Update on Our Giving Campaign

Denise

Update on Our Giving Campaign

Denise
pennies_in_jar_smallAs you know, I launched a Give to Caregiving.com campaign last Tuesday.

Your response has been amazing. We've raised $3,795; our goal is $5,000. Our campaign ends on July 20 so you still have a few days to give. Our donations have ranged from $20 to $750 but please know whatever you can give is fantastic. One of our members donated $500, which she had saved because of our Dollar A Day Campaign from 2011. (We encouraged you to save one dollar every day toward your future.) Thank you so much to those who can give. (Donations to Caregiving.com are not tax deductible.)

You can give via the Donate button at the bottom of the post.

And, as I announced yesterday, @ejourneys will donate all the proceeds from her just-published eBook of her beautiful photo-poems to Caregiving.com. And, @trish has been working just about non-stop to create an anthology of last year's books from our CareGifters book series. The anthology will include your stories from our Help, Comedy, Forgiveness and Gifts books. We'll let you know when the anthology is ready to purchase; proceeds from its sale also will benefit Caregiving.com.

We can do much from what you can give.

When you give to Caregiving.com, you continue to receive:

Your support allows me to create our special programs, like our Caregiving Happines Project, Caregiving Community Journal and Community Caregiving VRide.

Members often write to tell me how much the site means to them:

  • “You make going through the storm much better.”

  • “I can’t begin to tell you how much you and Caregiving.com have helped me.”

  • “When I saw the page I instantly cried. I need this.”

  • “Denise Brown and Caregiving.com have changed my life. The support and encouragement I have received from Denise and the other members of the group has helped me cope with my role as a caregiver.”

  • “Caregiving.com has made a tremendous difference in my life.”

  • “This is site full of compassion, tears, laughter, understanding, encouraging words, fun activities and, for me, a place to be who I am.”

  • “Thank you, especially for the article last evening on ‘Trusted.’ When I read it, I made an auditory sigh. My husband (caree) wanted to know if something was wrong. But, no, I explained to him I read an uplifting piece on the caregiving site.”


You can support with a monetary gift via the Donate button below. You can support by purchasing our books, eBooks, and MP3s. With your support, Caregiving.com continues.

(Please note: Donations to Caregiving.com are not tax deductible.)




 

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