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“I want nothing but the best for my kids and 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.” – Parent

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The Heart to Make a Difference

Chris is an 11 year old Kate’s Club member.  His mom died in February of 2010, and he joined KC in June of 2010.  Chris went to the Georgia Aquarium with our Kate’s Club Outing on Saturday.  Chris clearly knows his marine biology and ocean ecology.  He knows about beluga whales and whale sharks and…

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Supporting Children Through Grief

On Saturday, June 2nd, the AJC published an article by family psychologist John Rosemond in response to a concerned mother’s inquiry about how to support her 11 year old son grieving the death of his father.   Kate’s Club feels it is extremely important to offer a public response to the mom who drafted the…

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In anticipation of Mother's Day

Love.  Appreciation.  Remembering. In honor of mom, and all moms. My mom is 84 years old, and is a grieving child.  My maternal grandmother died at age 38.   When she was just 18, my mom stood in her nursing student’s cap and uniform and held her mom’s hand as she took her last breath.  She…

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Remembering: National Crime Victims' Rights Week

April 22-28, 2012 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week.  Kate’s Club participated in an opening reception to observe this important advocacy initiative at the Restorative Justice Center on Monday.  Atlanta Victim Assistance, Inc. sponsored the event during which several local leaders presented on this year’s slogan:  “Extending the Vision, Reaching Every Victim.”   The presenting…

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