Arnold C Yoder Survivors Foundation

Rating: 5 stars   13 reviews


1575 Westwood Blvd. Ste #205 Los Angeles CA 90024 USA


The Arnold C. Yoder Survivors Foundation (The ACY) is a 501(c) (3) charitable organization dedicated to the support and empowerment of those who have had someone close die. Our mission is to provide a loving, safe environment in which grieving children, families and survivors on both sides of tragic events discover their own unique Grief - Forgiveness - Healing* process through art therapy, support groups & education.


Grief support groups in the Los Angeles area. Increasing awareness through social media for grief support. Nationwide referrals. Radio programing to educate.

Target demographics:

Those grieving the death of someone close.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

8-12 per group, in each 9 week sessions.

Geographic areas served:

Los Angeles with Nationwide Referrals


Grief Support Groups, Art Therapy, Grief Education

2012 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

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ELEVATING HOPE - Renewed Support for the Grieving.... Grieving is a sign that life is & has been present. It effects everyone. It's A GLOBAL HUMAN CONDITION. We are all born into this world and at some point we will all exit. Having a support system during the challenging time of the death of a loved one or someone close is vital for the quality of life to continue. "Give to others that which you desire & it will be added to you." My work in support of this cause has given me much personal benefit & fulfillment on many levels. I am grateful to all who support it as you have helped in my own grief recovery & that of others. Thank you.

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