News and Events

Imagine Open House February 22

Imagine hosts Open House February 22nd.

Challenges: Managing Life Transitions Workshop

A workshop on managing and traversing various life transitions.

Imagine Receives Grant of $20,000 from the Northfield Bank Foundation

“We are so grateful to The Northfield Bank Foundation for their generous grant of $20,000 for the expansion of our bereavement support programs at our new center in Mountainside!” said Stuart Arnold, Imagine Board Chair.

Letter to the Editor

A heartfelt thank you to Westfield. We are moving, but not too far... .

Program Associate Job Posting at Imagine

Imagine seeks an organized and compassionate individual with clinical and bereavement experience for the position of Program Associate at Imagine. The successful candidate will start in January 2017.

Imagine the Future

We are happy to report we found the ideal new home for Imagine at 244 Sheffield Street in Mountainside. We have signed the lease to move into our new home in January 2017l. Stay tuned for an invitation to our Open House in the New Year!

Fostering Resilience in Grieving Children and Teens Workshop on Children's Grief Awareness Day

We are pleased to once again offer this free workshop, Fostering Resilience in Grieving Children, to all of Circle of Hope members, friends and family on November 17th from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (Pizza Dinner at 6:15 PM). Suggested Donation at the Door: $20

The Mask You Live In: Masculinity and Vulnerability

On October 27th, from 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM, Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss and the First United Methodist Church of Westfield present a screening and discussion of the must see documentary “The Mask You Live In.” The film discusses the consequences that occur when men and boys wear a mask instead of being able to express their grief and openly talk about the impact of the challenges they experience in life.

Development Update and Welcome to New Director of Development Kathy Vergel

Thank you to all of our supporters and donors who have given so generously this year. As 2016 winds down, the last few months of the year will be particularly busy for Imagine. Our move into a new space of our own is imminent, and we could not be more thrilled and grateful to you all for help making this a reality.

Learning How to Lose is a Win for Westfield High School Freshman

Imagine brings its #Here4U program to Westfield High School.