It's okay to grieve, Kate's Club is here to help.

June 2003

Founded with six children coming together in a bowling alley after similar experiences with grief

6,000 +

Impacted children and families since the first program in 2003


Active Buddy Volunteers and even more support group, corporate, and meal volunteers.


Kate’s Club empowers children and teens, their families, and young adults facing life after the death of a parent, sibling, caregiver or someone important to them.


A world in which it’s okay to grieve.

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Grieving children and their families can find comfort in social and therapeutic programming along

with other children and families in similar situations.

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" I want nothing but the best for my kids. I realized that I can't protect them from all hurt, but at Kate's Club they can express their hurt and sorrow and be comforted by a devoted loving place where it's okay to cry or miss their loved one. "


" I was 6 years old when my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Six years old and the only thing I knew about cancer what that it started with a 'k'. "


" Everyone you meet understands what you're going through without speaking a single word. Thank you Kate's Club "


" My involvement with a bereavement camp led me to discover spiritual healing by brining me comfort amongst others who had experienced loss. I was able to feel and see the benefit of brining peers together that shared this experience. I became aware of the vital element of support that I did not have as a child, and the need to bring it to children during the most influential time in their young life."