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New York Life Foundation


: Children, Youth & Families


The Foundation, in partnership with the National Alliance for Grieving Children, is supporting Grief Reach, a grant program designed to expand the capacity of and increase access to bereavement services for grieving youth. The goal of Grief Reach is to provide funding the expand the reach and capacity of organizations that offer local bereavement services for youth focused on unmet needs and diverse populations. The Program defines bereaved children are children under the age of 25 who have had a loved one die. Applicants for this grant program may serve students outside of these limits but grant funds, if awarded, are for supporting bereaved children under the age of 25. Applicants must also serve at least 50 percent of low-income youth and/or minority children. Here, low-income is defined as those students qualifying for the federal Free or Reduced-Price Lunch Program. The Program will provide both community expansion grants and capacity building grants. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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