SeeSaw supports young people who may be struggling to come to terms with the death of a mum, dad, sister or brother.
About a third of bereaved children can experience severe difficulties and need extra help. Without expert support at this critical time, these children can face emotional problems in later life.
SeeSaw’s aim is to give bereaved children in difficulty the support they need, so that they can move forward and face the future with hope.
Because SeeSaw’s highly trained volunteers give their time for nothing and several members of the small core staff are part time, SeeSaw is able to keep the costs of it’s service to a minimum.
This means that for just under £300,000 a year SeeSaw is able to provide a comprehensive service to the whole of Oxfordshire, offering advice and support to families, advice and training to professionals, literature and resources and dedicated, tailored grief support for children.
SeeSaw relies on donations from the local community, the corporate sector and charitable bodies in order keep it’s specialist service going.
Thank you for your support.