The Children’s Room wants to raise awareness about the prevalence and impact of coping with illness or death as a college student. We invite everyone to participate in the National College Student Grief Awareness Week, hosted by the National Students of AMF. Here is a preview of the week’s events:
Everyday: wear black and red, the official colors of the mission.
Day 1: Send the Today Show clip on the founding of National Students of AMF to family and friends
Day 2: Distribute flyers about grief among college students to family and friends
Day 3: Reach out to a family member or friend coping with the illness or death of a loved one
Day 4: Share information about National Students of AMF with students at colleges
Day 5: Find a way to honor the loved one you lost
Day 6: Watch the video on the founding and mission of National Students of AMF. Share the video with 10 or more people.
Day 7: Spread information on the upcoming National Conference on College Student Grief and Boot Camp 2 Beat Cancer. Both events are sponsored by National Students of AMF.
For more information on the the National College Student Grief Awareness Week visit the National Students of AMF website