For the past 30 years, Shannon’s Hope Camp has continued to be a transformative and fun overnight camp for children and youth, ages 6-16, who have experienced the death of a loved one. During camp, campers participate in engaging activities that allow them to express and explore their unique grief journey. These activities are led
The Sand Dollar Club is an in-school grief support group for elementary and middle school students in the Charleston County area. Bridges’ facilitators work with our school partners to provide a 12-week grief program. Our facilitators meet weekly with groups of 4-6 students in the schools to discuss grief and their emotions surrounding the loss
Families in our Stepping Stones Program gather to share a meal, celebrate progress, learn additional coping skills, connect with peer families, and have fun. Siblings, extended family & anyone that is part of the participating child’s support network is welcome to attend. More information including registration details coming soon!
This year marks the 30th anniversary of our Community Candlelight Memorial Ceremony. For three decades Bridges has provided an opportunity for those with heavy hearts to do something all too rare and yet so essential; to publicly acknowledge and mourn our losses and journey together toward healing. This poignant and intimate event features music, a
Bridges’ Stepping Stones Program is a year-long comprehensive grief program that empowers children, youth, and their families to heal, grow, and thrive after the death of a loved one. All Stepping Stones programs are free of charge. Program Steps Shannon’s Hope Camp (Fall or Spring) Sand Dollar Club Community Candlelight Memorial Ceremony Family Day Camp