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Harrys Rainbow Charity Launch 'For The Love Of Grief' Podcast

We are delighted to announce our new podcast - For The Love of Grief. We created this

podcast to raise awareness and better understanding within the bereaved community,

particularly bereaved children and their families.

Odette Mould MBE and Sophia Giblin met through their roles as Charity founders.. Sophia

Harry's Rainbow Charity Patron and Charity Founder of Clear Sky Children's Charity was

bereaved of her mother at just 15 years old, whereas Odette was bereaved of her son when he

was just 5 years old.


The idea was created through the many conversations they shared together about their grief,

and how much they want to create better awareness and understanding within the unique

community they are part of . Grieving can be a lonely and isolating experience which is hindered

by a lack of support and sharing stories can really help and make a difference.Rather than

keeping their conversations to themselves, they decided to share them in the hope of supporting

others. And what better way than through a podcast, when people can listen in at any time, and

in any place to suit them


For the Love of Grief aims to reach all parts of the community, whether affected by grief

themselves or wanting to support others experiencing grief. Odette and Sophia not only share

their own journeys, but with their collective decades of experience, discuss the lessons, the

resources, the tips and the best advice they can offer others on this unprecedented journey.

Odette said 'I recently met with my co-host Sophia to talk about how impactful recording this

insightful podcast has been for the both of us. We have shared our hearts and souls with each

other and soon to be our audience, to educate and support people who are bereaved and the

communities around them. My hope is that this podcast will challenge people's opinions around

death and dying - still a taboo subject! Not just raising the awareness of child bereavement but

also encouraging open conversation and understanding, particularly for the needs of the

bereaved community.'


The podcast launches on Tuesday 5th July. We hope that the podcast provides a platform for

people to feel more open to be able to talk and make decisions for a better and more accepting

and inclusive future.


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