We are so pleased to welcome Ethan Kramer of Scotch Plains to the Board of Trustees at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss in Mountainside.
We are so pleased to announce Morgan Toriello of Westfield has joined the Board of Trustees at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss in Mountainside.
Executive Director Mary Robinson says, “The most important thing a grieving child needs is the active presence of at least one, preferably more, caring, healthy, and functional adults in their lives who understands that when a child has a loss they need support.” This program will teach you how to be that presence in the life of a grieving child or youth.
Working with Imagine, Family Promise developed Living with Loss, Healing from Homelessness, a curriculum to equip children, teen, and adult Family Promise guests, volunteers, Affiliate staff, and community members with the skills they need to process the loss associated with homelessness and to support those who are grieving.
CNN Top Ten Hero Mary Robinson will receive a $10,000 cash donation from CNN and a $50,000 donation from Subaru for her organization and personalized leadership training from the Annenberg Foundation to advance the work of Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss.
Following a nation-wide request for nominations from child bereavement field professionals and an election by the membership of the organization, the National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) announced that its membership and Board of Directors has elected Cristina M. Chipriano, Mary Robinson, and Brennan Wood as members of the Board of Directors for the National Alliance for Grieving Children.
Imagine gratefully received a grant from The Allergan Foundation in support of the expansion of our free year-round grief support programs for children and families coping with loss due to death or illness.
Join Imagine Newark and Newark Yoga Movement on Saturday, December 7 for a free introductory yoga class.
Children, teens and adults will experience different losses in life: divorce, moving, friendships ending, sports injuries or the death of a friend or family member. People of all ages can learn how to cope with loss if given the right support and education.
Thank you to our newest class of youth who attended our full-day Teen Facilitator Training on Sunday, September 8th.