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Individual Funding Levels
Champion - $10,000.00
Caregiver - $5,000.00
Companion - $1,000.00
Partner - $500.00
Friend - $100.00
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How Your Support Helps
NAGC is in the early phases of developing an ongoing, sustainable national awareness initiative. With your support of this initiative, we hope to launch an awareness campaign in 2015 to increase awareness of how to be supportive to bereaved children and teenagers, provide access to online resources regarding childhood bereavement, and help families find bereavement support locally. Learn more HERE.
Professional Education and Connection
Our annual Symposium this past year in Atlanta, GA was well attended by nearly 300 professionals and volunteers from across the United States and Canada gathering to share ideas, build lasting relationships, and learn new ways to continue to support bereaved children and teenagers. In addition, we provided monthly webinars to hundreds of online viewers, including a free webinar on talking to kids about death that brought in over 500 participants, including teachers, counselors, social workers, healthcare workers and chaplains from across the United States. Learn more about Symposium HERE. Learn more about Online Learning HERE.
This year the grief reach program partnership with New York Life Foundation awarded $1.2 million in grants to 48 children's bereavement support programs across the United States. 20 of these grants provided agencies with funds to expand their capacity by supporting board development, staff development, technology enhancement, and strategic planning. 28 grants were awarded to organizations to expand existing services to children and teenagers not currently being served. Learn more HERE.
The NAGC convened a committee of representatives from across the childhood bereavement support field in 2013 to write and recommend national standards of practice for the childhood bereavement field. After months of writing, editing, and gathering NAGC member feedback, the committee presented a final version of the standards to the NAGC board of directors this past Spring. The NAGC board adopted these as standards, which are now being adopted by organizations throughout the childhood bereavement field. Learn more HERE.