We provide loss and grief support, training, education, and counselling for families, the homeless, children, teens, LGBTQ, seniors, refugees...we are there for anyone who needs our services. We work with people who have experienced loss due to homicide, rape, abuse, physical and emotional disabilities, unemployment, chronic and terminal illness, etc. The demand for our services increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, and our regular fundraising events were not possible. We are so grateful for your support during those challenging times. Please click on the 'DONATE' button below. 100% of your generous donations fund our loss and grief support services. We depend on your help to continue our mission of helping those in need of loss and grief services who cannot afford them. Good Grief Central is now a Registered Charity, and we will issue a tax receipt for your donation. CRA Charity Registration Number: 706691490 RR 0001
Thank you so much for your help! Your donations are very much appreciated.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN TOUCHED BY LOSS, ARE GRIEVING, OR YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEEDS HELP, GOOD GRIEF CENTRAL IS HERE. PERHAPS YOU YOURSELF HAVE FOUND SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE THROUGH OUR ORGANIZATION. WE DEPEND ON YOU TO HELP US CONTINUE OUR WORK. WITH A GENEROUS DONATION OF $100+, THE NAMES OF YOUR LOVED ONES WILL BE HONOURED ON OUR MEMORIAL PAGE AND OUR LIVE BALLOON RELEASE. WE CANNOT THANK YOU ENOUGH FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!
DONATIONS CANADIAN CHARITY REGISTRATION # 706691490 RR 0001
Natalie Segall and Jillian Lucht bring together a shared passion and vision for providing grief support and education to all individuals and communities in need. Surrounding themselves with like-minded, accomplished individuals, Natalie and Jillian established Good Grief Central, a non-profit organization, imbued with the mission of helping all those struggling with loss and grief.
Good Grief Central provides qualified professional counselling, support, information, workshops, lectures, education and consulting to individuals, patients, families, health-care professionals and communities struggling with issues pertaining to loss and bereavement.