Partner With Us

Comfort Zone’s programs are free to the youth and families that we serve thanks to the generous support of corporations, foundations, and individuals like you. To learn more about partnership opportunities within Comfort Zone Camp, please visit our Corporate Sponsorship page or contact (866) 488-5679.

Comfort Zone works with partners across the nation to bring expert grief support to communities and specific bereaved loss types. Comfort Zone’s partnership collaborations include:

  • A Little Hope Foundation, Inc.
    A three-day program for children and young adults who have experienced a parent, sibling, or guardian death by suicide, as well as a joint program for parents and guardians. A three-day program for children who have experienced the death of a parent, guardian, or sibling by any loss type.
  • Hospice By the Bay
    A three-day program for children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, guardian, close relative or friend who were part of the Hospice By the Bay Community.
  • Intermountain Healthcare
    A three-day program for children who have experienced the death of a parent, guardian, and/or sibling who are part of The Bradley Center or The Sharing Place community in Utah.
  • The Mark Wandall Foundation
    A three-day program for children who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling, or guardian. This program also has a Young Adult Retreat component.
  • National Fallen Firefighters Foundation
    A three-day camp program for children who have had a parent, sibling, or guardian die in the line of duty and has been honored at the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Emmetsburg, Maryland.
  • OneLegacy Foundation
    A three-day program and Family Program for children and families who have experienced the death of a significant person who was an organ, eye, or tissue donor through OneLegacy.

Partnership programs are designed to:

  • Identify and customize programs based on the cultural and bereavement practices and needs of the community.
  • Offer 1:1 mentorship and psycho-educational peer support groups to provide campers with uninterrupted and unconditional support throughout the entire program. Programs are facilitated by grief counselors with an expertise in trauma and bereavement. A fun and dynamic environment is designed to engage each child and provide the opportunity to share their grief experience and to receive support and validation from a community of committed resources and peers. Comfort Zone operates from the perspective of “challenge by choice,” a best practice for children impacted by trauma and/or loss. Each child is able to personally own the pace and medium for which they share their experience with the community.
  • Engage and build competence in the family and surrounding community on the topic of bereavement, with a specific focus on childhood bereavement.
  • Collaborate with schools, agencies, organizations, and other community resources to ensure a continuum of care for the children and families served.

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