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Campus Chapters

Actively Moving Forward® Campus Chapters connect grieving college students so they can help support one another and empower the campus community to take action through a variety of service events. AMF campus chapters are based on a two-tier model:

AMF Peer-Support Meet-ups

This tier of AMF helps connect young adults on campus who are grieving the terminal illness or death of someone in their lives. these unique meet-up events allow peer-to-peer connections that help to reduce isolation, increase support, and help young adults know that they are not alone in their grief journey. These support meet-ups are not process or therapy groups, rather fun outings that provide a safe atmosphere to connect with others around both grief and life as a young adult.

AMF Service Groups

AMF believes in the benefit of remembering and honoring those that have gone before us. To fulfill that belief, we do so through our service groups. Our AMFers give back to their community or a cause close to their hearts. They tell us tell us how impactful it is and how empowered they feel when they do so in memory of their person, especially when they have a supportive group of people helping them carry out this service.

Chapter Spotlights

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Any grieving college student can request to start a chapter on their campus. We are here to help you through each step of the process.
 
Actively Moving Forward® has already supported over 3,000 students on over 200 campuses throughout the United States.
 
Our goal is to be an international movement, connecting grieving young adults across the world know that they too can feel supported, empowered and connected. AMF is here and with our network, they can find comfort in knowing that they are not in this alone. We believe that one doesn’t just get over their grief, but with the right support, one can Actively Move Forward® and live their full potential.
 
Actively Moving Forward (AMF) chapters are intended to complement, not replace, other grief support offerings on campus, and it is NOT a counseling/therapy group. Other services on campus may include program through campus counseling, campus ministry, residential life, student life, and faculty and administration. In fact, AMF Campus Chapters strive to work closely with these campus resources, refer students reciprocally, and promote them with the “student voice.”
 
Starting a chapter of AMF can be a very rewarding experience. Not only will you create a peer-support environment for grieving students on your campus, you’ll develop relationships and skills that will last long after your college years.
 
When starting an AMF chapter, you will:
 
  • Learn the leadership skills necessary to create and run an official student organization on your campus.
  • Build your resume to include leadership, business building, marketing, social causes and more.
  • Help empower others to connect with AMF and learn to publicize AMF on your campus and in your community.
  • We’ll walk you through these steps and provide a wealth of how-to materials and resources as you move forward. Plus, you’ll become connected with other student leaders around the country who have successfully established their own chapters.
Once you get in touch with our national AMF team, we will walk you through the steps to get started, while also providing you with a wealth of how-to materials and resources as you move forward. Plus, you’ll become connected with our student leaders around the country who have successfully established their own chapters.
 

 

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