eCondolence.com™ and The Solace Tree Announce Partnership to Provide Support for Grieving Children, Teens, and Families
eCondolence.com, the resource for condolences and mourning, announces partnership with The Solace Tree, a child and teen focused grief support center, in a collaborative effort to console children, teenagers, and families coping with immediate and long-term effects of grief and loss.
Leading bereavement and grief support website eCondolence.com announces that it has partnered with The Solace Tree, a Reno-based non-profit organization focused on helping grieving children, teens and families to cope with the loss of a loved one by providing a safe and loving environment to express feelings.
eCondolence.com’s comprehensive Learning Center and Grief Support resources will complement The Solace Tree’s grief support programs and volunteer training program. The Solace Tree was founded to provide emotional support by enabling children and teenagers to discuss personal experiences of loss that they are uncomfortable talking about at school or with peers. “Our team is dedicated to providing an easy-to-use, reliable resource for those seeking comfort during one of their most difficult times,” says Michael Schimmel, CEO and founder of eCondolence.com. “Through this partnership, we are proud to provide those resources to The Solace Tree and the thousands of families that are impacted by their work.” With this new partnership, eCondolence.com strengthens ties to the Nevada community, expanding local relationships which include a collaboration with the Las Vegas Review-Journal and its subsidiaries.
Through The Solace Tree’s peer-support programs, participants learn to deal with grief in a positive and healthy manner. Since its inception 11 years ago, The Solace Tree has served over 5,000 children and teens, as well as almost 3,000 adults. “We are thrilled to be working with eCondolence.com,” says Emilio Parga, founder of The Solace Tree. “eCondolence.com provides The Solace Tree’s community a great online resource by creating an at home and on-the-go extension of our services.”
This partnership reinforces an expanding network of both nonprofit organizations and corporations for eCondolence.com, who recently added the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Children’s Bereavement Center, and Hope Hospice to its growing list of partners.
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