In line with the latest Government guidance due to Covid-19, we have suspended all our groups, school and individual support. We have also had to make the very difficult decision to temporarily close the Charity. We need to do this to get through this difficult and uncertain time and be able to continue to support families in the future.
We know that in uncertain times like this, children and young people need reassurance and we know many grieving families will be looking for support. Please click here to visit our Covid-19 webpage. which will be updated regularly with information, advice and guidance on where support can be found
An Update on our Services
Jeremiah’s Journey has seen a significant increase both in the volume and complexity of its casework and this was putting strain on the budget even before the Covid-19 crisis. The charity urgently needs funds to support and expand its front-line clinical work. The charity needs to raise £25,000 p/m just to maintain its current work and, of course,
more to expand and meet the growing need. Every donation, however big or small, is important to us and to the children and families we support. We thank all our supporters for their generosity and hard work on the charity’s behalf.
A charity for grieving children,
young people and their families
From group to individual sessions, we are here to support you through difficult times.
Support for Families
We host a variety of events
throughout the year and would
love your support!
Fun Ways to
Join #TeamJeremiah at our fundraising events or support groups and help to make a real difference in the lives of bereaved children.
Volunteer with Us
Join like-minded businesses
and individuals in our charity
Since 1996, we have been providing support to children, young people and their parents/carers when the future feels uncertain or when hope feels lost. Our work covers Plymouth and the surrounding areas.
Supporting children who are facing the death of a parent or have experienced the death of someone significant, can be hugely beneficial. Children who feel more able to cope with their grief, often report that they have improved concentration at school and less difficulties in expressing and dealing with their emotions.