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No One Should Go Through a Health Journey Alone
CaringBridge is the first and most widely used global nonprofit social network dedicated to helping family and friends communicate with and support loved ones during a health journey through the use of free, ad-free personal websites. 

With CaringBridge, veterans, service members and their caregivers can create their own personal online health site that can be shared at the user’s discretion with family and friends to enhance connectedness and support.  Keeping friends and family up to date and informed during a health journey can be exhausting and time consuming, but CaringBridge makes it simple and easy to inform all loved ones at once. CaringBridge is for people facing any health condition, big or small, acute or long-term. Whether they’re facing surgery, a hospitalization or transplant, PTSD, TBI, cancer treatment or any other health crisis, CaringBridge is there for people in need.

Users can post ongoing updates on their website and receive responses of support from family and friends. They also can let their personal community know how they can help them with a ride to an appointment, a meal or raise money for medical expenses by linking personal fundraisers, like GoFundMe, directly to their site.

Visit to get started today. is a new partner of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
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A Powerful Connection Point

Since 1997, nearly 800,000 CaringBridge websites have been created. Combined, those websites have received 2.2 billion visits. One in eleven people in the U.S. have used CaringBridge to rally support for a loved one during a health journey, and our reach extends to 235 countries and territories around the world.

In 2002, CaringBridge became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization incorporated in the USA, with all data hosted in the USA, providing support when it’s needed most.
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Supported by People Like You

In times of need, the greatest source of hope and healing is the love of family and friends.

Without the compassionate support of donors and the dedication of volunteers, our nonprofit wouldn’t exist. The generosity of our donors and volunteers humbles and inspires us every day.

Most recent contributors: Kristie Thibodeau Ryan Callahan (RP Staff)

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