Thank you for your donation. 

When it comes to the work of Empty Arms, the value of your financial contribution is truly beyond worth. We also welcome donations of your time, energy and other resources— please see below for other ways you can help Empty Arms to thrive!

If you would prefer to donate by check, please make the check payable to Empty Arms, and mail it to our office: 140 Pine St. Rm 2B Florence, MA 01060

If you'd like to buy a book for our lending library, please pick from our Amazon Wish List.

In the last year, we've served families whose pregnancies ended at 5 weeks, 14 weeks, 26 weeks, 34 weeks, and 41 weeks. We've companioned families in delivery suites and recovery rooms. We've supported families whose loss was impending, as well as those still healing from grief decades old. 

The photos below, taken by local photographers, honor and memorialize the tragically brief time between parents and their baby. Each photo takes our breath away, honoring the sacred moments between parent and child, or between two siblings. With your support, we connect families, share stories, and honor the beautiful babies that touched our lives. From our families to yours, thank you. 

Empty Arms Bereavement Support is a 501(c)3 organization that receives almost all of its support from individual donors who see the incredible value of the work that we do. It brings us great satisfaction to see what a community can accomplish when we all give what we can. Your donation, no matter how big, helps us to continue to do the work that we do.

Other ways you can help:

Beyond dollars and cents, there may be other ways you can help Empty Arms. Do you have a service you'd like to volunteer? Are you fluent in a language other than English and willing to assist us in our efforts to extend our community? Are you an artisan who has something to offer our families, or could donate something to a raffle? Please be in touch if there are other ways you could support our organization and the families we serve. We have been warmed by the creative ways people have offered themselves to us and the families we serve in the past, and we're always open to new ideas.