I had the blessing of attending a Missing Grace conference years ago after experiencing several losses. The speakers and resources were incredibly helpful to me throughout my healing journey. Missing Grace understands loss and grief and has a beautiful way of ministering to individuals and families who are walking this dark road. In my work, I often meet bereaved parents and I always refer them to Missing Grace.
We lost our daughter, Cerissa, several years ago. There is no greater heartache than the loss of a child.
Missing Grace, has been helpful in our healing and we have been most grateful to have such a wonderful resource available to us and the community. We have referred grieving friends to, Missing Grace, to receive support, understanding, and healing as they go through this most difficult journey.
We have also been privileged to host, along with the , Missing Grace organization, the National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, on our lake property.
We released lighted luminaries on the lake in memory of our lost children. All of our memoirs are important, and honoring and remembering our loved ones brings healing.
We know they are in the loving care of our Heavenly Father.
thank you to , Missing Grace, for All of their compassionate care for hurting and grieving families.
Missing GRACE has done so much for me after our son Blake was stillborn. I volunteer to make sure this organization is here for other families who go through loss. I care about this community and Missing GRACE is such a blessing to be involved with. I’ve attended and now help lead the GRACE support group in Rogers and we all participate in the Hope & Hearts Run/ Walk as a family.
I lost my daughter Alyse last year and Missing Grace has been an amazing organization for me! I started going to the support group just a few weeks after and it has been such an important part of my healing!
Missing Grace was so helpful during the time my daughter lost her stillborn son.
Missing Grace walked with us during this storm. Helped and guided us with tips for the funeral and so much more. Even offering free grief support group twice a month. My daughter was able to connect with other couples who had experienced the same loss.
We both continue to volunteer with this organization. Such a blessing to me and my family.
My son was stillborn at 39 weeks. Missing GRACE helped start to fill the hole left by his loss. I have volunteered for years with Missing GRACE and Candy is always genuine, concerned, and gracious in everything she does. She has poured her heart and soul into this foundation.
Phoenix passed away due to daycare neglect 2 days shy of being 3 months and prior to her, I miscarried one. Missing Grace is essential to my healing as I attend their support groups led by Cheri for the last two years and going. Missing Grace honors both my babies through Cheri’s guidance, crafts, and Missing Grace’s events for bereaved parents. This is not a club that anyone wants to be a part of, yet, I have met the most amazing people that have grown to be family through their support.
Missing Grace Foundation is founded and operated by extraordinary people. They provide an essential service for families who have experienced unimaginable pain or hardship in starting a family. I describe the foundation and it's people as: compassionate, selfless, high-integrity, experts, comforting, and angels. It has been my pleasure to support this organization as a volunteer and an outspoken advocate over the years!
Missing Grace is an incredible organization. They helped us through our darkest moments when we lost our son, Noah. True angels are a part of this organization. I’m eternally grateful for all they did for our family!
missing GRACE is absolutely amazing! This organization is founded on dignity, and trust, passion, heartfulness, and support. Our family has been welcomed into the bereavement family with open arms and uplifting hearts.
I lost my twin boys in 2008 due to extreme prematurity. Through Missing GRACE Foundation I found healthy ways to grieve and to remember my babies (Max & Sam) through memorial events like the Hope & Hearts Run! They provided me a way to make a legacy for Max and Sam that were not here to make for themselves! I have logged over 1,000 hours of volunteering and have raised over $ 30,000 in their memory. Being so involved with this nonprofit, I know the funds go right back into foundation and not towards board members or paid employees. GRACE CARE Baskets and Totes, Support Groups and memorial events are a few of the ways this foundation helps.
The sense of community for bereaved parents has been vital for the grieving process for me and I know for many others!
Losing my only sons to prematurity was the the lowest point of my life. This wonderful nonprofit has helped transformed my grief to a source of strength. I have been able to volunteer and fundraise in my sons memory and help them create a legacy they aren't here to make for themselves. Missing GRACE Foundation not only hosts memorial events they provide GRACE Care Baskets while parents are still in the hospital with Baby including time sensitive information while still with your baby. Missing GRACE also facilitates support groups in addition to one on one phone and online support.
The Minnesota Hope & Hearts memorial event was created as the main fundraiser of the Missing GRACE Foundation and has become a meaningful annual event for families to come together to remember our babies. Volunteering for this event has been critical to my healing and coming to terms with the worst loss anyone can suffer. The death of their child