We are a collective of Chicago mothers who have lost their child to gun violence.
We believe in fostering a healing space, based on our Christian beliefs, that prioritizes grieving healthily and bettering our community.
We know that the grief we are feeling can only be understood by those who've experienced the loss of a child. So, we lean on each other for support, guidance and friendship.
In our time together, we host community events like fundraisers, food drives, and toy giveaways. As often as we can, we try to engage with the community by giving back and telling our sons stories.
We know our mental health is important, so we make sure to have fun and make time for each other and our sisterhood community exclusively.
We built The Sisterhood — to allow grieving mothers’ stories to be told, seen, and heard. The Sisterhood empowers and encourages mothers to grieve in healthy ways. We use the love we have for our children to help us come out of the dark spaces of grief — together.