Birthday Celebration: Today, Invite Others to Join Us

17BirthdayEvery day this week, we’re celebrating CareGiving.com’s 17th birthday with activities and prizes, including a grand prize of $300.

Today, for a chance to win one of our daily prizes and one of our grand prizes, invite others to join in our birthday celebration. Some ways to spread the word:

1. Share our birthday quote box (like the one in this post) from our Facebook fan page to your Facebook page.

2. Tweet about our celebration on Twitter; your tweet could look like this: I’m celebrating CareGiving dot com’s 17th birthday. Join me for a chance to win a grand prize of $300: http://wp.me/p1EHsU-d1U

3. You can email this post to your support group members. To email this post, just look below in our “Share This” feature.

4. You can share our birthday quote box on Pinterest. Again, use our “Share This” feature, below.

5. You can share this post on your LinkedIn page or in a LinkedIn group.

6. You can simply share this post on any other social networking sites via the “Share This” feature, below.

After you let others know about our celebration, come back here and tell us what you did in our comments section. When you post a comment here, you’ll be entered into a chance to win one of our daily prizes and one of our grand prizes. To win a daily prize and/or a grand prize, you must be a family caregiver, a member of CareGiving.com and participate in one of our daily disrupt activities. Not a member of CareGiving.com? It’s easy and free to join; just go here.

Have fun!

Resources
Learn about our week-long birthday celebration, including our eligibility requirements to win the daily and grand prizes, here.

Reminders
Be sure to share what caregiving is like for you in our annual family caregiver survey. Take our survey here. Please ask other family caregivers you know to complete the survey, too. (Thank you!!)

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About Denise

I began working with family caregivers in 1990 and launched CareGiving.com in 1996 to help and support them. Through my blog, I share words of comfort and offer coping strategies and tips. I also write opinion pieces about recent research, community programs and media coverage of caregiving issues. I've written several caregiving books, including "The Caregiving Years, Six Stages to a Meaningful Journey," "Take Comfort, Reflections of Hope for Caregivers" and "After Caregiving Ends, A Guide to Beginning Again." You can purchase my books and schedule a coaching call with me in our store.

19 thoughts on “Birthday Celebration: Today, Invite Others to Join Us

  1. Profile photo of ChrisChris

    Today I shared Caregiving.com 17th birthday celebration with tweets on Twitter; posts on LinkedIn, Googe+ and Tumblr as well as a Pin to my Pinterest Page. I shared the post on my Facebook page and on my fan page; There is also a birthday post on ‘The Purple Jacket’, too! I just love birthdays, especially when they are not my own!

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  2. Profile photo of CasandraCasandra

    Twitter, FB, Pinterest, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, GooglePlus, Tumblr, and emailed a couple people who I know could really use this site. Hopefully, this helps! Happy Birthday! :)

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  3. Profile photo of MimbyNYCMimbyNYC

    Shared on Facebook with this comment: This is a wonderful, supportive, informative site. The podcasts really help you deal with caregiving in all its glory–the simple joys, the frustrations, the sadness, etc.

    Happy Birthday!

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  4. Profile photo of TamiTami

    Denise I was so very happy to share this on my personal Fb page and my page for Conversations In Care. Gave you a tweet as well. I am thankful for what you offer to us here on caregiving.com and glad to see how many people you help. You are always top on my list when people needs some place to go!

    Happy Birthday!

    T

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  5. Profile photo of TrishTrish

    I feel like a slacker! I only shared on Facebook and on Twitter. I’ll have to step it up to keep up with everyone!

    Happy Birthday, Denise! I just love Birthday Weeks (or months!). :-)

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  6. Profile photo of JanJan

    I shared with my Parkinson’s Caregiver support group, and encouraged one woman in particular to consider blogging. From the time she was a young child, she has enjoyed writing. She journals now, as she cares for her husband, and she’s rediscovering her writing talent and enjoying the process.

    I also shared info about the website with a group of counselors, who were excited to learn about resources they could refer their clients to.

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