Grief Encounter: supporting bereaved children and their families

Through its work with local schools and community centres, Grief Encounter is supporting victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, and their extended families.

“We are committed to a long term involvement with the children affected by these events, and will ensure they are the priority moving forward.”

Grief Encounter ran a two-week summer camp, 31 July-11 August 2017. More information here.

“A huge thank you to everyone who has donated arts and crafts, toys and their time to help us make this project happen. We are now overwhelmed with materials, and only ask that if you would like to still help,  you can donate to our Grenfell Tower fund, so that we are able to continue to offer our much needed services throughout the summer holiday period and beyond. “

See here for more information about Grief Encounter’s work with the Grenfell community on day website.

Grief Encounter Grenfell Tower Appeal

“We have launched the Grief Encounter Grenfell Tower Appeal, directly supporting the delivery of our bereavement services to those affected. Donations of money and goods to the victims have been overwhelming, thus we only wish to offer direct services to the local schools, community centres and families, offering 1-1 counselling, workshops and more. As a free service, we have already begun our work with the teams at Grenfell, however we are aware that this will be a long term project, offering support to those involved for as long as they need it. Due to this, we ask that you would be able to donate to us, and our Grenfell Tower fund, so that we are able to continue to offer our much needed services.

You can donate to our Grenfell Tower Fund here. We need support to be able to offer our clinical team on site at local schools and community centres, holding 1-1 counselling and workshops for those affected. Thank you in advance for anything you can do to help!”

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