For Immediate Release

Contact: Becky Byrne, Executive Director
Phone: 314-965-5015
E-mail: kidsgriefmatters@annieshope.org

Annie’s Hope – The Center for Grieving Kids is celebrating 25 years of service with an Open House celebration! On Saturday, December 2, guests can explore program spaces, meet staff and volunteers, enjoy treats, and participate in activities highlighting the mission of the region’s only child-focused grief support organization. Visit Annie’s Hope at 1333 W. Lockwood Ave. between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 as we recognize 25 years of serving grieving kids. The open house is free to attend, yet an RSVP is required. Follow this link to register: https://www.proprofs.com/survey/t/?title=m2fky .

Annie’s Hope is a community-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide FREE comprehensive support services for children, teens, and their families who are grieving a death. Through various services, like camps, support groups, and retreats, Annie’s Hope serves kids ages 3-18 along with their families in the greater St. Louis area and surrounding counties. Services are offered at no cost; the organization is supported solely through donations and grants. For more information, visit www.annieshope.org.

For more information, contact Becky Byrne using the contact information at the top of this press release or call Annie’s Hope at 314-965-5015.


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