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About us


WALK WITH ME IS DEVOTED TO GIVING PRACTICAL, FINANCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SUPPORT TO FAMILIES WHO ARE LEARNING TO LIVE IN THE WAKE OF THEIR CHILD’S DEATH PRIOR TO OR SHORTLY AFTER BIRTH. IT IS OUR MISSION TO PROVIDE REFUGE FOR GRIEVING FAMILIES AND HELP THEM BREAK THROUGH BARRIERS THAT STAND IN THE WAY OF HOPE.


if you have found yourself here, then you or someone you love is likely experiencing one of the greatest losses this life has to offer. we are so very sorry this is your story...

Dear Families,

First of all, I would like to offer my deepest sympathies for the loss or anticipated loss of your child. My heart breaks knowing there are so many families – like yours – who have found themselves in the agonizing place where I once was. In the summer of 2012 my husband and I lost our sweet baby boy, Logan, to a terminal disorder shortly after he was born. There are very few people who can understand the journey of grief we struggle with – I am so sorry you are among the few who do. After losing our son we embarked on the very long and uncharted path of grief and healing. We now understand no one should have to make this journey alone. People have often told me how brave I am – although to be honest most of the time I do not feel that way. But now I’m going to tell you what I have heard countless times – you are strong, you are brave, you are not alone, and even though it may not feel like it now, joy is not forever lost. You are in our thoughts and prayers often and we would be honored if during this season of life you would let us walk with you.

Jamie Stewart
Co-Founder & Executive Director


MAYBE I CAN’T STOP THE DOWNPOUR, BUT I WILL ALWAYS JOIN YOU FOR A WALK IN THE RAIN
— UNKNOWN
photo courtesy of Farrah Jobling, NILMDTS

photo courtesy of Farrah Jobling, NILMDTS


what we do

Equip families with the necessary tools to begin the healing process.

Offer love, support, and and most importantly an "understanding ear."

Provide a monthly support group to help cultivate relationships with other WWM families.

Encourage remembrance and celebration of the precious life that was lost.


who we help

At this time we are able to support Colorado families who …

  • Have received a terminal diagnosis of their unborn child

  • Have experience a loss or stillbirth past 24 weeks gestation

  • Have experienced infant death shortly after birth or in the first months of life

We believe every loss – regardless of gestation – is tragic. Pain is pain and sorrow is sorrow. There is no way to measure grief and our hearts are heavy for each and every family that has endured any type of pregnancy or infant loss. If you do not fit into the scope of who we are able to support at this time, please visit our Resource Page to help find an organization whose mission is a perfect fit to your story.


Please contact us if you have any questions about whether or not you qualify for our services