The outpouring of support after the tragedy at Sandy Hook afforded Newtown, Connecticut much needed training, counseling and financial resources. The Ana Grace Project is aware that there are children around the country who suffer traumatic loss, toxic stress, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and do not receive such supports and opportunities. It is the mission Continue reading
The “Love Wins” movement of The Ana Grace Project recognizes that all children/families have stories and every story has value. We believe that all children and families can succeed with proper supports – and healthy relational networks are essential. Through our partner schools, professional development, and music/arts initiatives, The Ana Grace Project reaches thousands of children, families , and providers in education, medicine, mental health/social services, and the private sector.
Love wins. It also saves lives.
The Ana Grace Project in the Media: Nelba Márquez-Greene on the ‘Constant Pressure to Hurry Your Healing’ After Tragedy October 9, 2019 Mother of Sandy Hook shooting victim speaks at school safety conference in Lake Elmo, Minn. October 2, 2019 Victims’ families describe living with the grief brought by mass shootings: “It was like I Continue reading
I don’t get to put my daughter on the bus. My son doesn’t get to sit next to his best friend. My husband will never see his baby girl dance in another recital or graduate from college. Her best friends, some pictured here, still ask why this happened.
Yet our hearts cry out, “LOVE WINS”.
The Center is dedicated to promoting love, connection and community for every child and family through research, practical community steps (toolbox) and professional development.
Promoting love, connection, and community for every child and family