Help Make Grief Good – Run or Walk in the 4th Annual Good Grief 5K Run And Walk For Hope

Malena Attar Press

“Here at Good Grief, the kids understand something that most do not: Grief serves a purpose. It is a natural response that challenges us to our core and, with support, can mold us into more resilient beings by reshaping the depths of our love. The kids and families at Good Grief understand that grief can be good with the help of a compassionate and supportive community,” says Joe Primo, Good Grief CEO.

The 4th annual Good Grief 5K Run and Walk for Hope on Sunday, June 4th brings together the community in support of Good Grief’s families, and in memory of loved ones who have died. It is a major fundraiser for the organization that raises critically-needed funding for peer support services, education, and advocacy throughout New Jersey. Primo continued to say, “Grief does not discriminate, anyone can be affected, no matter their age, sex, or race. Together, we are striving to create a world where no child ever has to grieve alone.”

Bring your family and friends to run, jog, or walk through the beautiful, tree-lined race course at Giralda Farms in Madision, NJ. Strollers are welcome. Register now for the 2017 Good Grief 5K Run and Walk for Hope on Sunday, June 4. To participate:

  • Register for the 5K or 2-mile walk online at
  • Create a fundraising team and a personalized fundraising page.
  • Share the page and a fundraising goal with friends, family, and social networks.

For more information on the event, to volunteer, to register, or to become a sponsor, visit


Good Grief is respected as a national leader in delivering grief services to children and their families. It is the leading provider of these services in New Jersey, serving over 1,000 children since its founding in 2004. Good Grief is a registered 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide unlimited free support to children, teens and families after the death of a parent or sibling. Servicing more than 150 communities, Good Grief operates programs in Morristown and Princeton. For more information


Joseph Primo, CEO                          Courtney Hodock, Director of Development

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