Three Trees, Inc. registers as a non-profit with the Internal Revenue Service on August 6, 1999.
Three Trees opens its doors to the first peer-support group in September of 2000.
Junior League of Wichita selects Three Trees as a community project.
Three Trees begins serving as a practicum site for social work and psychology students from area colleges.
Three Trees launches its signature fundraising event: ArtSpree.
The first staff member outside of the founders is hired.
New programs for complicated grief and anticipatory grief are developed.
A Piano for Christmas, a book in the Santa Stray series, is published by AngelWorks with all proceeds benefiting Three Trees.
The Healing Journey is published through a grant by the Wichita Community Foundation.
Implemented software to track donations and basic finances.
Summer peer-support groups offered for the first time.
Three Trees adopts an official fundraising model.
First ‘Kids Grieve Too’ luncheon raised more than $150,000 in cash and pledges.
Fire destroys offices on October 28, 2008, forcing Three Trees 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, slightly larger location.
Celebrations amidst change
Board of Directors changes the agency’s name from Three Trees to Kidzcope to help promote a better understanding of the mission.
Celebrated our 10th anniversary with a year of events and activities.
Selected as one of eight agency’s to participate in national research on family bereavement.
The inaugural Kidzcope Good Grief 5K Race is launched.
Held the 100th bereavement session for grieving children.
Kidzcope launches its signature annual fundraising event, Polo on the Plains.
July 1, 2018 the Wichita Children’s Home brings Kidzcope under its umbrella of children’s services. The name and location remain the same with additional space on the campus of WCH to provide expanded services.