For Children Coping with Grief
The Wilbert Foundation provides crucial funds and resources for supporting children and their families as they cope with the trauma of grief, death, or preparation for surgery.
When a family member dies, surviving children often struggle with the meaning of life and death. Without proper grief counseling, a child’s wounded emotions can develop into lifelong problems.
The Wilbert Foundation pledges grants to hospital Chaplaincy programs that are used for volunteers, counselors, ministers and awareness initiatives that help guide children back to peace, hope and comfort after their ordeals.
Learn more about The Wilbert Foundation.
For First Responders Who Die in the Line of Duty
Firefighters, law enforcement officers and emergency medical technicians who die in the line of duty are provided a customized, Stainless Steel Triune® burial vault through Wilbert’s Commemorating First Responders program. If the choice is cremation, we provide an urn as well as a Stainless Steel Triune urn vault if the cremated remains are to be buried.
As a final tribute, a WilbertWay® graveside service is provided at no charge to the family, if permitted by the cemetery.
With gratitude to our fallen first responders and their families, Wilbert and Wilbert Licensees extend our contribution to honor heroic lives, sacrificed in valiant service.
Learn more about Commemorating First Responders.