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Giving Tree Cafe

Babes & Brews + Sunday Mournings: Holding Space for Love & Loss.

Join us for a special community conversation on grief and help change the cultural messaging surrounding grief.

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Babes & Brews + Sunday Mournings: Holding Space for Love & Loss.
Babes & Brews + Sunday Mournings: Holding Space for Love & Loss.

Time & Location

Jun 05, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Giving Tree Cafe, 2024 N 7th St #111, Phoenix, AZ 85006, USA

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About the event

We're back babe!  It's been a hott minute since we've had one of our signature Babes & Brews Community meetups, and we are excited to bring you a healing dose of community, connection, and deep conversation.

Join us for a morning of heart-opening connection with community builders, Steff Smith, founder of Babes & Brews Community and Natalie Orozco-Moxley founder of Sunday Mournings.  Connect with a group of wholehearted, ambitious and spiritual women, and discover a safe haven where ALL of you is welcome--where you can express the deepest parts of you and be seen fully in the beautiful mess of life.

If you've been searching for a community that understands the wild journey of the multi-faceted, multi-dimensional woman you are--come sip with us babe!

This is a Donation-based community event to help crowdfund for Sunday Mournings' intentional grief gift boxes and to open a new narrative around grief and how we can support the ones we love.  Giving Tree Cafe will also be donating part of all sales during our event so enjoy an organic latte, fresh-pressed juice, or stay for lunch and try one of my fav's (vegan krunchwrap supremes)!

To RSVP: (read more)

  1. Select your Donation on our sliding scale below.
  2. VENMO to @babesandbrews with the comment "Sunday Mournings"
  3. Then RSVP "Going" on this event.

Select Your Donation:  (all proceeds go to Sunday Mournings)

  • $22   "Be Brave"
  • $33   "Be the Change"
  • $44   "Go Gently"  with Bonus Gift: Sunday Mournings Tote

If finances are the only thing keeping you from joining, please contact us for a sponsored spot.

Can't join us in-person, but want to make a donation?  

Donate to Sunday Mournings here & learn about their crowdfunding campaign.

Learn more:

Natalie Orozco-Moxley, founder of Sunday Mournings, typically shares that her grief journey started at the age of 15, when losing her mother but it really started when she was around 4 losing her father to addiction. Carrying on to lose her entire family by the age of 23.

Natalie feels her purpose is to change cultural messaging surrounding our grief avoidant culture. Through her own therapy, somatic practices, rituals,  and time working with Hospice of the Valley with that blossomed Sunday Mournings. 

Sunday Mournings’ mission is to support authentic connections and conversations through heartfelt gifting that supports the mind, body, and soul. Sunday Mournings is the home for love and loss. A place that breathes life into pain and reminds love of its home.

"Every single day ~165,000 people died in the US in 2023. 1 in 5 people will experience the death of someone very close to them before they turn 18 (and approximately 6 million of those under 18 will experience the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregiver by the time they turn 18). However, these heartbreaking and awakening numbers don’t include how we lose ourselves, our homes, relationships, jobs, safety, and so much more during our life’s journey.

Grief surrounds us. It’s the only thing in life that is inevitable, yet we avoid it manifesting illness, trauma, and so much more. What we often forget when wanting to avoid it, is we already know it. From the second we leave the womb we are grieving. Grieving the comfort and connection of what we once knew- our home.

I [Natalie] felt my purpose to change cultural messaging around our grief-avoidant culture start slowly because I first had to change the messaging for myself, and then I could no longer ignore the call. My heart filled with fire to help support loved ones remember how to connect with each other.

We need to change the conversations about grief- we need to have them. We need to tell our stories not just for ourselves, but for each other and with each other. Sunday Mournings helps start the conversations, extend a hand when you don’t know what to say, and support the grief journey beyond just the first few months."  --Natalie

We are soul honored to partner with Sunday Mournings and the Giving Tree Cafe for this special community collaboration!  Join us June 5th!

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