The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult life events that a child can face. Tomorrow's Rainbow is a special place for children that have experienced the death of a loved one. By incorporating miniature horse interactions with therapeutic play areas and facilitated peer support, children are given the tools necessary to take their own personal grief journey in a way that is meaningful to them. Tomorrow's Rainbow is a safe place where children feel, often for the first time, understood.

How we help
Tomorrow's Rainbow provides free grief support groups for children ages 3 years old through high school and their families.  Seventeen specialized groups are offered twice monthly and meet year-round.  Because grief is a life-long journey, children and teens may stay in group for as long as they like and may return at any time.


Getting started in grief support groups at Tomorrow's Rainbow is easy and accessible.  Simply complete our application and attend a client orientation.  For more information, click here.

How you can help

There are many ways that you can make a difference in a grieving child's life through volunteering, supporting our thrift store, or by making a tax deductible, monetary contribution.  Tomorrow's Rainbow relies solely on private, foundation and corporate donations as well as benefiting from a team of more than 200 caring, talented volunteers.  To check out all the opportunities, click here.



Tomorrow's Rainbow News & Events

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Summer Support Group Schedule

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