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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.


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

Celebrating 30 Years with WARM Place Friends

By Brooke Bailey | August 30, 2019

On Saturday, August 24th we celebrated The WARM Place’s 30th anniversary with a big Birthday Bash in the backyard! Both old and new friends of The WARM Place came to celebrate. The party got started at 10:00 am with plenty of activities. The yard was filled with games, face painting, hair painting, and balloon animals.…

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The Power of Sharing – National Grief Awareness Day

By Kim Garrett | August 30, 2019

On this National Grief Awareness Day, we are reminded that we rarely know the struggles of those we encounter throughout our day. We don’t know what challenges their stories hold. Here at The WARM Place, we believe that telling your story is an important step toward healing on your grief journey. For children or adults,…

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As a Nation Mourns Through Tragedy, How Do We Connect With Our Children?

By Jade Wentz | August 15, 2019

Sometimes there are things that happen in this world that affect us more personally that we could have ever imagined. National tragedies such as mass shootings leave families altered, broken, and changed that can leave us feeling unsafe. These events can even impact our own grief journeys with additional feelings to process. Some may question:…

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