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Sharing and Healing while Mourning our Children Foundation

In Memory Of...

 

Sharing and Healing while Mourning our Children Foundation was created in memory of (from left to right):

 

Matthew Bandler Minches, Jamie Brooke Lieberman, and Joel Weiner

 

Make a Donation to this Foundation

 

To make a tax-deductible contribution to benefit this fund, please click here:

To make a tax-deductible contribution to benefit this fund, please send a check made payable to JCF, Inc., please write "Sharing and Healing Foundation" in the memo, and mail or drop it off to:

 

JCF, Inc.

1301 Springdale Rd., Suite 200

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

Attn: Sharing and Healing Foundation

 

To make a donation in Honor of/In Memory of a loved one, please include the information when sending the check, or email us the name of the person you would like to honor or memorialize after completing your donation, or you can call us at 856-673-2582.

 

Thank you.

Sharing and Healing while Mourning our Children Foundation was formed by three Jewish bereaved mothers, Eve Bandler, Carole Lieberman and Susan Weiner, in 2014.

 

We are a Foundation that funds support groups for parents who have suffered the devastating death of a child, at any age, due to any circumstance. It is our mission to ease the pain and isolation such a tragedy leaves behind, and to provide support to one another as we rebuild our lives.

 

There are no fees to be a participant in a support group. Groups are funded solely by grants and personal charitable donations, often from families and friends of families who have been impacted by such a loss.

 

In the short time since our inception, we have brought together bereaved parents and watched them reclaim their lives as they find new friends who have suffered a similar loss. We have learned that there is comfort in being with others who understand the complexity of our loss, and who can best support us through difficult times. We feel unthreatened, enlivened and relaxed when we are together, able to speak freely without being judged or abandoned. We have brought people out of their homes, and we have helped to create new friendships.

 

Our support groups and any other projects are aimed at us helping each other, reaching out to those who need us, giving many a new and positive outlook on life.

 

Questions about this fund?

 

If you would like to learn more about this parental bereavement group, please click here to contact us via our central email address. Or you may email any of the group's organizer's directly by clicking on the appropriate link:

 

Eve, Carole, Susan 

 

Please note:

We are not affiliated with any synagogue or any other organization.