As a mutual aid network, we connect young adults who are grieving the death of someone close to COVID-19 with other grieving young adults in a support group setting. Our volunteer grief workers, who facilitate these groups, come from many different backgrounds: some are trained social workers, therapists, spiritual directors, chaplains, or clergy or lay people with chaplaincy training. Some of our volunteers are current graduate school students in these fields, studying towards a professional degree. Others identify as healing practitioners from mindfulness or other healing modalities. Some of our volunteers come from a peer facilitation background, and have a loss story of their own that motivated them to learn to hold space for others. All of our volunteers self-identify as trained “grief workers,” folks who know how to show up for and listen to people who are grieving. Our volunteers do not, however, provide professional, clinical, or therapeutic services through the network, regardless of their history of training.