This provides our community of volunteers, donors, participants, and advocates a clear look at the impact of their work and how we are expanding to reach as many youth as possible with crucial peer-support resources.
“…thousands of Highland Park and Highwood residents, along with those of neighboring communities, gathered to walk the parade route. To remember, to honor, to gather and to grieve in community.”
Families with children who are dealing with (or have dealt with) divorce are facing a myriad of concerns in how to co-parent in light of the global challenges keeping us… Continue reading Co-Parenting in the Face of a Pandemic
I’m thinking about starting a company called … “Widow Wear” or heck, I could probably call it “Grieving Garb” and include everyone. Lily took this picture this morning and said… Continue reading Rainbows Alumna Shares Her Journey
The goal of Rainbows for All Children is to help as many grieving children as possible. This month, Christopher House located in Chicago, IL has helped us further this goal by opening… Continue reading Christopher House in Chicago
Catherine Kent is a student at Loyola University Chicago and a Rainbows for All Children Contributor. Here is how Rainbows has made an impact in her life: When I was three… Continue reading Rainbows for all Children: A Life Changing Experience
Childhood is an important time in life, and many people fondly remember learning and playing as a child. While this developmental period is often positive, over 83 percent of American… Continue reading Death of a Loved One: Helping Children Cope with Grief