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Palo Alto agency offers hope to those who grieve

Original post made on Nov 9, 2012

Kara, a Palo Alto-based nonprofit, provides therapy to those coping with terminal illness or dealing with the death of a loved one. In 2011, Kara helped 1,838 individuals cope with trauma and loss.

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Posted by Bonnie Goodman
a resident of Stanford
on Nov 9, 2012 at 11:03 am

As a current volunteer counselor, now in my 11th year, it is a priviledge to be part of the Kara family who support grieving folks in our community. I applaud Marizela Maciel's efforts and accomplishments to extend the services to our spanish-speaking neighbors. Kara just keeps getting better and better.


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Posted by Gunn Mom
a resident of Gunn High School
on Nov 12, 2012 at 10:41 am

Kara did some amazing work at Gunn a few years ago when the student tragedies happened there. But one thing I learned is that much of this fine organization's work is supported by donations. I don't work for Kara nor do I volunteer for them, but I do give to support their work. During this holiday season when grief is such an enormous burden for those who have lost loved ones, please consider giving to keep Kara going for everyone in sorrow who needs them. Here's their website: Web Link


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