Pop Up Good Grief Cafes

Recently we have launched our new Pop Up Cafés to offer a friendly place out in the community to pop along and find others who may have been through a similar bereavement.  Come and join us for a cuppa and a piece of cake - all are welcome!

The purpose of the Good Grief Pop Up Café is to offer an umbrella of support in local communities and raise awareness of our online database which unite bereavement services across the country.  We provide both the bereaved and bereavement specialists, a way to connect with their local communities and by sharing stories, can hopefully help each other find a way forward.

 

 

Cafe organisers

Our new Resource Pack will be available soon to order for all Cafe organisers.

Inside will be a selection of goodies so you can run your own event and choose when and where the Cafe will open. You may choose to run the Cafe on a regular basis, and/or for one off events to promote a local service, or act as a fundraiser for your own organisation.

Decorate your venue with our bunting and balloons, give out stickers and our Good Grief cards to your attendees and we will supply you with a number of empty belly posters to advertise your event.

Please email us if you are interested in joining our mailing list and we will send you full details and let you know as soon as the packs are ready - hello@nullthegoodgrieftrust.org

 

POP UP CAFE CALENDAR 2019

Bringing the Community Together

Our next Pop Up Cafes will be held monthly in Central London

Venue: Mercato Metropolitano,
42 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6DR
Saturday 16th March - 2pm - 4.30pm

Drop in - pop by for a cup of tea, delicious Italian coffee & cake

Saturday 20th April - 2pm - 4.30pm - (Easter Egg Hunt)

Drop in - if you would like to take part in our Easter Egg Hunt, please book a place hello@nullthegoodgrieftrust.org

Saturday 18rh May - 2pm - 4.30pm

Drop in - tea, coffee, cake & a listening ear or two

 

 

We held our first Pop Up Cafe at this fabulous central London Italian indoor outdoor market. Over 20 people came along, with and without their children who were at all different stages of their grief.  We ate cake, dunked delicious Italian biscotti and even made pasta together in a brilliant Cookery Class.

It was a relaxed few hours spent in the company of others who 'get it'. The warmth, understanding and empathy everyone had for each other was just really lovely to be part of........we hope you will join us soon x