Thank you to...

Thanks to our Friends at Regal Cinemas!


Regal Cinemas donated $18,800 to Ele's Place during their Grand Opening Ceremony
held on July 10, 2014.

  Pictured (L to R) are Sara Miller, Ele's Place, Jane Aldrich and Sheri Jones, WLNS and Theresa Agrusa, WILX.


With sincere appreciation to GM Foundation for their donation of $4000

to Ele's Place - Lansing.


Thank you to Comerica Bank for donated $3,000 to the Lansing Ele's Group program.


THANK YOU to the Junior League of Lansing for their $750 grant to underwrite the purchase of a sandtray, sand and a varied collection of miniature figures for our new group rooms in the basement.

(NEW Junior League of Lansing members in photo)


Ele's Place - Lansing will receive a $15,000 grant from the Granger Foundation, to support our children’s grief support groups



Many thanks to Student Book Store for hosting an autogragh signing with

Spartan Basketball great - Draymond Green!


Artist, Timothy Orikri, presents Ele’s Place Managing Director, Lori Bosch, with a painting of a mother and child from his collection which is currently on display at Art Alley in Lansing.


Ele’s Place Receives $10,000 Grant through the Walmart Foundation

to expand children’s grief support group programming in Lansing and Ann Arbor. 


New York Life Foundation Grants $25,000 to Ele's Place! 

Ele’s Place is the recent recipient of a $25,000 grant from New York Life Foundation. Ele’s Place is one of 22 bereavement providers that received the funding as part of a national effort to help expand grief support services to diverse and disadvantaged youth in local areas across the country. The New York Life Foundation partnered with The National Alliance of Grieving Children to identify deserving bereavement providers. The grant will be used to launch a pilot program with Ypsilanti and Willow Run Middle Schools to provide school-based bereavement support to children who have experienced the death of a loved one.


The Linden Classic awards donations to charity in lieu of trophies!

The Linden Classic, an invitational cross-country event hosted by Linden High School, honors its top teams by donating to the charities of the team's choice in lieu of awarding trophies. Two womens' cross country teams chose Ele's Place to receive funds - Bath High School and Milford High School (pictured below in that order)

Thank you, ladies!



A Little HOPE, Inc. chooses Ele's Place for $25,000 grant

to expand our Ele's Group school based program in three local middle schools.  This will allow us to serve 35 additional grieving children who are unable to attend our onsite programs. 

Little HOPE, Inc. is a not-for-profit which grants funds to organizations that provide bereavement support services and grief counseling to children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or loved one.


Comerica Bank donated $3,000 to the Ele's Group program.

(Left) Lori Bosch, Ele's Place Managing Director with Mike DeMartelaire of Comerica Bank.