501c3 Non Profit Foundation
Widows Helping Widows...... Healing Happens.

Hope For Widows Foundation

A Supportive Community That Cares.

Your journey is unique; your loss so very personal. Hope for Widows Foundation is here to be a supportive community that you can grow with.

Hope for Widows Foundation a 501c3 Nonprofit Organization is a national support system for, and developed by, widowed women. We are a connection that offers community support and resources, and we hope you will stand and grow with us.

Through our community support, private Facebook Group,  resource section, initiatives, consistent giveaways, online and in-person meet-ups and conferences we serve to offer caring support and connection through the entire grieving process.

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Blogging Community

Resources for Widows

Events & Initiatives

Guided Self-Care App

Widows Comfort Basket

Meet The Mighty


Hope for Widows Foundation offers a newsletter, Private Facebook Group to interact with other ladies, Instagram connection and much more!  We plan consistent initiatives, giveaways, and in-person/ online meet-ups and events.  We hope you join and get involved. 

Women Helping Women

Events & Initiatives

Widow Wednesday 

Join Khadija, Hope For Widows Director live on the Hope For Widows Facebook group  on selected Wednesday’s.

Self Care Saturday

Join Maureen, Hope for Widows Director live on the Hope For Widows Facebook group on selected Saturday’s.

Hope Sister Sunday’s

Join Chasity, Hope for Widows Director live on private conference call line to connect with other Hope Sisters to talk about widowhood on selected Sunday’s

December Series

Hope Sister Christmas Gift Exchange (in Private Facebook Group)

February Series 

Hope Sister Heart Exchange (in Private Facebook Group)

Latest Blog Posts

  • Empty Eyes

    Today marks 4 years since my late husband’s Celebration of Life.  Family and friends came to honor Jared, share stories of his life, and show their support.  It was a day full of love.   Today my Facebook memories were
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  • This One’s for you, Hubs.

    I will never forget the first official time I met Nate in the Spring of 2005. I can still see him coming down the stairs with a large basket of laundry in his hands as his roommate and one of
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  • Self-Care: How do I get over the guilt?

    The weeks and months after my husband passed away the guilt of "could I have done more?" kept me awake at night. When I was at the office, I'd stare at the wall wondering, "why am I being punished?" There's
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  • Self Care – My Camouflage

    Self care September - To be honest, when I was set the task of writing about my own self care, I struggled to put pen to paper. I kept trying to think of different things that I’d done in the
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Years Of Helping Widows


Million Widows in the US


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