We’re with you for a lifetime.
Tuesday’s Children will always be the open door here for you whenever you need us.
Healing is a lifelong process. It never really ends, and grief can sometimes sneak up on you when you least expect it. Tuesday’s Children will never abandon you to cope on your own. We are here for the long-term, through all the stages and needs of your life after trauma and loss. We serve individuals and families who have lost a loved one to mass violence, terrorism, or military service since 9/11.
We build communities for a lifetime.
Tuesday’s Children is unique among organizations that serve military families. Out of 44,000+ military-serving nonprofits, fewer than one percent serve Gold Star families, and even fewer of them provide lifelong support. We provide a long-term connection for all those who loved and lost a post-9/11 military service member. We understand the loss impacts the entire family, and we are here for all. This includes but is not limited to spouses, children, parents, siblings, fiancés/fiancées, partners and other members of the household. Tuesday’s Children serves all families regardless of branch or service, circumstance of loss or military status.
“For people who live and travel with military spouses, our communities are our (military) bases. Tuesday’s Children is such a benefit for all women and men, even their children, because it helps them continue that camaraderie and bond that we feel as military widows and Gold Star children. It helps us heal when Tuesday’s Children brings us together as military spouses who understand the unique nature of our loss.”
We provide support for a lifetime.
Tuesday’s Children provides a community where you can interact with other people who understand your loss because they’ve been through it, too. We help you build lifelong relationships through our mentoring programs and retreats. Tuesday’s Children is there for you whenever you need that safe space to land. We will help you with skills to re-engage when you’re ready; among them is our Career Resource Center.
“The Career Mentoring Program offered through Tuesday’s Children has greatly impacted me as a young adult. It has provided me the opportunity to talk directly with professionals in the fields that I am interested in, which has helped me to learn what I want from my career. Additionally, it has been extraordinarily helpful in preparing me for the process of interviewing for such jobs by developing my resume and elevator pitch.”
Become part of the Tuesday’s Children family for a lifetime of support. Register yourself and your family today here.