Founded in 2003, Kate’s Club is an Atlanta-based non-profit that empowers children and teens, their families, and young adults facing life after the death of a parent, sibling, caregiver or someone important to them.
We envision a world in which it’s okay to grieve, and where grief is shared and processed together. We strive to provide the space where a tragic situation can be turned into a source of community, connection and resilience. Kate’s Hub is our online community of grievers, and those who support them.
It's okay to grieve ™
Through the Hub, we offer supportive resources and activities, host virtual events, and provide a safe and secure way to connect with others who are grieving. We have crafted spaces for different groups to connect with others who are living through similar grief journeys.
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School & support professionals:
And so much more!
I feel like there’s an underlying level of understanding. You can show up to every group just however you are that day. Sometimes it’s funny, and we laugh a lot, and sometimes it’s very serious. It’s everything.
Kate’s Club taught me that even though I felt alone in my tragedy and grief, I wasn’t and never will be. It helped me to move forward in life.
Kate's Club Caregiver
I keep coming back to Kate’s Club because the grief journey is a journey and these kids need buddies to stand shoulder to shoulder with.
Having Kate’s Club at our school provides a critical service that our students may not otherwise be able to access. They have made a huge difference in the personal and academic growth of our students.
School & Support Professional