Because supporting children can be tough for adults who have their own feelings of
loss too, our goal is to develop regular Young Explorers Workshops for families offering
adult and child peer support at age appropriate levels.
The resources we offer include:
a space for adults to communicate with others; a wide range of books for children
and young people
that offer awareness, information and support about diagnosis, loss and bereavement;
making an entry for our Terminal Illness & Bereavement Diary project;
enabling children to write about their experience and
Memory Craft Activity Packs for members to take home for bereaved children.
Crafts ~ meeting others ~ exploring feelings
Quick glance at our activities for Children
A range of craft activities to work through with your child at home
Wide age range of reading books that can be shared with or offered to your child
or young person-see our book lists
If you live in Crawley or nearby then pop along to our Drop-In sessions and see what
you can find to help support your child or young person.
Young Explorers Fund is here to provide the tools that help explain and include children
and young peoYoung Explorers Fund is here to provide the tools that help explain
and include children and young people affected by a diagnosis, loss or bereavement.
We offer opportunities for them to understand what has happened and explore their
feelings with family and peers.
There is no right way to contact bereaved families and so we will only be able to
hold Young Explorers Clubs when we have a list of interested families.
In the meantime anyone can access resources from our drop-in to work through in the
privacy of their own space.
To register your interest to attend a workshop please contact us.