PHOTO CAPTION: CHILDREN'S BEREAVEMENT CENTER RECEIVES A $100,000 GRIEF REACH GRANT FROM THE NEW YORK LIFE FOUNDATION
MIAMI – (July, 27, 2017) — The Children’s Bereavement Center today announced a $100,000 Grief Reach grant from the New York Life Foundation, which will enable the organization to provide free bereavement peer support groups and community education within the Palm Beach County area. The New York Life Foundation created the Grief Reach program to help providers overcome barriers to bringing grief support services to youth not served by existing bereavement programs. One hundred and ninety-five Grief Reach grants totaling nearly $6 million have been awarded since the program’s inception in 2011. The New York Life Foundation has been one of the leading funders of the childhood bereavement field, investing more than $30 million to date in support of grieving children and their families.
Pictured: Managing Partner, Rick Madam, Associate Partner, Courtney Townsend, and New York Life agent, Peter Busse of New York Life’s South Florida General Office presents a $100,000 Grief Reach grant check to Claude Grubair of the Children’s Bereavement Center (CBC) in support of its free peer support groups and community education within Palm Beach County program which provides free bereavement peer support to families who have a faced the loss of a loved one.
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