Mahalo to our Volunteers!

On Saturday, April 6th, we hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Luau at The WARM Place in honor of our amazing volunteers. April is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and our luau was the perfect way to kick off a month full of saying ‘mahalo’! The rain didn’t put a damper on our island oasis, as trained hula dancers…

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Does Grief Get Easier as We Age from Childhood?

Did you know that in addition to the eight evening support groups The WARM Place offers for Kindergarten through 12th grade children, we also offer a unique group aimed for ages 19-25 years old who are grieving the death of a loved one?  This special program for young adults meets three times a year in…

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Donor Spotlight – Christy Livingstone

Meet Christy Livingstone – as a donor and former volunteer, she has dedicated over 15 years of love and support to our grief support program! She started volunteering in 2002 as one of our group facilitators, and after a move to Chicago, she and her husband are back in Texas and are some of our…

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Meet Bryce

Meet Bryce! He is a graduate of Tarelton State University and holds a B.A. in Communication. He now joins us this spring as our Events and PR Intern. Hi, my name is Bryce, and I’m the newest intern here at The WARM Place. I’ll be focusing mainly on events and public relations, where I will…

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Taking Time for Self-Care

We often hear how important it is to take care of ourselves, especially after the death of a loved one. It may even feel that everyone you encounter continues to remind you to just breathe, get some rest, lay off the caffeine, or gives you their best self-care tip. The truth is we don’t always…

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Springing into Action with New Volunteers

The WARM Place Spring Facilitator Training has just come to an end, and we were lucky to welcome 20 new volunteers into our WARM Place family! We are fortunate to have volunteers from all walks of life come together with a common purpose – to help grieving families. Each of our volunteers brings their own…

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R2RT 2019 Highlights

On March 2nd, we held our 3rd annual Race 2 Remember Them, benefiting children and families attending The WARM Place. The race was held at Acme Brick Co. along the beautiful Trinity Trails, where racers signed up to take on the 1 Mile, 5K, or 10K. We are excited to announce that with the help…

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When Valentine’s Day is not all “Hearts & Chocolate”

It is hard to avoid the fact that Valentine’s Day is here. You’ve been seeing heart shaped boxes and commercials for jewelry now for weeks. But as with many holidays and special moments throughout the year, grief can color these once-joyful traditions. If you are struggling with how to celebrate the holiday this year, here…

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How to Make Resolutions When You’re Grieving

The start of a new year signifies the beginning of goal setting and how to achieve “the new you.” For the grieving heart, setting goals and meeting those New Year’s resolutions may seem discouraging or nearly impossible. Even day-to-day tasks may seem even more daunting when grieving. Some people have to set many goals to…

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