Willow Center, Inc. For Grieving Children
Where children, teens and families learn to grieve and heal from the death of someone close to them.
Help, Hope, Healing

4th Week of Gratitude

November 22nd–Today Willow Center is thankful for the support from the hospitals in our region: St. Joseph Regional Medical Center, Tri-State Memorial Hospital, Pullman Regional Hospital and Gritman Medical Center. These institutions provide the community with quality healthcare services that promote wellness, relieve suffering and restore health; they usher in new life with the same care and compassion at the end of life. Thank you for all you do in the community!

November 24th–Today we are thankful for our Camp Erin donors who understand the power of a weekend camp where children can grieve together.

November 25th–Today we thank each of our Camp Erin Volunteers who dedicate themselves so entirely for that very special weekend. The love and genuine caring you extend is invaluable in making that experience what it is for our campers—a place “where children learn to grieve and heal.”

 November 26th–Thank you Jason Harwick and Rosie’s Ribs for the time and services you volunteer to make our Annual Family Dinner possible. Our Annual Family Dinner is a special time of remembrance, connection, and sharing for families to honor their loved ones and your efforts make it possible.

November 27th–Thank you Allison Levenseller and the caring staff at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Pullman for the use of your meeting room, and donation for The Little Big Wagon Raffle. We appreciate how accommodating you are and the example you set with your commitment to community involvement.

November 28th–A very big thank you today for every donation shared with Willow Center no matter how small. Tips from wait staff, coins from school children, new books and toys, monetary gifts in memory of a loved one, each contribution is an expression of love for those who have died and those who carry on without them. No donation escapes us. We are moved by your generosity daily and thank you very much.

November 29th–Today we want to thank the hard working Willow Center Staff and Volunteer Program Coordinators whose countless hours and dedication bring our mission to life, impacting the lives of grieving children and families of the quad cities.

November 30th–Thank you Northwest Best Entertainment for their charitable spirit. Their partnership through the Lewiston Brewfest helps to directly fund Camp Erin, “where children learn to grieve and heal.”



PO Box 1361
Lewiston, Idaho 83501

Administrative Office address: 0309 2nd St. Lewiston, Idaho 83501

Joni Drake, Executive Director

Twin County United Way - Clarkston, Washington