We provide a county-wide support service for grieving children following the death of a parent, sibling, other family member or close friend. This service includes, family visits, individual support sessions, memory days, social groups for teenagers, parents support groups and other family days. All of this is provided free-of-charge and continues for as long as it is needed.
We also offer professional training and a wide range of valuable publications for teachers, health and social care workers and leaders of faith groups. We receive only minimal statutory funding and our ability to continue our work depends overwhelmingly on public support and goodwill.
By actively helping us you will be making a real difference to the lives of over 400 children and families across Cornwall each year !
How Can You Help Us?
There are lots of different ways you can help – and however you choose to support us, expert help and guidance is always available. Here are some ideas…
Donations are our lifeblood. They help us to keep on providing all our services. Just click here. and you’ll be taken straight to our donations page at JustGiving. It’s quick and easy and, if you’re a UK taxpayer, the Inland Revenue can boost the value of your donation by 28p for every pound you give ! Make a Donation.
Support us within your local community
We are always pleased to find people who are happy to represent us within their community and make sure that our name and work is known locally. Through engaging with other community groups and representing us at local events with a sales stall or display you can make a real difference. You may be able to organise ongoing fundraising events for us in your area.
Expert help, support and guidance is always available; contact us on 01209 210624, we will be delighted to chat with you and fill you in on all the details.
You can help by leaving us a Legacy or Bequest in your will
It’s easy to leave us a Legacy – and your promise can help us keep our promise – to always be there for bereaved children and their families. And remember, leaving a legacy to charity can result in your loved ones paying less Inheritance Tax !