Hope for grieving families
Kidzcope is a nonprofit, bereavement support center offering children, teens, and their families lifelong coping skills after the death of a loved one. Operating on a modest budget, Kidzcope has helped over 4,000 people since 2000, completely free of charge.
How Kidzcope Helps
Mending Lives is an 8 week program offering age-appropriate peer support groups for children and their caregivers. Each group uses a variety of projects to focus on learning about feelings and appropriate ways to express them, followed by finding creative ways to commemorate their loved one.
Monday Night Connect meets the third Monday of every month for those who want to explore the group options or to continue staying connected after Mending Lives. Emotional awareness and skill-building tools are similar to those offered in the 9 week group.
Tinsel and Tears is an evening to prepare families facing the holidays without their loved one.
Community Outreach Programs vary depending on the need of the group. Presentations are available for audiences of all ages, sizes and interests.
Make a Donation
Over 4,000 people, which includes close to 2,500 children, have attended Kidzcope since we opened our doors. It costs approximately $500 for a family to attend our core, 8-week Mending Lives program but we don’t charge anyone to attend. Without your ongoing support, we would be unable to provide our valuable programs.
Become a Volunteer
As a Volunteer with Kidzcope, you will inevitably touch the life of a child, an adolescent, an adult and they will undoubtedly touch yours. It is through your giving, your commitment, your thoughtful generosity that you will forever change the life of someone who entered our doors during one of the most difficult times of their lives.
Become a Sponsor
The match is set for June 09, 2018. All proceeds from the event, including your tax-deductible sponsorship, will be used to assure that local grieving children can find hope at Kidzcope. Kidzcope is a local non-profit organization which provides the opportunity for families to learn life long coping skills after the death of a loved one.