Good Grief Princeton Center

Margaret Anne Wilby Center

Welcome to the Margaret Anne Wilby Center at Good Grief in Princeton!

Good Grief’s Family Support Center in Princeton is proudly named in memory of Margaret Anne Wilby, who died suddenly in 2008, leaving behind five children and her husband Pete.

At the time of her death, there were no support services for grieving children and families in the Princeton area. It was not until the fall of 2012, four years after Margaret’s death, that Good Grief arrived in Princeton. This much-needed expansion was in response to the high demand for grief support services that were lacking in the area.

On the 10th anniversary of Margaret’s death, Pete Wilby made a lead gift to name Good Grief’s Princeton Center after Margaret: “Now that Good Grief has a home, we want to make sure that it is able to serve as many grieving families as possible. My wife, Margaret, put her all into our children and in helping the kids in our community. I know that if she was here today, she would be supporting and volunteering for Good Grief and its important mission.” - Pete Wilby

Today, we continue to raise funds to expand programs offered in Princeton and surrounding communities. We continue to offer room naming dedications at the Margaret Anne Wilby Center as we work to ensure that families like the Wilbys get the support they deserve, for decades to come. Join Good Grief and the Wilbys in our efforts to ensure no child ever has to grieve alone.

Help Us Expand Our Programs

Naming Opportunities

Good Grief Center FULFILLED
3rd Floor $250,000
2nd Floor $250,000
Opening/ Closing Room FULFILLED
Entry Vestibule $35,000
Conference Room $35,000
Kid's Zone $25,000
Arts & Crafts Room FULFILLED
Orientation Room FULFILLED
Living Memory Room $25,000
Teen Group Room FULFILLED
Adult Room (1) FULFILLED
Adult Room (2) FULFILLED
Volcano Room FULFILLED
10 - 12 Year-Old Room FULFILLED
6-9 Year-Old Room (1) FULFILLED
6-9 Year-Old Room (2) $15,000
3-5 Year-Old Room $15,000
Hospital Room $15,000
Story Corner FULFILLED
  • Hillary Angeline and Sharon DellaFera - Adult Room
  • Anonymous - Story Corner Room
  • Liz and Conor Delaney- Pre-Teen Room
  • Janice and Ted Grover - Volcano Room
  • Dr. Rich and Helen Lee- Café
  • Jenn and Steve Leonard - Arts and Crafts Room
  • Susie and Sean Leonard - Adult Room
  • Kathy Maher - 10-12 Year-Old Room
  • Patty Ryan and Robert Meirowitz, MD. - Teen Lounge
  • Rachel O'Brien - Orientation Room
  • The Wilby Family - Margaret Anne Wilby Center
  • Natasha and Dr. Alexander Wolfson - 6-9 Year-Old Room

OR CALL US 609-498-6674 x8014

Princeton Families Needing Your Support

The Berman Family
Brannan, Benjamin, Noah
“I have made friends at Good Grief. It’s sad that other people have had people die and Good Grief makes them feel not alone.”
– Noah, 7-years-old

The King Family
Marianne, Samson, Jerry, Albery
“Going to Good Grief has been fun. I feel like I’m not alone. I’ve learned how to be a good friend and how to help people who have lost family members.”
– Samson 11-years-old

The Barker Family
Jamillah, Kaleb
“Other places I feel different. Here I can be sometimes happy and sometimes sad and it’s ok. My friends understand me.”
– Kaleb, 5-years-old

The Fadiga/ Harris Family
Latonia, Aliyah, Nadia
“I feel safe because there are people at Good Grief to support me and people who sometimes feel the same feelings I do. It would have been hard for me to grieve my dad’s death without them.”
– Aliyah, 10-years-old

The O’Brien Family
Jim, Carla, Connor, Liam, Riley
“Going to Good Grief gives me people to talk to. I’ve learned to think more and talk about my brother.”
– Connor 9-years-old