Grief Relief to The Children
Of Oklahoma City
When COVID-19 cast its shadow over the United States, we shipped Grief Donations to 18 inner-city schools in Oklahoma City. In coordination with teachers and school counselors the books were distributed to students in need.
Our donations have helped children begin to understand their grief and confusion by offering them a context and language to process their difficult emotions. Emily Kloeppel, a teacher at Windsor Hills Elementary School, Oklahoma City, expressed it so beautifully:
Oklahoma is the 9th poorest state and has the #1 ACE score in the country. The school professionals have next to no budget to help their grieving students.
"In a school where trauma is abundant, and teachers and counselors are doing everything they can to help, the hope these Grief Heroes donations bring can't be overstated. These donations are helping hundreds of students and families in Oklahoma City."
Emily Kloeppel is a part of our Executive Advisory Board.
Emily Kloeppel, along with other passionate collages, have worked tirelessly to distribute the Grief Heroes Donations to the teachers & school counselors from their school district.
The response from families are overwhelming and we are starting to see results of our effort.
These self-help tools are not only helping the children but also parents and in some cases grandparents.
Our vision is to have Grief Heroes on the curriculum in Elementary Schools nationwide. Investing in children's mental wellbeing and teaching them about grief and how to cope with difficult emotions is the greatest gift we can give them.
Our inexpensive grief books are easy to tailor to different school counties’ programs and curricula.
Partnering with us has many benefits:
You get access to unique and inexpensive grief tools and save time for development
White Label: We add your company logo to grief books and materials and create a webpage with access to all the tools under your brand