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Vintage and Vines 2018

Adam’s Place News, Events and Resources – May 2018

By Adam's Place / May 20, 2018

What a fabulous Vintage and Vines event this year! New venue, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, food that was out of this world, fine wine, DJ and dancing, fun 20’s theme, and most importantly an AMAZING group of people that came out to support us and the children and families that we help! From the bottom […]

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Happy Holidays from Adam's Place

Happy Holidays from Adam’s Place

By Adam's Place / December 12, 2017

During this time of year, regardless of which holidays you celebrate, what faith or culture you honor, there is an emphasis on family – a heightened awareness of the importance of family while we gather and celebrate. The reverse is also true, there is a heightened awareness of those missing, those not at the table […]

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October Newsletter - Adam's Place

Grieving children are vastly overlooked

By Adam's Place / October 27, 2017

Grieving children are vastly overlooked—both in society at large and in schools in particular. It costs $500 per child to sponsor them through one camp session, an 8 week program. This Fall’s camp session has the largest group of children to date and we are at max capacity. Our services are in high demand. To continue to provide support […]

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The School Year Can Be Hard for Children Dealing With Grief, Adam’s Place Can Help

By Adam's Place / September 13, 2017

Imagine being a student who has experienced the death of a loved one and is still expected to focus, perform, and be social. Sometimes in a school setting, children with loss want to remain anonymous and fit in, but many are in need of support, time, and compassion. Here are some simple hints that may be […]

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Why Adam’s Place?

By Adam's Place / August 29, 2017

Loss is all too common during childhood. In the United States, approximately one in 20 children will lose a parent by the time they reach 16 years of age and the vast majority of children experience a significant loss by the time they complete high school. Why Adam’s Place? Grieving children are vastly overlooked—both in […]

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