FROM THE CEO
I would like to begin by introducing myself. My name is Matthew Page, and I founded this non-profit back in May 2018, in honor of my parents, Mary and Gene Page, who have passed 11 years ago when I was just 16. I struggled with my feelings after this devastating loss. My brother, 8 years my senior, was dealing with the loss in his own way, and I didn't have anyone else to turn to or know of any place to go to seek help. I want to use my experience to help others dealing with similar tragedies. This non-profit will connect grieving children together to create a support system. You don't have to grieve alone.
Please enjoy this site as it will provide you with much information about our past, present, and future. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Page, CEO and Founder
A foundation that helps aide children who have lost their parents at a young age and help them grieve.
By the year 2025, The Page Boy Foundation will be a statewide organization that will help Grieving Children Connect so nobody feels alone.
The children we help are those who are having trouble coping or just want to be around others who have been affected by the same situation. Our Goal, is to make sure we are not alone.
OVERVIEW OF FOUNDATION
History of The Page Boy’s Foundation
The Page Boy’s Foundation, was created in 2018 by Matt and Paul Page. In honor of their parents, who they lost when Paul was 24, and Matt was 16. We both felt that it was time to give back, and let others who have been in this situation that they are not alone.
What do we offer?
It is not what we offer, it’s who we offer to! We are a Foundation that will cater to ages 4-25. We will have activities going on throughout the year to help raise money for our cause to help the kids with grieving councilors, events, and more!
At the moment, the only major accomplishment we have are successfully opening this amazing Foundation.