SOS - URGENT APPEAL - SOS  

Our children and young people's counselling service, the Saying Goodbye Project, is at risk of imminent closure due to an emergency funding shortage exacerbated by the pandemic. We urgently need your help to raise  £25,000  to ensure this vital service can continue.

Young people in Kingston need our help now more than ever. Please donate to our appeal and save the Saying Goodbye Project.

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Most of us will experience bereavement at some point in our lives. Grief is a normal emotion, but if you need support in coming to terms with your loss we are here to help.

ADULT COUNSELLING

We deliver a high quality bereavement counselling service for the community of Kingston upon Thames with equal access to all who need it. We welcome and respect people from all backgrounds.

The death of someone significant can be a challenging and confusing time for children. The Saying Goodbye Project offers bereavement support for children and young people who live or study in Kingston.

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SUPPORT OUR WORK

As a registered charity we rely on donations and fundraising to deliver our services. Every pound raised has a profound effect on the people we help. Contributions of all sizes are very much appreciated.

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SUPPORTING THE KINGSTON COMMUNITY FOR OVER 30 YEARS

Our bereavement counselling is available to people of all ages who are living, working or studying in Kingston upon Thames. We have a team of around 30 trained volunteer counsellors, supported by experienced supervisors.

We also offer training support for health, social care and education professionals and local employers to help develop their understanding of the bereavement process and its impact.

If you would like to find out more about our services, or feel you would benefit from receiving support from one of our counsellors, please do contact us.