Because No Parent Should Go Through Losing a Child Alone
Here at JT's Way
We assist families grieving from the loss of a child through assistance with funeral expenses, emotional support, guidance through the grief process and help them in their healing journey. While paying for funeral expenses we help navigate picking a funeral home, burial plot or cremation services and provide families with grief counseling resources.
Ways you can help!
Tell others about our organization!
If you would like to find out about ways you could volunteer, please click below and fill out our volunteer form.
Sponsor an Event
If you would like to sponsor one of our events, please hit the button below to visit our events page. You can hit the sponsor button at the bottom of the event you would like to sponsor.
Sponsor Childs Funeral
If you would like to sponsor a child's funeral or find out more details about what sponsoring a funeral entails. Please hit the sponsor funeral button and it will take you to a page where you can sign up to sponsor or find out more details.
The Lord is close to the brokenhearted; he rescues those whose spirits are crushed. The righteous person faces many troubles, but the Lord comes to the rescue each time.
Psalm 34: 18-19
How to Help a Grieving Friend or Family Member
The family will forever need your prayers. Be present and available, if you can. However, if you cannot, then make sure to do your best to let them feel your presence. You will never know how much this aides in the healing process.
SEND A CARD
Sending a card or gift card are great ways of letting the family know that you are thinking of them. Don’t just say “let us know if you need anything” because they won’t let you know. Also don’t forget extended family members such as grandparents and siblings. They are not only grieving, but also watching their family member grieve as well. It is overwhelming for everybody and showing love will always brighten someone’s day.
For months and years afterwards, they will still need you. It will get harder before it gets better, and it will never be better, just bearable. The first month of a child passing, parents and family members are in a fog and won't remember much. The months to come, they will still need people to love on them. So do just that, love on them.