Get Involved

There are so many ways to lend a helping hand! Your support and contributions enable Good Grief to achieve our mission.

  • Volunteer

    There are several ways to volunteer with Good Grief. Among our several projects, you can also volunteer at most of our events.
    Bear Making Ladies crochets stuffed bears and other animals by hand.
    Meals That Heal are prepared by chefs, cooks, and bakers for grieving families or to provide our workshop participants a meal before their events.
    We Care Child Providers help care for the children of community members so they can attend workshops with peace of mind.
    Hope Supporters are essentially other families who offer friendship, support, and share coping strategies.

    Event Volunteers help prepare on-site before and after events. 
    If any of these projects sound interesting to you, we'd love to have your help!

  • Donate

    Whether in honor of a loved one, to give back in appreciation of the bereavement experience, or simply to champion the Good Grief Project of Cape Cod philosophy – your support validates the compassionate care that our program brings to our shared human experience. 
    No matter our age, each of us is touched by the realities of serious illness, death, and tragedy during our lifetime. Our children experience these realities just by living day to day. The Good Grief Project of Cape Cod adds hope for healing constructively to each day. 
    For a breakdown on how your donations are spent, contact .gro.docepacfeirgdoog%40yma

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  • Sponsor

    As a sponsor, you have the opportunity to reach a large audience of educational, medical and social service program professionals as well as public attendees for a minimum of a year, through logos on flyers, programs, websites and social media. You'll also reach the many bereaving families on Cape Cod through sponsor logos on flyers, programs, websites and social media. Sponsors can also showcase their organization's products and services with a direct link on our website or in person opportunities at our workshops

    By becoming a sponsor, you'll demonstrate your organization’s important contributions to the field of bereavement, and help to improve awareness for the grief process. Your may also see a boost in employee morale and company pride.

    Become a Sponsor