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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Counseling, Human Services, Humanities, Mental Health

Mission: New Hope is a committed to helping grieving people find hope and healing.

Target demographics: Anyone of any age who is grieving the death of a loved.

Programs: New Hope provides grief support through education in the community and work place, grief groups for all ages, and camps for children and teens who have suffered the loss of a loved one. Programs available: Kid groups (ages 5-12), Teens (ages 13-18), Young Adult (ages 19-35), Adult (35+), Parents who have lost a child, and Parents who have lost an infant (under 3 years). New Hope also offers a weekend camp twice a year for Kids and Teens who are grieving the death of a loved one.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

This great organization and the people who serve others are so tenderly dedicated to a difficult cause. Their mission is to provide grief support for people of all ages who have lost their special person.
When my precious mom died and then my brother- they were there for me. I attended a grief group with "Linda" and emerged back into life much stronger.
Thank you New Hope!
Kay B.


Client Served

Rating: 5

New Hope Grief Support has been serving our community for many years. When my sister died, the volunteers helped me to reach a state of "new normal". I found everyone to be very compassionate, caring and with excellent knowledge and resources available.


Rating: 4

My name is Alison Barnes and I started as a volunteer with New Hope a few years ago in my free time. Last year, I lost my job and dedicated my time to helping New Hope. New Hope is a grief support community where a person who has lost a loved one can be supported on their journey of grief. I have volunteered for fundraisers and and 3 time for the Kids camp. The stories of people who have been touched by New Hope start very sad and it is such a beautiful thing to watch them bloom into the start of what they call New Normal/New Different. I am now a paid staff and continue to feel blessed that I get to be a part of these people's journey.