The loss of a parent can shake the foundations of a child's belief in the world as a safe place, leaving them feeling alone and misunderstood. Our programs are run by adults who experienced the loss of a parent as a child or teen — who have the unique capacity to understand, guide, and inspire.
Serving Jewish communities around the world, our mission is to give every frum child and teen living with parental loss the chizuk and validation they crave, the permission to grieve in their own way, and the reassurance that they are not alone.
Partner with us today to offer hope and comfort to a child living with loss.
Catering to girls from high school to seminary and beyond, Links provides a support network, mentorship, workshops, Shabbaton, and more.
Serving boys ages 6-17, Shlomie’s Club offers a network of mentoring and support, including a newsletter, hotline, trips, Shabbaton, and more.
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"It’s not about the grief. It’s about the resilience … and that’s really what I love about Links … Not keeping them in victim mode, but helping them integrate and become who they’re meant to be."Hear more stories