Thank you to our incredible community for supporting our #LetsTalkFathersDay movement.
Many of you have valued reading our guide ‘5 Ways to Talk to a Grieving Child on Father’s Day’. We hope this helps our wider community support grieving kids through milestones and anniversaries like Father’s Day and encourages more of us to show them we are ready to listen and talk about their Dad too.
We make a special mention and thank you to the Feel the Magic kids who openly and proudly shared their memories and special moments. You are truly inspiring.
We also thank our Ambassador, Supercars Championship Driver, Scott Pye for sharing his memories of his Dad, Robert.
If you missed Channel Nine news, tap the link here to view the segment on our amazing Camper Darcy and his mum Allison as they celebrated Darcy’s Dad Gavin on Father’s Day.
We also extend our gratitude to another Feel the Magic Ambassador, Deborah Knight for welcoming our CEO Adam Blatch on her afternoon radio show.
Adam told Deborah how Father’s Day is a difficult day for many families and, for a lot of us, it is hard to know what to say or how to support grieving kids. Listen to the interview here.
Grieving kids deserve our support
Here’s how to make sure grieving kids keep feeling supported:
- Reach out to a grieving family after Father’s Day to check in and see how they are feeling after the day.
- Keep spreading the word about our camps, resources, and community – so that by next Father’s Day, even more kids have a place where they belong.
- Keep grieving kids in mind during anniversaries and events. A text, chat and a friendly ear could help them through the tough times
You may also find this article ‘Supporting Children & Teens Through Grief Anniversaries and Significant Events’ useful to help support a grieving child.
Plus, our Grief Resource Hub has guides, activities, books, videos and TED talks you may find helpful. And we regularly share blogs with our followers. You can keep up to date with our latest blogs and news articles here.