Good Grief is committed to education to build resilience and foster wellbeing. It provides programs for children, young people and adults challenged by loss and change.
Its work is based on Mary MacKillop’s principle “Never see a need without doing something about it.” Our founders saw a need within the community to provide support for those feeling alone or helpless in the face of significant loss or change. Its programs seek to support all members of the community to develop the knowledge and skills to adjust to significant life events, and to grow from the experience.
It carries a suite of programs and resources developed to support children, young people and adults to understand and manage change, loss and grief in their lives. The aim is to enable them to achieve resilience and new hope.