It is an honour to bestow on you the inaugural fundraising event of The Nightingale Centre: High Tea for Hope.
Your presence is requested to raise awareness and monetary contributions in support of grieving children, youth, and families in Guelph and Wellington County. Is there anything more exhilarating than gathering for high tea, spirits and treats in support of a good cause?
Do mark your calendars for Saturday, April 27th, 2024, and share this most exciting of news with your friends and family.
✨Immerse yourself in an exquisite spirited high tea experience
✨Revel in an afternoon filled with not just tea, but also games and a delectable array of treats
✨Dress in your High Tea-Best for your chance to win a prize
✨Participate in our Silent Auction, Fund-A-Need, plus more chances to win!
✨Know that your attendance contributes to a crucial cause, instilling hope in the hearts of those grieving in our community
Let’s come together to make an impact that resonates far beyond the tea table!
2024 Sponsors & Partners
Let’s bring hope to grieving hearts together. Interested in partnering with us? Become a sponsor of High Tea for Hope 2024 today by emailing email@example.com.
Thank you to our 2024 sponsors:
Unable to attend?
There is little to no government funding for community hospice and grief programs. We rely solely on the generous donations of past participants, sponsors, foundations, friends, neighbours and our community to ensure that our grief support services remain accessible and free for the children, youth and families who count on them each year.
If you cannot make it but want to support, click below to make a donation.
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About The Nightingale Centre for Grieving Children, Youth, and Families
Since 2019, The Nightingale Centre for Grieving Children, Youth, and Families has been providing support to young people and their families who are grieving, while building a community of courage and hope through shared significant and often sudden loss experiences. More than 300 families in Guelph-Wellington and beyond have been supported through dedicated grief programs, 1:1 family consultation, events, education and training since The Nightingale Centre’s inception.
We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to grieve in a supportive and understanding environment and no family in our community should grieve alone.
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In the news:
- CTV News Kitchener Local Hero
- How a child who struggled with grief grew to create Guelph’s first bereavement program for children
- Guelph’s Nightingale Centre helping kids move through bereavement and grief
- 100 Women Who Care Guelph donates more than $10K to Nightingale Centre
- ‘The forgotten mourners’ — helping children grieve
- Nightingale Centre launches conversation cafe series
- Nightingale Centre receives federal funding to help families through grief