Giving Back this Holiday Season #mc #sponsored

CaringBridge was launched in 1997 to allow people for whatever reason and for however long needed, access to a free website to remain connected and supported by family and friends while in the hospital or as long as needed. Are you familiar with this nonprofit organization? I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for CaringBridge. I received a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

Right now you can work with others and give back to such an important organization such as CaringBridge. They have a "Its WonderFull" themed end of year giving campaign where they hope to raise 1.2 million. All donations are tax deductible and will help them give continual support to families in need. 

There are so many stories with CaringBridge and their support for those in need. Here is one for you to read:

That’s what the Steinback family did when their daughter Julia was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. During her nearly three years of treatment, Julia and her family could count on one constant: the emotional and physical support they received from friends and relatives who followed Julia’s story on her CaringBridge website.

Now in remission, Joy continues to stay connected with loved ones through CaringBridge as Julia undergoes monthly checkups. For the Steinbacks, seeing their daughter happy and healthy is the greatest gift they could ask for this holiday season.

How do you and your family reach out and give back during the holidays? If you need any ideas, please consider CaringBridge in your holiday gift giving. 

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