National Charity For Men And Women

Self help group to support young widowed men and women

What we do

We’re here to help you when you are at your lowest. And we’re with you throughout the journey – ensuring you have everything you need in the testing times in your life.

Getting through bereavement

Comforting therapies to help you cruise through this low phase in your life.

Helping the bereaved

We are called to help each other in need – that’s what we believe, that’s what we do.


Raising funds to create a difference in the lives of those who need them the most.

Need advice?

We’re just a call away – feel free to give us a ring.

We help you to make busy on other activities.

We introduce you to a whole new world to help you ease away your worries.


Losing someone who is a part of you is crushing. Everything comes crashing down, and you feel so lost. But I was introduced to Way foundation; I found comfort, I found myself back again. The people here, the therapies, activities are really effective and helped me deal with my grief in a better way.

Christine Walters

Our Blog

Ways to Take Care of Yourself as a Single Parent

Being a single parent can be a pretty exhausting affair. You’ll feel irritated, burned out or even angry at the end of the day and there’s a good chance that you’re suffering from a type of stress that single parents suffer from called single-parent stress.

This is why even though you cannot avoid your responsibilities, it is a must never to leave self-care behind. At the end of the day, it is as essential to take care of yourself as much as you take care of your children because chances are, you’re the most crucial person in the upbringing of the child.

You need to look out for tell-tale signs that tell you that you require self-care. Signs that include being angry or frustrated towards your children or even being constantly forgetful.

Let us first define what self-care really is. Theresources that you require in order to perform at the top of your potential and giving yourself this is called self-care. You need to continually ask yourself whether you’re doing alright or whether you feel good about yourself.

It is only natural that doing so will get you labeled as selfish, but it is vital not to let this get to you as this isn’t even remotely true. It is, in fact, quite the opposite. This is because, to your kids, you’re the most critical person in the world and you need to be at your best when your parenting skills are called upon.

By helping yourself, you’ll build up the required amount of stamina and energy to raise your children well. Here are some elements about which you need to know about self-care.

• Help yourself physically: To help yourself physically, you need to do what every other healthy person would do such as eating healthy, getting enough rest and drinking water. You’ll often forget to give attention to your most basic needs, and this shouldn’t be the case.

• Help yourself socially: Be in touch with people that you value or care. Share your burden with them so as to make everything lighter or clearer.

• Help yourself spiritually: Spend a few minutes of your day meditating or praying. Go out in the wild and help yourself to some alone time as this will help you form a deeper understanding of the type of person that you are.

If you ignore any of the above, you’ll start finding yourself knee deep in stress. Hence, you need to take good care as much as you can in the time that you get.

Let us help you provide peer-to-peer emotional and practical support.