The Compassionate Friends Walk to Remember 2024

Princes Park, Carlton Nth 240-564 Royal Parade (we meet in field just down from intersection of Royal Pde and Levers Street - keep an eye out for TCFV banners), Carlton North, Victoria

The Compassionate Friends Walk to Remember is an opportunity to connect with other bereaved families and talk freely about your child, brother or sister or grandchild in a safe, relaxed environment.

Donations gratefully accepted

Walking Through Grief (1 March)

A monthly self-care event. Light exercise and a walk along safe tracks in Canterbury. An opportunity to mix with bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents. Please bring hat, sunscreen and a water bottle. We meet at 9am at TCFV Centre, 229 Canterbury Road, Canterbury.

Cook & Chat for Bereaved Men

The Compassionate Friends Victoria 229 Canterbury Road, Canterbury, Victoria, Australia

We would like to welcome all the men within TCFV to our Cook & Chat. It is open to all our bereaved fathers, brothers and grandfathers. Please come along to mix and chat with other bereaved men in a relaxed, welcoming environment. This event supports a sense of mateship and wellbeing, while dealing with your grief as well.

Book Club (Northcote)

Four Beans Cafe and Roasting House 22 High Street, Northcote, Victoria, Australia

All TCFV members are welcome, parents, siblings, and grandparents, please come and join in our lively and entertaining discussions on all thing’s books! Due to some of the sensitive nature around some of the books members may be reading, it is recommended that members are two years along in their grief journey before attending book club.

ONLINE BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP

Online Zoom event

This welcoming and friendly online environment provides monthly virtual-based peer support to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents.

ONLINE Express Yourself Through Art, with Lauren Foster

Please note: these sessions of TCF Victoria's 'ONLINE Express Yourself Through Art' are also available to TCF members in other states of Australia. Express Yourself Through Art classes use the creative process of arts making to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of individuals. Lauren Foster – a professional art therapist and bereaved mother of Rex – runs “Express Yourself Through Art” online for bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents who are members of TCFV.