Local non-profit works hard to support local grieving families who lost a child
Sponsored by Let Grace In
Gabby and Kaeo Gouveia founded Let Grace In after losing their 5-year-old son Grayson to brain cancer in 2016. Their goal is to help improve the wellbeing of families surviving the death of a child.
During the Holidays, there are families who are not experiencing the delight of the Christmas season in the same way as other families. There are silent nights, tears, longing, and deep pain for those who are grieving their child. Let Grace In understands this heartbreak and holds safe space for bereaved families to come together, share their truth, and continue bonds with their child in a unique way.
You can support Let Grace In at levels that are comfortable for your budget. Right now, they’re working on their “Hope Retreat” for families. Learn more here: Let Grace In YouTube
$700 provides a family accommodation for 3 nights and 4 days in the lodge
$350 feeds a family of 4 at our 4 day retreat.
$50 provides a grieving parent a Lomi, La’au Lapa’au education & facilitated sharing
$25 provides a grieving sibling a therapeutic session at retreat with our Child life bereavement specialist.
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For more, go to: www.letgracein.org
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