Interactive Experience: What Would You Do?

We’ve put together an interactive experience to demonstrate the kind of hard choices you might face while simultaneously grieving an unexpected loss. After you’ve had a chance to participate, please consider sharing the link with those in your communities who might be interested in helping grieving families as they navigate to a new normal. Click […]

A Wonderful Fall Fundraiser 2023

Thank you to everyone who joined us or contributed this year during our annual fall fundraiser! We appreciate the continued support, as this event continues to be our largest fundraiser and we are looking forward to creating another awesome experience for our supporters.

Taking the Pressure Off: Tina’s Story

“When my husband passed away in January of 2014 I had not heard of the Kinzler Foundation until someone within our church had mentioned it to me. They brought me the application to receive potential financial help for my family.”

Helping a Neighbor: Angie’s Story

The Kinzler Foundation helped cover the funeral costs for Angie’s sister after she suddenly passed away, leaving her 12-year-old daughter and family to mourn her loss.

“Now It’s All Up To Me”: Andrea’s Story

“My kids and I are alone. Now it’s all up to me.” That’s what was going through Andrea’s mind as she struggled with how to move forward after the sudden loss of her beloved husband David.

Dan’s Story

“She was so caring. Family first… but with another love to spread around to everybody,” Dan remembers. When his wife suddenly passed away, Dan and his three children needed support.

You Are Not Alone: Jelena’s Story

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy recently wrote about loneliness, stating, “Our epidemic of loneliness and isolation has been an under-appreciated public health crisis that has harmed individual and societal health. Our relationships are a source of healing and well-being hiding in plain sight—one that can help us live healthier, more fulfilled and more productive lives.”