Yatooma’s Foundation For The Kids provides personalized assistance to families who have lost a parent/spouse. We believe that preventative counseling and support, along with appropriate aftercare, will prevent grieving kids and adults from making poor decisions. The emotional well-being of an individual or family after the death of a loved one is a critical factor in determining future behaviors and actions.
The lawn needs mowing. The bathroom faucet is still leaking. The refrigerator is empty. The little things still need doing. Yatooma’s Foundation For The Kids understands that while the family’s life has changed, the process of daily activity must continue. We will not hesitate to cut the lawn, call a plumber, or go to the grocery store so that a grieving family can instead focus on healing. This kind of everyday assistance is the most practical, and perhaps, the most personal service that the Foundation can provide.
Yatooma’s Foundation For The Kids understands the need for individuals and families to remain financially stable after the death of a parent/spouse. Taxes, probate, and the application for benefits are some of the realities that that a grieving family member must face after their loved one’s death. These realities require clarity and an understanding of the issues involved. Yatooma’s Foundation For The Kids is dedicated to protecting the legal and financial integrity of the surviving family.