Children's Grief Awareness Day is an international movement and is recognized locally by wearing blue. The day was designed to help children and teens that are bereaved to know they are not alone. Created in 2008, Children's Grief Awareness Day is observed every year on the third Thursday in November. This time of year is particularly appropriate to support grieving children everywhere, as the holiday season can be especially difficult.
Children's Grief Awareness Day seeks to bring attention to the fact that community support can make all the difference in the life of a grieving child.
Hospice Calgary is committed to helping every grieving child or teen in Calgary and Area.
Our team will be recognizing Children’s Grief Awareness Day by wearing blue and offering a platform on social media using the #CGADHope hashtag.
Today is Children's Grief Awareness Day. Join the conversation and raise awareness! #CGADHope #grief #yyc #YoureNotAlone
Want to learn more about supporting a child or teen in #yyc facing grief due to death? Visit hospicecalgary.ca, they can help. #CGADHope #grief #mentalhealth #yyc #YoureNotAlone
No child or teen should have to feel alone when someone close to them dies. #CGADHope #grief #mentalhealth #YoureNotAlone
Know a child or teen in #yyc that is grieving? Tell them #theyrenotalone and @hospicecalgary is here to help: 403-263-4525.
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