A resource for families who lose a child.
Walk In Sunshine’s mission is to provide assistance to families who have lost a young child in the New Jersey area in addition to providing online resources for families all around the world.
Walk In Sunshine is an organization whose premise is to be there for parents both financially and spiritually, who have lost young children. Losing a child can be one of the hardest moments a family can go through.
We can help answer some of the smaller questions…
What We Do
For those families residing in New Jersey, Walk In Sunshine is able to provide financial assistance for those who have lost a child. If you would like to apply for financial assistance please fill out the following form:
From jewelry to art to music to even different kinds of memorial items, the remembrance of your child does not end with burial.
Take a look at some of the educational. organizations, books, and articles we offer to get you through this difficult time.
Apart from offering resources to bereaved parents, Walk In Sunshine is proud to offer financial donations to families who need support. If you are interested in donating to Walk-In Sunshine, please complete the form below. A member of our organization will contact you, or donate to us digitally by clicking the button below.
Where it all started.
When we would be lying in bed at 2am in the weeks and months after our son passed away, with the pain still so raw and intense, inevitably you would jump on your phone and google topics about loss and child death but for some reason we would only stumble upon the same low quality links. Who knows maybe our brains were in a fog and it was user error, but we knew we couldn’t possibly be alone in this journey.
We knew we needed to make it easier for grieving parents to get to the information they needed.
If you have experienced a loss in New Jersey here are some local organizations that may also be able to help.
News & Updates
Pediatric cancer is one of the scariest diagnoses a parent can hear. While advancements in medicine have contributed to higher survival rates, pediatric cancer is the leading cause of death by disease for children under the age of 15 (acco.org). At Walk In Sunshine,...
Death by suicide or overdose is a leading cause of death for women in the first year after they give birth (WebMD). Suicide is a tragic outcome of untreated postpartum depression, and pregnancy and postpartum are among high-risk time periods for developing depression...