Dagmara Almand


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All Love Always  was born out of my desire to help children who are grieving the loss of a loved  one. When childhood, a time filled with innocence and free from worry, is suddenly plagued by doubt about what the future holds and grief for those who have been lost children need to be reminded that life is beautiful and happy, that they are not alone and that they are normal.

In dealing with my own daughter’s loss of her dad and researching the topic I realized that implementing activities and a unified feeling amongst children who have lost a parent without making them feel outcast would be amazing. I believe in the power of love. I believe that we are able to find happiness and joy through experiences which make us feel alive and full of hope again. Children who are grieving can benefit from such experiences of shared joy and laughter. Through interactions children learn that underneath it all we are just people. People, without labels but with an immense amount of love.
And that life is beautiful.

Thank you and God bless!


2 thoughts on “Causes

  1. What a fantastic idea you had, how old was your daughter when her dad died? Don’t answer that if it will upset you to talk about your husband. I was hit very hard when my mum died in 1985 when I was 31 so it must be even harder for a child, learning things and everything new, to lose a parent.

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