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Long-Term Grief Support Groups Open in Parkland

September 7, 2018

PARKLAND, FLA - Free grief support groups for Parkland and Coral Springs residents will be offered later this month at Heron Heights Elementary School.

The groups are being offered by the Children’s Bereavement Center (CBC) in partnership with VITAS Healthcare and Parkland Cares on Sept. 17

Last February, when the Parkland and Coral Springs were rocked by tragedy, the CBC ...

Circuit Workout with Manny Mair, a Fundraiser for Parkland Cares, August 25

PARKLAND, FLA - One-to-One Fitness will hold a circuit workout on Saturday, August 25 to benefit Parkland Cares.  "Strength in Numbers Circuit Workout with Manny Mair" will feature training and coaching by Manny Mair, in a full-body circuit workout.  All fitness levels are welcome.

All proceeds will benefit Parkland Cares to provide immediate and long-term funding and ...

Parkland Cares Awards $75,000 in Grants for Mental Health Services

PARKLAND, FLA - On Monday morning, Parkland Cares awarded $75,000 in grants to three non-profit organizations in the community to help offer mental health services in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas tragedy.  Each organization received a grant of $25,000.  The organizations included Behavioral Health Associates, Henderson Behavioral Health, and Children's Bereavement ...

California Musicians Create Tribute to Parkland Shooting Victims

ANAHEIM, CA, - A group of California musicians have recorded a song in tribute to the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

The song, accompanied by a video, is called "I Hope You Can Hear Me." It was written and performed by musician Sean Oliu and the group Darden, composed of Selah Darden, Clarah Darden, Havila Darden and Tabithah Darden. Also performing on ...


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