Grief healing takes place when children interact peer-to-peer with others who have similar life experiences.
Because transportation and schedules may make it difficult to attend our onsite grief support programs, Lory's Place comes to schools, organizations and businesses.
Camp Lifetimes is a special day for grieving children. It is a time for them to meet others who have experienced the death of a loved one and to share their feelings and concerns in a beautiful, natural setting.
This is our single largest fundraising event to benefit Lory's Place and there are several ways you can help us make it a great success.
Save the date and join the more than 1,300 children and adults at our annual 5K Run, 5K Walk and Rocking Chair marathon! Our goal for 2015 is to have 1500+ participants.
The Mowiser family is a perfect example of how your gift helps grieving children and families.
Your financial and in-kind donations are always needed and appreciated at Lory's Place. Your gift will make a difference in a grieving child's life.
All the programs and services at Lory's Place are free. This is possible in large part because of our volunteers. We always can use your help!
In addition to peer support, Lory's Place offers a library of age-appropriate books and materials as well as these online grief-healing articles and activities for children, teens and adults.
When someone dies, you want to help. Yet you may feel at a loss as to what to say or what not to say to a grieving person. These articles, books and websites will help you.
In 2004, Hospice at Home established Lory's Place to offer grief healing and education to children and their families.
At Lory's Place, our bereavement professionals help your children and you work through grief with understanding and hope.
Lory's Place transforms lives. Here are encouraging words from children and adults who know the impact it can have on your life, too.