Author Archives: Clare Maynard
Devonshire Freemasons award £15,000
Devon’s Freemasons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) have awarded Families in Grief (FiG) a grant of £15,000. This will be split over a three years period.Read more
Ilfracombe Beer Fest 2023
Families in Grief has been named as the main beneficiary of the upcoming Ilfracombe Beer Fest, held on the Landmark green from 26th to 29th May.Read more
Meet our new CEO
Families in Grief (FiG) has welcomed a new CEO on board. Naomi Jefferies started her new role as head of the charity on 2nd May 2023.Read more
Change a life today!
Are you passionate about helping children, young people and their parents/carers who have been bereaved? We are looking for new Family Support Volunteers and Fundraising Volunteers to join us!Read more
Mother’s Day at school
Any day can be difficult for a grieving child, but for a child who has lost their mum, occasions such as Mother’s Day can be particularly challenging. Here are some thoughts for how school staff can approach the day in the classroom.Read more
Why choose FiG?
Can you help spread the word where you work, study or play? We’d love to be chosen as your beneficiary charity (or one of them) this year.Read more
Please select our cause
We are delighted to say that FiG has been chosen as one of the Co-op Local Community Fund partners in Bideford, with the partnership running up until October 2023.Read more
Thank you Hatherleigh Carnival!
Huge thanks to the Hatherleigh Carnival Committee who’ve donated a generous £425 to FiG after their November event last year.Read more