I lost my daughter to a terminal illness 7 years ago. I started a nonprofit, Love Not Lost, to help others terminally diagnosed & support people in grief. Last year, my AMA was on the front page of Reddit. Since then, LNL has grown and I’m bac...
EDIT: at the office today (Sunday) editing photos and getting photo galleries to families before Christmas so keep the questions coming! It will give me something to do while waiting on files to export and upload. Happy Holidays!
Here is the post from last year’s AMA.
Please visit our website to learn more: lovenotlost.org where you can find our FAQ page we added after our AMA last year. Here is our Guidestar Profile if you have questions about our financials.
Since last year, we have added photographer volunteers, added board members, partnered with Northside Hospital, served 30 families, and launched new grief support tools with more in the works. We plan to double the photographer volunteers and the families served in 2019 as we grow our program in GA and finalize our city expansion plan to start scaling to a national level. I also started writing a book to share everything I have learned about grieving and healing.
There are few places where people feel comfortable talking about death, grief, self-care, and healing. I hope to change that. Ask me anything!