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Our Grief Community is a new expansion of our commitment to providing service opportunities for individuals and families who may be grieving the loss of a loved one. We desire to walk with those who are hurting and find ways to heal as a community and a Global Family. Follow our blog for stories of encouragement, inspiration, and ways to connect.

OUR Grief Community

Touch A Life’s story started with grief. After the loss of their teenage son, Touch A Life co-founders, Pam & Randy Cope, found healing and purpose through serving others, both around the world and in their own neighborhood. Since then, one of Touch A Life’s goals has been to connect grieving families with legacy projects that provide families with the same hope and purpose that the Copes discovered after their devastating loss. Through generosity and service, these legacy families have blessed Touch A Life with structures, sponsorship, and donated items needed by the children in our care, and through that service these families have found healing.

No matter your experience with grief and loss, there is a community to walk with you. If you are interested in serving with Touch A Life or creating a legacy project, we would be happy to speak with you. Every situation is unique, so a conversation with our team is the perfect place to start.

Contact us via email or call our Dallas office at (972) 725-9380.

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