The New York Life Foundation, in partnership with the National Alliance for Children’s Grief, is requesting grant proposals through the Grief Reach Program.
This grant program began in 2011 as a partnership between the National Alliance for Grieving Children and the New York Life Foundation. The goals are to:
Increase access to bereavement support services in local communities, especially diverse communities
Enhance the capacity of organizations providing bereavement support service
Expand bereavement support services to address unmet needs
Support communities dealing with grief and loss with tangible resources
The focus of the 2021/2022 Winter Grief Reach cycle is grief support in school communities.
New York Life Foundation provides the funds for these grants, and the National Alliance for Children’s Grief manages the oversight and RFP process.
Check back for more information on this cycle on November 1!
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