About Us

We extend a warm welcome to those who are attending tier first TCF meeting. We deeply regret the circumstances that brought you to TCF Chapter. The Compassionate Friends is a mutual assistance, not-for-profit, self-help organization that offers support and understanding to families who have experienced the death of a child. You are cordially invited to attend our monthly meeting (held the last Wednesdays of the month). The meeting is open to everyone and fee of charge. You are free to talk, cry or to sit in silence; we respect the individuality of mourning. Comments shared in the meetings remain confidential. The El Paso chapter meets in donated church facilities, but no religious creed or affiliation is involved. There are no dues and no one is required to talk at any meeting.

A LOVE GIFT is a gift of money or service to The Compassionate Friends. It is usually in honor of a child who has died but it can also be a gift to help in the work of the El Paso Chapter of TCF. Your gifts are tax deductible and are our Chapter’s only monetary source. Your donation will help us pay for postage and labels for sending our newsletter each month.

LOVE GIFT
Name of Person to be remembered
Special Occasion of Person
Given by
Send to:

TCF-EPT
P.O. Box 971905
El Paso, TX 79997

To our new members coming to your first meeting is the hardest thing to do. But, you have nothing to lose and much to gain. Try not to judge your first meeting as to whether or not TCT will work for you. The second, third or fourth meeting might be the time out will find the right person or just the right words spoken that will help you in your grief work.

To our Members:
We need your encouragement and support. You are the string that ties our group together and the glue that makes it stick. Each meeting we have new parents. Think back-what would it have been like for you if there had not been any “oldies” to welcome you, share your grief and encourage you? It was from them you heard, “Your pain will not always be this bad, it really does get softer.”