Help us raise awareness of childhood bereavement

1 in 12 children across the United States are projected to experience the death of a parent or sibling before the age of 18 – by raising awareness of this issue, we could prevent future lives lost.

Organizations like yours that are dedicated to supporting issue-based causes – like COVID-19, gun violence, suicide and Substance Use Disorder – have such a powerful voice. Help us spread awareness about childhood bereavement by utilizing our resource toolkit. The toolkit contains talking points, social media posts, and a story framework.

Issue-based Awareness Resources

Want to help us spread the word on social media? Use our social post templates, or customize them to fit your organization’s tone of voice.

Social media posts


We’ve crafted talking points to empower you with the information and strategies needed to amplify your efforts and raise awareness of this issue in the context of childhood bereavement.

Talking points


Do you or does someone you know have a bereavement story to share? Use this blog template to help you get started. This blog can live on your website and be shared on social media.

Story framework


When you make a donation to Judi’s House and the JAG Institute, you help increase awareness of childhood bereavement.

Make a donation


Request a custom report showing the impact of childhood bereavement rates in your community

Get the data you need to demonstrate how childhood bereavement is impacting your community. The JAG Institute can provide custom Childhood Bereavement Estimation Model (CBEM) reports to nonprofits and other organizations working to raise awareness of issues that contribute to childhood bereavement.

The JAG Institute is committed to raising awareness of the issues that contribute to childhood bereavement.

If you are a representative of an organization working to address a critical issue that affects childhood bereavement, please use the button below to request a speaker or discuss partnership opportunities.

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