Bana Alabed, 7, caught the world's attention when her mother, Fatema, began tweeting about the family's life in Syria.

Like most kids, Bana likes to read, dress up her dolls, and play with her little brothers.

But Bana's life is different than most kids. She lives in Aleppo, where she hears bombs daily. She's already seen friends die and often wonders if she's next.

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Liz Eddy was only 9 years old when she lost her father to cancer, but it wasn't until she reached college that she finally let herself grieve.

"I pretty much ignored it completely and tried to go back to normal life," said Eddy. "There isn't a simple recipe for grief."

Over time, of course, grief snuck up on her, and she had to face it. That's when she heard about Experience Camps — weeklong not-for-profit summer camps designed to help kids cope with the death of a loved one, free of charge.

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