Kaylen's Write to Heal...for moms that have lost a child

Losing a child is the worst pain any parent could ever have to go through. They shouldn't have to go through it alone.

Something as small as a note of encouragement waiting in the mailbox can be the hope they need to make it through another day. Sometimes, that's the best any of us could hope for.

When my dear friend lost her baby girl at the age of 4 months, I could think of nothing to do to help her. So, I began writing and I began asking others to join me. You all responded in such a powerful way that I wanted to begin the Kaylen's Write to Heal program.

Sign up to be notified when a mom needs a note of encouragement after such a loss. Hopefully, we don't have to write many notes for such a reason, but in the event we do, every note counts.

When I hear of the loss of child, we'll notify you with an address and ask you to drop one card in the mail. That simple. But even something that simple is equally as powerful.

To sign up to be on the email notification list go to Kaylen's Write To Heal. Your words can help a broken heart to mend and keep Kaylen's memory alive.

We are allowing advertising on this page to help raise money for the Kaylen's Write To Heal Fund as well as taking small donations.

Please sign up to be on the email notification list, make a small donation, and contact me if you'd like to advertise to help raise money for the Kaylen's Write To Heal Fund.

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