As a volunteer for the Good Grief Workshop for children and adolescents since 2015, I have witnessed first hand the benefits of these young people being able to express their grief in a safe and understanding environment. Following the untimely death of my sister in 2012, I watched my own daughter, who was 11 years old at the time, struggling to deal with the aftermath of the loss of her aunt with whom she had enjoyed a very close and special relationship. At the same time, I was led towards Natalie Segall by my own grief and a desire to develop a support group for adults who had lost siblings. Bringing my daughter to the Good Grief Workshop in 2014 and witnessing the amazing work of the volunteers was what led me to become a volunteer for this outstanding workshop. As an individual who volunteers my time in many different ways and who truly enjoys helping people, becoming a member of the Good Grief Central Board seemed a natural fit for me.