Students For Grieving Children | Autumn 2019

We are honored to partner with students who understand the pain of losing a loved one. Join us.

For 10 days from Friday, November 8th through Sunday, November 17th, we will be holding our Autumn Online Fundraiser.

We encourage

  • students who have experienced the death of a loved one
  • students who have witnessed the pain others have encountered during their grieving process
  • students who feel the F4GC’s work resonates with them

to join us to raise funds for our cause.

Using the MightyCause peer-to-peer fundraising portal, you will easily be able to make a page to honor the significant person or persons in your life who left us too soon.

You can display photos, set your personal financial goal, tell your story, and send your personal page link to others through email and social media to fundraise for grieving children. 

Millions of children experience a love one’s death each year and sharing our cause will help raise the funds needed to insure the hurting have the support groups and services they need at such a difficult time in their lives.

Please visit Students for Grieving Children | Autumn 2019 to learn how you can easily sign up and build your own personal page.

We are excited to welcome you on the Leader Board!

Cameron Wilson – Fundraising Ambassador

What happens when your best friend experiences the death of her brother?  You listen, you comfort and you help when she wants to create a fundraiser in his memory.

And that’s exactly what Cameron Wilson did to honor the memory of Nick Edwards, taken much too soon and unexpectedly in a car accident at age 20.

There are many compassionate individuals whom I consider ‘angels amongst us’ who seem to appear and give their love and care when tragedy strikes. 

Cameron Wilson (left)

And while there are many who will become overwhelmed when you’re going through grief, but others, just like Cameron, run to the sorrow instead of away from it.

We commend him for his devotion to Emli Edwards as she grieved the loss of her brother and for his support in creating the Neon Night Fun Run. 

Thank you Cameron for all you did to make the Fun Run so successful. 

May all who grieve so young find phenomenal friends like you!