All of our grief programs are provided at no cost to families and this is made possible by the generosity of donors like YOU! No matter how you choose to give, your donation makes an impact and goes directly to the programs that support our mission. Together, we can ensure no child or family will walk the painful journey of grief alone.
Your gift means we can bring comfort and healing to more children. You can choose to give a one-time gift or increase your impact and sign up to be a recurring donor. Additionally, you have the opportunity to remember your loved one by making a donation in their name. In addition to financial contributions, we are always in need of art supplies for therapy sessions as well as teddy bears that provide comfort to children during their time with our counselors. View our wishlist to find more in-kind donations you can contribute.
At Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas there are many materials and supplies we require to help children and their families journey through their own personal grief experience. We have curated an Amazon Wish List for in-kind donations based on current and future needs. Make your donation go further and select Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas to receive a portion of purchase from Amazon Smile.
Volunteers are critical to the mission of Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas. In fact, we couldn’t do what we do without volunteers!
The Friends of the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas is a membership-based alliance of caring individuals committed to: increasing awareness, providing joyful activities and events, and supporting the charitable and educational mission. By joining you will become a part of a core group whose volunteer efforts benefit children, teens, and families facing unimaginable loss. Join Friends here today.
A legacy gift or a planned gift, which is usually made from assets, is a tax effective way of giving that can enable you to leave a permanent legacy. Most importantly, it can assure that the Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas will be here to help grieving children for years to come.