Agency, as Three Trees, Inc. registered as non-profit with the Internal Revenue Service on August 6, 1999.
Agency opens its doors to its first peer-support group in September of 2000.
Junior League of Wichita selects agency as a community project.
Agency began serving as a practicum site for social work and psychology students from area colleges.
ArtSpree, agency’s signature fundraising event, started.
First staff, outside of founders, hired.
New programs for complicated grief and anticipatory grief developed.
Piano for Christmas, a book in the Santa Stray series, published by AngelWorks with all proceeds benefiting the agency.
The Healing Journey is published through a grant by the Wichita Community Foundation.
Started using various software to track donations and basic finances.
Summer peer-support groups offered for the first time.
Agency adopts an official fundraising model.
First ‘Kids Grieve Too’ luncheon held raising over $150,000 in cash and pledges.
Fire destroys office October 28, 2008 forcing the agency to operate out of donated office space.
Adult and youth data collection started via a partnership with Wichita State University.
Office re-opens August 2009 in a new, and slightly bigger, location.
Board of Directors changes the agency’s name from Three Trees, Inc. to Kidzcope, Inc. to help even more people better understand the mission.
Agency celebrates its 10th anniversary with a year of events and activities.
Agency selected as one of eight agency’s to participate in national research on family bereavement.
Inaugural Kidzcope Good Grief 5K Race.
Held the 100th bereavement session for grieving children.