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Fundraising Events / Giving

None of us can do this alone, and with your support, no one has to. Throughout the year, we hold a series of fundraising events designed to support our mission and raise awareness of the importance of free, quality support. We invite you to gather together to support our community at one of our upcoming events.

Remembrance Walk

 

Hybrid Event 2021 (Virtual and Socially-distanced In-Person Options):

24th Annual Remembrance Walk and 5K Race
Saturday, May 15
Miller’s Landing Near Gallup’s Riverfront Campus or Virtually anywhere!

Remember and honor friends, families, and loved ones. More than a walk, this time-honored annual event includes outdoor fun and craft activities for all ages, team competitions, music, and tasty food! Proceeds support the children and family programs of Ted E. Bear Hollow and Grief’s Journey.

Doolin Classic

 

2020 SOLD OUT! Check back for 2021 details coming soon. 

2021 marks the 15th year for this wonderful golf tournament hosted in memory of Tim & Judy Doolin!

Sponsorships and donations for this family-run event are always welcome. Proceeds will be given to Ted E. Bear Hollow. Please contact Kathie McGill at 402-850-6905. Thank you!

Comfort Food Classic

 

VIRTUAL  and/or SAFETY-ADAPTED  IN-PERSON EVENT
Sunday, November 7, 2021

If you love food, you don’t want to miss this chance to sample comfort food from the area’s best chefs! You get to sample everything and vote for the best dish, knowing your love of comfort food will bring comfort to others! Join us for great food, awesome auctions, and lots of fun. All proceeds are used to make sure grief support programs remain free and accessible to anyone who seeks them.

HEALS to the Pavement

 

Saturday, October 2, 2021 at Zorinsky Lake or Virtually Anywhere

Hope Steps Forward in 2021!

Gather your family and friends for an in-person, yet socially-distanced/ adapted event at Zorinsky Lake, including activities to honor and remember sweet babies gone too soon, due to pregnancy loss or infant death.

CDC recommendations will be followed by staff, volunteers and participants alike at the event.

Grief Awareness Conference

A professional conference dedicated to enhancing grief awareness and support in our community and region. Connect with other professionals and learn from local, regional, and national experts in the field. Join us for a day of enhancing awareness, education, and support for all forms of grief.

VIRTUAL EVENT Friday, June 4, 2021

Grief & Social Justice: Awareness, Reflection, Momentum