Good Grief Appoints Theresa Shubeck its New Chief Executive Officer Seasoned Nonprofit Executive Joins Organization on December 1 Morristown and Princeton, NJ – Good Grief announced today that Theresa Shubeck will join the bereavement charity as its next Chief Executive Offer effective December 1, 2021. The announcement follows a comprehensive …
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Good Grief announced today that it will honor Mike Sharp with the nonprofit organization’s Community Hero Award as its annual gala on October 14, 2021, at the Park Savoy in Florham Park, NJ.
In response to growing demand for programs to support grieving children and families, New Jersey-based Good Grief is ramping up training of volunteer facilitators for its peer support programs in the Fall.
Like many nonprofits throughout New Jersey and across the country, Good Grief is welcoming the return of in-person fundraising events this spring as pandemic restrictions ease and families embrace opportunities to gather safely in groups to renew their connection to organizations helping others.
Good Grief, a leading voice for grieving children and families, today announced the appointment of Jennifer Mauer to the nonprofit organization’s Board of Directors.
Good Grief, a leading voice for grieving children and families, today announced that it has appointed Danielle Adest to its Board of Directors.
Good Grief announced today it has received a $16,500 grant from The Summit Foundation to defray costs associated with providing free grief support programs at its Morristown Family Support Center. The award specifically
Embarking on its 18th year of continued expansion and growing impact as a leading voice for grieving children and families, Good Grief today announced the appointment of new officers for 2021 and the addition of two new board members to the nonprofit organization’s Board of Directors.
Good Grief announced today it has received a one-time $5,000 grant from the Morristown Rotary Club to purchase COVID-19 supplies and sanitization stations for its Morristown Family Support Center.
Funding will train educators to support students in underserved New Jersey communities Morristown, New Jersey—Good Grief announced today it has received a one-time $25,000 grant from the Deloitte Foundation to provide educators in Newark and Camden schools with training focused on helping students develop skills and build resilience to overcome …