We are a proud and local charitable organization that relies heavily on the kind donations from our community. Help us help the community today.

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Every dollar you donate goes directly to providing services for grieving children, teens, and adults. Your contributions help find understanding, support, and connection in a safe, warm, and nurturing environment.

*Please email for in-kind donations.


Volunteers are at the heart of everything we do at the Centre for Grief & Healing. We know that people helping people is the best way to help each other heal. Be a part of a movement making a real difference in our community. 


Giving in memory is a touching way to celebrate the life of someone special. Remember someone today by making a donation in their name. Acknowledgment cards or emails can be sent notifying an individual of your contribution.


We rely on our funders, individuals, and foundations to support our humble Charity. 

Our programs are essential. It is because of your generosity that we are able to continue to have an enduring impact on children, teens, and adults, and to dispel the stigma of grief. We have seen a 470% increased demand for our services since 2020 and this continues to grow daily.

What our supporters made possible in 2021:

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Individual Support

In 2020, we provided 331 individuals with one-to-one peer support sessions. A total of 626 sessions were facilitated.

In 2021, we provided
1,048 individuals with one-to-one peer support sessions. A total of 1,423 sessions were facilitated. 433 new members joined us in 2021.  

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Group Support

In 2020, we provided group support to 434 group participants.

In 2021, we provided
190 groups to 966 group participants.

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Education & Awareness

We participated in Health & Wellness education and grief workshops across Halton and Peel bringing awareness to issues surrounding grief and bereavement. 1,919 individuals were supported through varying events, workshops, and social media initiatives.