Get Going for Grief
Cycling for Baptist Centers for Good Grief
Saturday, Jan. 6 at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Get Going for Grief is a special opportunity for cycling enthusiasts to get a great workout and support a wonderful cause.
On Saturday, Jan. 6, join other cyclists at CycleBar in Germantown for a 30-minute ride to raise awareness and funds to provide free grief counseling and camps for Mid-South children and families. All proceeds from this special event benefit the Baptist Centers for Good Grief.
This year, we are offering two rides starting at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Registration is $25 per person and includes an event t-shirt. To reserve your spot, complete the registration form below. CycleBar is located at 7685 Farmington Road in Germantown, Tennessee.
This event is hosted by the Baptist Centers for Good Grief and the Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation.
About the Baptist Centers for Good Grief
Baptist Memorial Health Care offered Camp Good Grief the first grief camp for children in the Mid-South in 1999, and opened the Baptist Trinity Center for Good Grief, the first comprehensive grief center for children, teenagers, and adults in the region in 2005. Baptist moved its grief center to Collierville, Tennessee in 2010, under the name Kemmons Wilson Family Center for Good Grief. In 2017, Baptist recognized the need to expand its grief services and opened two new bereavement centers — in midtown Memphis, Tennessee, and Jonesboro, Arkansas. In 2023, Baptist opened Dorothy’s Cottage, an expansion of the grief center on the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville campus. These four locations make up the Baptist Centers for Good Grief, the first and only comprehensive bereavement centers offering free year-round grief services to Mid-Southerners.
About Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation
Established in 1983, the Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation raises funds to support Baptist Memorial Health Care’s ongoing research initiatives, procure new equipment and technology, provide financial support for Baptist patients and employees, and fund scholarships and grants for future generations of health care professionals. The Baptist Foundation is funded by donor gifts, and 100% of those gifts for their intended purpose. Your generous gifts help us provide grief support, financial assistance for patients of all ages, health care for the homeless community, scholarships for students training as health care professionals and many other needs in the communities we serve.