We invite you to join the NACG.
We value the individuals and organizations we have the privilege of working with throughout the year.
The NACG is the only professional membership organization specifically addressing issues about childhood bereavement. Our professional network of members supports those working in communities across the country through education, opportunities for connection, and resources.
Looking for a career in childhood bereavement? View our job opportunities page here to see current vacancies within NACG member organizations.
Ways for Current Members to Get Involved
These groups are facilitated by members on a monthly or quarterly basis. This is a great opportunity for networking and collaboration!
- Grief Camps
- Grieving with Disabilities
- Research & Evaluation
- School Groups
- Serving Spanish-Speaking Grievers
- Volunteer Management
The National Alliance for Children’s Grief has several committees that help drive the work of the alliance. Committees are utilized to provide expertise and experience on a variety of topics. Most committees meet for one hour – every other month. If you are interested in serving on a committee, please find a staff member, board member, or committee chair and find out about opportunities to be engaged in the work of NACG!
We would be honored to have you join a committee as together we can strengthen the work we do!
The Development Committee assists the organization in exploring both fundraising and friend-raising in development opportunities and fundraising activities. The committee meets every other month for one hour.
The Education Committee works to bring the very best educational opportunities to the NACG membership. The committee is invited to make recommendations regarding education opportunities and needs related to the field of childhood bereavement. The committee meets every other month for one hour.
The Membership Committee acts to grow the NACG Alliance by expanding individual/organizational enrollment, membership benefits, and development of initiatives that engage members in awareness of NACG resources and mission. Committee members serve as a resource in support of the NACG Symposium, community outreach and awareness campaigns. The committee meets every other month for one hour.
Workgroups provide a wonderful opportunity to share their expertise and experience in our field. An array of topics are explored, so there is an opportunity to engage in a variety of subject areas.
- Workgroups are time-limited, which is an easier commitment for many.
- Workgroups have a specific purpose with an output. Workgroups allow members to see a project from beginning to end.
- Workgroups provide an opportunity to contribute to a product and reflect a sense of accomplishment. Contributors are cited in the resources that are developed.
- Workgroups need specific representation in skills, knowledge base, field representation, and diversity. The workgroup format allows for the rotation of members to share their expertise and representation.
Upcoming workgroups include:
- Literature Review (Resources for professionals)
- Literature Review (Resources for children and teens)
- Standards of Practice Review
Don’t miss out on the monthly networking calls facilitated by the NACG staff. Find the link to register for the calls in your member email each month.
Leadership Networking Call (Monthly)
This call is appropriate for those who are the lead person in their organization (Executive Director, CEO etc.)
Membership Networking Call (Monthly)
This call is appropriate for all members and multiple representatives from organizations are welcome. We have general group discussions and often switch to functional groups.
Join our professional community.
Since 2004, the NACG has powered up childhood bereavement professionals through support, education, and connection. With over 1,700 members we are together changing communities of support for children who are grieving across the United States. No child should have to grieve alone. Join us in our work and let’s make that a reality!
If you are supporting children who are grieving in your community then the alliance needs your voice.
There are many dedicated member benefits.
Free monthly webinars with CE’s on current topics to support you in your work. Discounts on our other education events sharing insights from practitioners into current issues and trends in childhood bereavement. Access to member dedicated website which houses playback of past webinars.
Connection to a professional community
Access to regularly scheduled member connection calls, discussion hubs, member emails, and Facebook group. These create a unique opportunity to ask questions, seek support, or share insights.
Add your voice to help shape the field of childhood bereavement
Voting privileges to shape the NACG board. Help to shape the field through resource development, aligning standards, and sharing your unique insights and experiences.
10+ Free Webinars
Free ($75 value per webinar) educational webinars with CEs savings.
on registration for the annual National Symposium on Children’s Grief.
on registration for the annual National Conference and Webcast.
potential NACG annual discount.
The NACG members join as individuals. Organizational discounts are available. Our membership year is a rolling year. You will receive 12-months of membership benefits, no matter what month you join.
Discounted Membership: $60
Discounted Rate is for Seniors, Students, and Volunteers. (Note: The age for senior membership is 65.)
Organizational Discounts are available for any organization that supports grieving children, teens, and families. Membership is open to grief centers, hospices, hospitals, support groups, religious organizations, community organizations, mental health organizations – any program that wants to be part of a national network. There are four levels of organizational discounts available.