You can make a measurable difference in the lives of others while building your own resiliency.
Did you know your own healing process is improved when you help someone else recover from their suffering? From Helping Heals to Days of Service to Connections in Resilience and more, there are many opportunities to get involved.
When we give, we receive. Giving your time and talents to others in your community who are hurting not only helps them heal, but helps you, too. Service to your communities and to the larger world is how you can make a measurable difference in the lives of others, either as a volunteer or as a corporate partner.
Our Helping Heals program offers you the opportunity to give back to others in your communities and promotes skill-building, service learning and volunteerism. Tuesday’s Children connects youth and families who have suffered a loss with community service and disaster relief projects where they can volunteer. We understand the healing power of serving others.
Days of Service provide the opportunity for corporations to give back, whether that be by compiling care packages for veterans, painting Stars of Hope for communities impacted by mass violence, or sharing their expertise with aspiring young professionals and members of the Tuesday’s Children community.
Connections in Resilience examines the various forms of trauma and its impact on practitioners. In addition to COVID-19, which has created stress, fear, isolation and loss of predictability for everyone, we focus on how traumatic events and instances of mass violence have affected practitioners who are working with already traumatized populations.
Through discussion, we hope to discern those triggers which challenge us in doing the work, as well as forms of support that allow us to be most effective personally and professionally. Our sessions are focused on the personal and professional issues that the group would like to discuss.
Be a part of the healing process for yourself and others by volunteering or becoming a corporate partner of Tuesday’s Children. Email: email@example.com.