Asiana Airlines Flight 214 Help

Asiana Airlines Flight 214 Help

July 7, 2013 – Most of us will never know the heartache that accompanies the loss one experiences when a loved one is killed as a result of an air disaster.

Unfortunately, the family, classmates and friends of the two 16-year old Chinese schoolgirls who died yesterday during the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash in San Francisco no longer find themselves in that category.

No words are adequate. Grief after such an event must be absolutely crippling.

But for anyone suffering from such a tragedy, there is help.


AirCraft Casualty Emotional Support Services (ACCESS) provides FREE peer-to-peer grief mentoring services to anyone suffering from such a tragedy. ACCESS is unique in that all bereavement support is conducted by those who have themselves suffered the loss of someone in an air disaster.

They understand. They’ve been there.

ACCESS was founded by someone who learned firsthand just how destabalizing it can be when you lose someone close to you unexpectedly.

To learn more about this fantastic organization and the journey of my amazing friend, Heidi Snow, that gave rise to her founding of ACCESS in 1996, please visit the website.

Finn Financial Group has proudly supported this special organization over the years because it believes so passionately in its mission and the good work that has resulted from Heidi’s tireless leadership.

Our hearts go out to the survivors of Asiana Airlines 214 as we keep them in our thoughts on this sad day.


Finn Financial Group