Get Involved!

Fox Valley Hands of Hope offers a wide variety of support groups and programs that cater to every kind of grief. We also host fundraising and awareness events throughout the year.

The programs listed below are either single day sessions held once a year, or are on-going and held once every month in the year. Click here to learn more about our multi-week programs and individual counseling. Want to enroll in a program? Email to learn how to get involved.

The fundraisers listed below are either on-going or happening soon! Want to participate in a fundraiser? Email to see how you can help!


Love craft beer and supporting FVHH? Join this event February 24th, 2022!

Click this link to learn more about the event and purchase tickets.

Join FVHH on Children’s Grief Awareness Day – Nov 18th at 6:30 p.m. –  for our Zoom visit with children’s book author Sarah Sommer! We will read her newest book, My Cat is Blue, and talk a little bit about grief and what it means.

Each child in attendance will be entered into a drawing to win a prize package featuring a signed copy of My Cat is Blue and a plush cat toy.

Prior to the event, you will receive an email containing the Zoom link as well as coloring pages from the book. Register for this event here,

Create a team, remember lost loved-ones, and fundraise in their honor for FVHH’s no-cost grief services. Click here to learn more.

Thank you to everyone who participated this year! Stay tuned for information about the 2022 event.

Love golf? Why not play a round while supporting a great cause? Join us August 9th, 2021 at Eagle Brook Country for our annual Golf Classic! Click here to learn more.

Thank you to everyone who participated this year! Stay tuned for information about the 2022 event.

Bid on excited packages through this raffle that supports FVHH’s no-cost grief support services!

Thank you to everyone who participated this year! Stay tuned for information about the 2022 event.

Are you interest in hosting a Do-It-Yourself Fundraiser on behalf of Fox Valley Hands of Hope? Click here to learn more.


A seminar focused on helping process grief during the holiday season, including ways to incorporate loved ones into holiday traditions. There will be two virtual and two in-person options available. In-person sessions will offer support to children and teens (aged 5 and up) in addition to adults. Virtual sessions are for adults only.

Stay tuned for Fall/Winter 2022 dates.

This memorial is at our Support Center and features a lighted walkway and tags to honor the many lives lost during this challenging time. Community members affected by COVID-19 loss can write the name of their lost loved ones on the tags.

If you would like to hang a tag to honor your loved-one at any point in the year  you can come to the Support Center to pick the tag up and hang it. Please call 630.232.2233 ahead of time to let us know you are stopping by!

This group, available in both English and Spanish, is for people suffering from losses due to the pandemic. Click here for current dates for this program!


This program will bring together families who are coping with loss for a day of fun, hope, and healing. Click here for dates and location.


Life After Caregiving is an on-going support group for former Caregivers who have lost a loved-one along with their role as a Caregiver.


Passages is an on-going support group for parents who are coping with the loss of their life partner while also managing their children’s grief.

M.A.L.E.S. is an on-going support group for men who have lost a loved one.