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Girl in Therapy

35 for 35


For 35 years we’ve worked in Kingston, helping thousands of bereaved adults, young people and children cope with the death of a loved one.


Now, like many charities, due to significant reductions in funding we are in vital need of funds to ensure the long-term survival of our critical service.


Desperate times demand desperate measures - so we have set up a Local Giving appeal with the aim of raising £70,000 to help stabilise the organisation. 


If you can donate £35 it will help us continue to support people in our local community when they need us most. 


And if you have a business in Kingston we’d love to help you support your staff as part of your ESG initiatives.


Thank you from everyone at Kingston Bereavement Support (formerly Kingston Bereavement Service). 

You can donate here



We are pleased to announce we will be starting our Bereavement Cafe again from Thursday 2nd November.  The cafe will run on the first Thursday of every month from 1.30 - 3pm at our offices in Kingston. A bereavement cafe is a place where people can feel safe to talk about how their bereavement is affecting them.  Come along and have a chat and a cuppa.


There is a £30 charge for assessments for the adult service, and the cost is £5 with proof of benefits.  We aim to keep our ten sessions of counselling free of charge.  If finance is a barrier to you attending, please do talk to us.  


Would you like to make a difference to bereaved members of our community? We are currently recruiting for the following roles:


The Board of Trustees is responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of Kingston Bereavement Service, its financial health and developing its aims and objectives in line with the governing document and legal and regulatory guidelines. We are particularly looking for Trustees with fundraising or clinical experience, especially with children and young people. Please click here to read more and find out how to apply.

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