April 18, 2011
GRIEVING MOTHERS FIND HELP AND HEALING AFTER TRAGEDY
Local Nonprofit Hosts Retreat for Mothers Coping With the Loss of a Child
The sudden loss of a child is a devastating event for a parent. Recognizing that this particular type of loss requires a particular type of healing, the Tim Griffith Foundation, a local nonprofit, has created the Meadowlark Retreat to offer mothers a safe place to grieve, connect and heal.
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March 21, 2011
DRAMATIC RESULTS IN LOCAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EFFORTS
The Tim Griffith Foundation Celebrates Success of Funded Program in Recognition of National Youth Violence Prevention Week, March 21-25
The week of March 21-25 is National Youth Violence Prevention Week, and The Tim Griffith Foundation is one local nonprofit that is proudly honoring this important week, as it continues its commitment to funding violence prevention and peaceful resolutions programs here in our community.
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GALA HONORS MEMORY OF TIM GRIFFITH
The Daily Journal – January 4, 2010
“IMAGINE” — the Fifth Annual Gala and Fundraiser for the Tim Griffith Memorial Foundation — included a croquet tournament, dinner and silent and live auctions. Thirty-five croquet players took part in the Nov. 21 tournament, which was staged at Beresford Park in San Mateo, and there were 270 attendees at that evening’s dinner and auction at the San Mateo Elks Lodge.
REDWOOD CITY: DEDICATION CEREMONY FOR TIM'S HOUSE WEDNESDAY
Bay City News – October 28, 2008
Tim's House, a supportive housing facility to help men stay clean and sober, will be dedicated Wednesday in a ceremony that will also honor the young man for whom the home is named. Tim's House will be used by men ages 18 to 35 who are currently enrolled in the San Mateo County Probation Department's Bridges Program, which is an outpatient day treatment program focused on drug offenders to help them end the cycle of drug abuse. The house is named for Tim Griffith of Redwood City who was a successful graduate of the Bridges program. Griffith was killed in 2004 outside of SBC Park after a San Francisco Giants game.