Virtual Programs

Our virtual programs extend our community with online youth-driven content.

There are millions of young people who are grieving the death of a family member. We create our virtual programming to reach and support as many of these young people globally as possible. Our virtual programs, listed below, also ensure that we provide ways for our summer-camp participants to receive support and navigation tools all year-round.

Screenshot of GRIEF SUCKS

GRIEF SUCKS

A digital content platform for teens

GRIEF SUCKS is a digital content platform for teens that helps them navigate their feelings and offers a place of belonging. It normalizes grief by featuring celebrities talking about personal insights around grief, reviews of grief-related pop-culture content, teens’ candid stories, irreverent videos, and more. GRIEF SUCKS was created with teens for teens.

Experience Craft

Virtual grief support and play on Minecraft

“ExperienceCraft” is a customized Minecraft world built exclusively for grieving kids to give them a safe and supportive community to play and navigate their grief. It is geared to kids ages seven to 14 who have experienced the death of one or more people in their lives, and allows kids to virtually build, play, and reflect about their grief with one another. ExperienceCraft is now open every week from Friday-Sunday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. ET for kids to be a part of creating, connecting, and fun!

Experience Camps on Roblox

Join our virtual scavenger hunt and get grief-smart.

In February, we’re hosting our biggest virtual experience ever, all with the aim of grief education. Join our fun and engaging scavenger hunt on Roblox (the social gaming platform with over 52 million daily active users!) that gives players of all ages opportunities to learn about grief, reflect, and engage with camp-themed activities. It nods to a “classic” camp setting but with more literal magic: think outer space + neon + rainbow fields!

Through compassion, connection, and play, Experience Camps empowers grieving children to embody a life full of hope and possibility.