Innocent children shot while at church with their families...

A friend’s child dies of cancer…

Have you ever felt helpless, wishing you knew what to do for a parent who has had to bury their child?

On Giving Tuesday (November 28), we will be accepting donations specifically for that purpose.

Grieving Parents Sharing Hope (GPS Hope) would like to give away at least 100 special edition hard cover copies of the award-winning book When Tragedy Strikes: Rebuilding Your Life with Hope and Healing After the Death of Your Child to bereaved parents requesting a copy.

Each tax-deductible $20 donation will put this book in the hands of a shattered parent who is looking for help and hope entering the new year without their child.

As you shop for Christmas, please take a moment to give towards those whose lives have come to a halt during the holidays, knowing they will never buy another gift for their child who has left this earth.


Please note: A portion of all donations will also go to Springs of Hope orphanage in Busia Uganda. Founders of GPS Hope, Dave and Laura Diehl, have been involved with this ministry since 2009, and have personally been there multiple times to see the work being done to help these children.

Yes, I want to give a gift of hope to these precious hurting parents.


Extending a light of hope to grieving parents without judgment or shame, and helping friends and family to do the same.

At GPS Hope, We Have a Dream…

  • that no grieving parent should feel alone, isolated and abandoned.
  • that all grieving parents should be able to quickly and easily connect with other bereaved parents for encouragement.
  • that any parent who has had a child die, and his or her faith in God has been shaken, should have a safe place to share their hurts, doubts and anger without judgment or being shunned by other Christians.
  • that those around bereaved parents need to know how to give true comfort and support (which includes physically and emotionally), and learn how to treat grief as the long process it is, instead of an event to “get over and move on.”

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