Ellie's Way Care Packages
Ellie’s Way, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, would like to provide a “Care Package” to bereaved parents after the loss of a child. As bereaved parents ourselves, we have designed a customized gift box that includes beautiful images, poetry, encouraging words, books, music, support group information, and customized jewelry!
Sponsor a Care Package
The sponsorship cost for each Care Package is $50.00.
100% of your donation will be used to bring joy and support to bereaved parents. We are an ALL volunteer nonprofit organization supported by donations.
Each Care Package includes:
- Comforting music from artists such as Steven Curtis Chapman, Laura Story, Ellie Holcomb, or John Waller
- Books about grief and loss from a Christian perspective
- Growing Through Grief (About Tomorrow – Audio CD)
- Custom digital image with poem
- Custom jewelry Inspirational gifts (keychain, token, coin, photo stone)
- Support group information customized for recipient
We will let you know when your sponsored Care Package ships to a recipient and provide any feedback received to you. Please donate to bring some joy to those that have lost a child.
Learn More About Ellie's Way
Visit our website, www.ElliesWay.org.
“We want to thank you soooo much for the AMAZING package we received this morning. It was soooo wonderful. I can not express how much I appreciate the shawl, bracelet, and necklace. I will now be able to carry more of Karson with me each and every day. It is by far one of the most special gifts we have received. You hold a very special place in my heart. Thank you very much!”
– Kayla B., Indiana
"We received a care package from Ellie’s Way. Everything was absolutely amazing! What a blessing (actually multiple blessings)! THANK you so much. The items with Jake’s picture will be treasured keepsakes and the poem on the plaque is truly a perfect way to get perspective and a “picture” of the movement from life to Heaven. The books, pamphlets, music, thoughts, and resources are all so inspiring and give gentle guidance. I could go on and on, but the point is that you all have come up with a very generous and truly thoughtful care package that does just what it should do: you are obviously giving directly from your hearts and souls to the hearts and souls of others in need. As you know, the loss of a child is particularly heart-breaking and soul-wrenching. I think you have found a balance of comfort, hope, inspiration, sentiment, and reassurance, among other things. God bless you in this ministry and for reaching out through your own pain to help others in the walk through their suffering!"
– Anita Banta, Georgia