A Very Merry Drive Thru - Mrs. Claus Tea
Santa welcomed our Adam’s Place kids and Mrs. Claus collected letters full of all kinds of wishes the children had written.
The 6th annual Mrs. Claus Tea was a little different this year but was festive and full of joy as always!
Families paraded around while staying in their vehicles for safety. Kids sang songs and were greeted with gifts and treats. Little arms reached out of windows to pet mini horses that almost looked little like small reindeer!
With Camp Cope sessions being online it was wonderful to see smiles and happy faces as they celebrated. We at Adam’s Place were so happy to bring some joy to children at a time where it is needed. We wish you all Happy Holidays and are looking forward to 2021!
THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US AT ADAM'S PLACE!
On behalf of Adam's Place, our staff, volunteers, and most importantly the families we serve, we express our sincerest appreciation for your support of our two recent fundraisers: The Vintage & Vines 2020 Fundraisers and our Build Strong Hearts 5K.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both events had to be held virtually this fall. But despite the challenges, our community still came together to help raise over $20,000 for our nonprofit! We are proud to say that 100% of the donations received will go directly to our programs & services while helping kids, teens, and families cope with grief and loss.
We would like to send a special thank you to all of our partners and sponsors who made our fundraisers possible. Your commitment in helping our organization means so much to us and to those we serve. As we look forward to 2021, we hope to continue to have your support as we enter our 12th year of operation.
The donations from our community is critical especially through our “Superhero” Club. For $20 a month that will be debited from your account automatically each month, this sustainable membership program allows us to fund general operating expenses, Camp Cope, Junior Camp Cope, training and workshops for our local community.
Our next Camp Cope is scheduled to begin on January 19th, 2021. Registration for family orientation is underway now.
For more information and how the community can continue to support Adam’s Place programs year-round, please go to www.adamsplacelv.org
Kelly Thomas Boyers
Founder & Executive Director, Adam’s Place
COVID-19 Pandemic Response Resource Guide
Click the button below to download Supporting Grieving Students During a Pandemic – A guide to using the Coalition to Support Grieving Students (PDF). It highlights some of the key challenges to providing support during the pandemic and includes links to the Coalition resources.
Parents or guardians may find this guide useful when communicating with children who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
A NAGC Toolkit for Responding to Change and Loss
Providing Grief Support to Children, Teens, and Families
Adam’s Place provides grief support groups for children, teens and families. Trained volunteer facilitators lead and encourage group members to express the many feelings that are apart of the grieving process. In a safe and confidential home life setting, group members discuss and share activities with others who share similar life changing experiences. We foster children to be open and honest with their feelings.
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