Melbourne Herald Sun, Wednesday 26 August 2020
“We remember them” – together we publicly acknowledge our sons, daughters, brothers, sisters and grandchildren who have died before us and let other bereaved families know that they are not alone, that TCFV exists.
Click here to submit your memorial notice.
TCFV recognises that the loss of a brother or sister can continue to have a profound impact on the individual for many years after the event. To help deliver this groundbreaking program – providing an online chat-based peer support service specifically for bereaved siblings, aged 18-30 years – we are looking for bereaved siblings who are interested in providing peer support to other bereaved siblings.
We are hopeful that in coming months the Centre can make a partial-to-complete return to Centre-based operations, but that time is not quite yet. Ensuring safety for our communities and ourselves is paramount.
Instructions prepared by John Dellios, bereaved father of Natalie (13), above
Due to the Coronavirus situation, we were not able to hold our normal Walk To Remember in April this year. Instead, we have decided to hold a Virtual Walk to Remember over the Mother’s Day weekend of 8th to 10th May. Over this weekend we invite you to go out for a walk in a… Read more »
Lauren Foster – a professional art therapist, TCFV volunteer, and bereaved mother of Rex – will now be running “Express Yourself Through Art” online for bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents who are members of TCFV.
Weekly on Wednesdays from 1:30pm – 3:30pm.
Register for a particular date here.