What We Do
We are committed to providing resources and information to families who have lost children to deal with the sorrow and grief experienced by their passing.
SAFETY & AWARENESS
We believe in sharing experiences and knowledge that can save lives. We strive to educate our communities and keep safety at the forefront of everything we do.
We understand the importance of education. We wish to honor passed loved ones by proving the youth with an opportunity for a better future.
Through CPR, AED, and First Aid training, we educate parents and caregivers on how to respond to emergencies and save lives.
We believe that life is a precious gift. A gift that should not be forgotten when our loved ones pass away. Nathan K. Brendle Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that the memory of our loved ones thrive in our lives and the lives of others.
By raising awareness of childhood safety topics and providing resources for those who may be grieving the loss of a child, we engage in our communities and commemorate our passed loved ones.
Our integrity and compassion drives us to be responsible stewards of our limited resources to reach as broad an audience as possible to maximize our impact. Through charitable acts, we hope to contribute to a better world and honor the memory of our passed loved ones.
Cultivates generosity and affirms our commitment to serving others.
Inspires trust by maintaining high standards that are consistent with our values.
Requires us to cultivate relationships and drives us to optimize our resources.
Comforting those who have lost loved ones affirms our responsibility and commitment to our mission.
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When a loved one dies, children feel and show their grief in different ways. How kids cope with the loss depends on things like their age, how close they felt to the person who died, and the support they receive. Here are some things parents can do to help a child who has lost a[…]
Judah Levi Brown was a lively, happy, vivacious, curious, adventurous 3 year-old boy. He was a blue-eyed, blonde haired firecracker. He loved life completely and soaked up every bit of it he could, as often as he could. His love of life was infectious. He was a kind and loving boy who always wanted to[…]
“I lost my 15 month old daughter due to a drowning accident on August 18th, 2016. I will never forget that horrible day, as it re-plays in my head every day. Nayeli was still napping when my husband started getting ready for work. She must have heard him moving around and woke up. Ten minutes[…]
“On February 5th, 2015, I was walking to the car to pick up my oldest child from school with my 2 month old son and my almost 2-year-old, Zachary. Zachary was a little bit ahead of us. Suddenly, a woman backed out of her parking space, hit him, and ran him over. He was not[…]
Emma was only two when she passed. She had been watched by a close family member since she was one year old while my husband and I both worked. It was extremely cold the day of her accident. She was left inside with instructions to wait, while my relative went outside to warm up the[…]
Connor was such a sweet, happy, and active little boy who made everyone else smile. He was an awesome big brother and was loved very much. He wanted to be so much like his dad that he had his own Corvette bed. When the bed was purchased, it was placed against a corner in his[…]
Safety First we are told. It is ingrained in our culture; it is what defines us in many working industries. From the very first day we step foot at many of our jobs we know the importance of safety. The “Take care of each other” portrait is displayed in every BHI work location that I have[…]
I haven’t really told my story except with the Drowning Support Network group because it felt safe for me to do so with people who understood the loss. The guilt associated with the manner of my daughter’s death is one that eats away at me every day. Images of that day still catch me off[…]
How do you transform your life after the death of a child? It is unconceivable to think that after such a great loss there is hope to push forward. How do we find hope after we are left to grieve for a lifetime and feel the excruciating pain of loosing a child? On this video Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr.[…]