It is estimated that 300,000+ American youth have lost a parent or primary caregiver to the COVID-19 pandemic, with much higher rates among Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities. Children who experience the death of a parent or caregiver are at increased risk of mental ill-health and psychosocial problems as they grow. Many feel isolated and alone in their grief and lack access to safe, supportive, and developmentally appropriate online settings. Unfortunately, while online spaces proliferate, few, if any, are tailored to the needs of grieving youth, or the organizations that seek to serve them. ExperienceCraft is a place where grief is acknowledged and normalized, where there are opportunities to meaningfully contribute, feel a sense of belonging, and where youth can both give and get peer support. Developed in Minecraft and Discord, two popular online platforms, ExperienceCraft is available year-round at no cost. College-age near peer-mentors from Connected Camps moderate the server, along with youth ambassadors from the community itself, keeping it safe while also providing support.