Good Grief announced today it has received a one-time $5,000 grant from the Morristown Rotary Club to purchase COVID-19 supplies and sanitization stations for its Morristown Family Support Center.
“We are grateful to the Morristown Rotary Club for this generous grant to help us ensure the safety of children, families, volunteers and staff participating in grief support programs at our Morristown center,” said Good Grief CEO Joe Primo. “This donation enhances the stringent social distancing and health and hygiene practices we have put in place to create the safest environment possible for our Good Grief community.”
Good Grief’s nationally respected Nights of Support program has provided innovative and free services to children and families since 2007. The organization’s peer support model serves children ages 3-17, young adults ages 18-30, and parents/guardians following the death of a parent, primary caregiver, or sibling.
About Good Grief
Good Grief is a respected national leader in delivering grief and resilience building programs and services to children, families, and schools. It is the leading provider of these services in New Jersey serving more than 160 communities across the state. A registered 501(c) (3) tax-exempt non-profit organization, Good Grief’s mission is to build resilience in children, strengthen families, and empower communities to grow from loss and adversity. For more information, please visit our web site www.good-grief.org
About Morristown Rotary Club
Morristown Rotary is volunteer-based organization that serves the community and is part of Rotary International. Rotarians believe that improving people’s lives leads to a better and more peaceful world. In conjunction with Rotary International, the Morristown Rotary Club participates in and supports service projects addressing critical issues including the elimination are poverty, disease, hunger, illiteracy, and pollution. Learn more about Morristown Rotary Club.
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