Since 2002, more than 21,500 children have learned to cope with grief or addiction in their family at our unique camp programs.
Camp Erin is the largest national bereavement program for children and teens grieving the death of someone close to them.Learn More
Camp Mariposa is an addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth impacted by the substance abuse of a family member.Learn More
The Moyer Foundation Resource Center is a robust library offering personalized support and information helping children and families thrive.Learn More
Every year, countless children experience the death of someone they love. Millions more are affected by a family member’s substance abuse. No child should face these struggles alone. With our unique programs, children affected by grief or addiction in their family get the chance to cry, laugh, grow, and heal. Most importantly, kids meet other kids in similar circumstances, and together, they grow stronger.
It was an inspiring and powerful afternoon, including the inaugural Champions for Children Award presentation to Dr. Gary Gilliland, President & Director of Fred Hutch.