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For 30 years, The WARM Place has provided grief support for children ages 3 ½ - 18 and their families as well as young adults 19 - 25 who have experienced the death of a loved one.

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Would you consider making a donation to The WARM Place this holiday season, so that we can continue providing our critical services to the 397 children and their families who will call The WARM Place home this season?

 

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Your support can make a huge impact for grieving families.

“I would have never imagined that what started out as an agency with a handful of families would now be serving over 400 children at a time! What a wonderful legacy of hope and healing that has been created by our staff, families, volunteers, and donors. My hope for the next thirty years is that we are able to continue healing even more grieving hearts in our community and to truly make an impact in the lives of children.”

– Peggy Bohme, Cofounder of The WARM Place

Latest Posts

Preparing for the Holidays

By Jade Wentz | November 1, 2019

Holiday seasons elicit many feelings for people. Holidays may create togetherness, warmth, and gratitude; but in the eyes and hearts of a griever, holidays may create the exact opposite sensations. Grieving hearts are put under pressure by society, family, and friends to grieve in a uniformed manner that may not be the most suitable for…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Christi Thornhill, DNP, RN, CPNP-AC

By Molly Bell | November 1, 2019

Our grief support groups are primarily led by volunteers who have given their heart and time to help WARM Place families. WARM Place volunteers make a one-year minimum commitment to serve as a facilitator after their training. However, most of our volunteers continue for much longer than one year. Christi Thornhill, DNP, RN, CPNP-AC, is…

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How Should I Tell My Child?

By Gina Brown | October 24, 2019

“How should I tell my child?” is a question that we hear often regarding the death of a loved one. It is not easy to talk about death, and as adults, it overwhelms us. Imagine how hard it is for children to navigate. Many people struggle with talking about death, even though it is an…

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