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Who We Are

Woman-founded & woman-led.
Grief and love at the core. 

Our History

In February, 1989, Sara Loy was stillborn. She was a beautiful 9 lb., brown haired little girl.  Her mother, Becky, was devastated leaving the hospital without her.

 

But living without her was worse.

In September of that same year, Becky opened the doors of Camp HOPE in memory of her daughter. She was absolutely in awe when 50 children signed up. Fifty children. Children whose grieving families were willing to have faith that they would be safe, loved, and supported at Camp HOPE, even during its very first weekend. Camp HOPE became the first camp for grieving children in Wisconsin and one of the few in existence across the nation.

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And it remains in the family

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