Transitions LifeCare receives grant from 4 Others Foundation

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We are thrilled to announce that Transitions LifeCare has once again been honored with a $40,000 matching grant from the 4 Others Foundation. This generous grant will significantly benefit our Transitions Kids program and Camp BRIGHT, our annual grief camp dedicated to children and teens.

The 4 Others Foundation, based in Raleigh, NC, has been a steadfast supporter of the Transitions Kids’ mission since 2017. Over the years, their contributions have totaled an impressive $275,000. These funds have been strategically matched through the unwavering support of our community donors, effectively doubling the impact and reach of our programs.

The Transitions Kids program offers specialized care and support to children facing life-limiting illnesses, as well as to their families. This program ensures that these young individuals receive compassionate, holistic care tailored to their unique needs. Camp BRIGHT, our annual grief camp, is another cornerstone of our commitment to young people. This camp provides a safe, nurturing environment where children and teens can express their grief, connect with peers who share similar experiences, and develop coping skills through creative and therapeutic activities. Camp BRIGHT is more than just a camp; it’s a lifeline for many children as they navigate their journey of loss and healing.

We extend our deepest gratitude to the 4 Others Foundation for their ongoing support and belief in our mission. Special thanks to Jill Swisher, Grants Director, whose dedication, and hard work have been instrumental in securing this grant. Your generosity and commitment make a profound difference in the lives of countless children and their families.

The impact of the 4 Others Foundation’s grant is magnified by the generosity of our community. To support Transitions Kids and contribute to this matching grant, please contact Christine Casey, VP of Philanthropy, at 919-828-0890 or You can also visit and direct your gift to “Transitions Kids.”

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