, education and support for all things GRIEF.
Grief is universal and we believe that healing, resources and support should be accessible to anyone. Unfortunately, grief education and support options are extremely limited and also, not a realistic option financially for many people who are struggling.
While we are a society that actively struggles with life losses of all kinds (illness, divorce, death, dying, job losses, etc.) and a seemingly never ending global pandemic, the availability of grief literacy, education and coping skills and techniques are hard to find and more often still, not an affordable option for so many.
These issues and this social climate are what prompted the beginning of our cause: Grief and Creative Healing.
Your donation will help to support a variety of programs and workshops as well as one-on-one, family and group sessions for anyone who is experiencing grief and loss. Our creative healing modalities are centered in mindfulness practices and foster collective sharing and healing in a safe and supportive space.
We offer caring, judgement free & safe spaces for healing and growing through a variety of life losses and challenges. We journey alongside our participants to encourage, empower and help identify each person's unique way forward - all the while building healthy coping skills with a strong emphasis on self-care practices and recognizing that "there is no right or wrong way to grieve, heal & create".
Our new center, located at 1020 Carrington Place, Suite 15 in Charlottesville VA 22901 serves our local community and we also provide virtual support and workshops for those at a distance. We offer all of our services and resources to our clients at no cost to them and we rely on community and grant funding to serve our mission.
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The average share raises $97.