News and Events

Imagine Celebrates our Volunteers and Looks to the Future

Over 100 volunteers and their family and friends filled the new space at Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss on April 27th for the fifth annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Dinner, music, coffee and awards were provided to show the volunteers how special and appreciated they are!

Imagine New Center Benefits from Stellar Pro Bono Design Work of Amy Yin Interiors

“Everyone who has come to visit or receive service exclaims how beautiful the space is and comments how they immediately feel at home and safe,” said Mary Robinson, Imagine Executive Director. “We were able to turn a very corporate, almost industrial space, into a warm, welcoming and healing space thanks to the incredible design talent and hard work of Amy Yin Interiors of Short Hills who donated all of her time and expertise. We are deeply grateful to Amy and her company.”

Imagine Open House and Ribbon Cutting

Over 100 people turned out on Thursday, February 22nd at Imagine for an Open House and a Ribbon Cutting at Noon with the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

Welcome to Our Newest Volunteer Facilitators!

Check out our first class of volunteers trained at the new center.

Like a Good Neighbor! Thank You, State Farm!

Imagine is surprised with a $5,000 grant from State Farm Insurance at our Ribbon Cutting!

First Lady Mary Pat Christie Honors Mary Robinson as NJ Hero

First Lady Mary Pat Christie named Mary Robinson, founder and executive director of Imagine in Mountainside as her first New Jersey Hero of 2017 and 46th New Jersey Hero overall.

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... .