Featuring some of the latest news about the Society’s programs, events, and more.
“I owe everything to what Lumara has given me… I am able to talk about my grief, I’m able to think about my parents and smile, instead of not being able to think about them without crying” – Lily, aged 17
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Lumara’s 2022-2023 Annual Report highlights our organization’s return to camps, retreats, and in-person programs supplemented by the best of our virtual support and education. It was a year of providing transformative support…
Lumara’s Music Therapist Meaghan Jackson – who has filled Camp Kerry with music since 2007 – has created a whole new camp experience for grieving children, set in the virtual world of Minecraft. Read more in our Spring 2023 Impact Report…
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of the Members of Lumara Grief and Bereavement Care Society (the “Society”) is called for and will be held electronically via video/phone conferencing on the 27th day of June, 2023 at 6 pm PST
We all know the campfire is a special place. This spring, we’re inviting you to Come to the Campfire – Lumara’s community of monthly donors, inspired by the warmth and belonging of this iconic tradition.
What happens at Lumara’s Camp Kerry can sometimes feel like magic. These annual family retreats are a place where joy and grief mingle together. Where those isolated by loss connect with people who finally understand them…
We are now accepting registrations and volunteer applications for our family bereavement retreat program, “Camp Kerry”, which will be help in British Columbia and Ontario the fall of 2023!
We are calling for the nomination of candidates to stand for the Society’s Board of Directors. Member engagement is critical to the success of the Society and the Board relies upon your recommendations for strong candidates.
Love is the foundation of everything we do at Lumara. Love is the reason volunteers, staff,
donors and families are a part of this community.
If you are between 13-19 years of age and grieving the death of a loved one, then come join us for a life-changing adventure on Vancouver Island. Be prepared to experience connection, healing, and hope. You’ll be glad you did!
This holiday season, you can help connect grieving youth with the unique support they need…
Join us from November 4th – 6th while we gather virtually across the Nation as a community impacted by serious illness, grief and loss. Together we will share in three days of connection, inspired learning and hope.