Celebrating 10 Years of Honoring Caregivers

For our 10th anniversary, we want to acknowledge your participation in CaringOn by asking you to share your own story with us. Why do you care? How has caregiving impacted your life? What has CaringOn meant to you and those you love? It is in sharing your story with others that we understand the grace of caring and the importance of thanking those who care.

Give Thanks to Your Caregiver

CaringOn provides you with a way to say thank you and recognize a caregiver with a personalized “gift of care” in your name.

Make a Donation

Your commitment to become a CaringOn Donor will help us provide caregivers with a “gift of care” to take time off to “recharge, refresh, and renew”.

Get Involved with CaringOn

CaringOn depends on volunteers to help fulfill its mission. There are many different ways you can volunteer for CaringOn.


10 Years of Caregiving

CaringOn recognizes deserving caregivers with a "gift of care" by providing them with a day to do something wonderful for themselves. We work to create the best experience for your caregiver so that they may enjoy a day to "relax, refresh, and renew".

Please say “I Care” by thanking the most important, and least acknowledged, member of the health care team – our caregivers.


From Kadin Hinish to Tawnie Hinish

CaringOn delivered a gift package (spa and dinner) to Kadin Hinish to present to her mother Tawnie Hinish for taking care of her father Kurt ...
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Beth Caylor photo

From Laura Snyder to Beth Caylor

Beth Caylor has been taking care of her husband Mike who was diagnosed with brain cancer a year ago and has been by his side ...
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Photo of Jimmy and Barbara Gluck (2)

Jimmy to Barbara Gluck

Jimmy Gluck is a 52-year-old construction worker who was at Ground Zero on 9/11.  He was one of the brave “first responders” who rebuilt New ...
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Ashley Cole | CaringOn

From Matthew Cole to Ashley Cole

Matthew Cole from West Virginia has Stage IV colon cancer and he nominated his wife Ashley for a CaringOn gift.  He said: “Ashley is my ...
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George Barnard photo

Maggi Liebig and George Barnard

Maggie Liebig was diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis 7 years ago and needed a double lung transplant.  Her three brothers had died from the disease ...
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Nicole Smith to Perry Smith | CaringOn

Nicole Smith to Perry Smith

Nicole Smith nominated her brother-in-law Perry Smith for a CaringOn gift. Her sister Lasonia is 41 years old and was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast ...
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About CaringOn

For the past ten years, CaringOn has been thanking caregivers of Cancer patients by giving them a “gift of care” to “refresh, recharge, and renew” from their caregiving responsibilities.

Now, more than ever, CaringOn believes it is important to expand our mission to celebrate ALL caregivers and honor those caregivers who are taking care of patients of COVID-19, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other diseases as well as Cancer. These caregivers are working on the front lines and behind closed doors to save our lives in our darkest days.

Caregivers are our unsung heroes. Never has taking care of caregivers felt more important.

Thank You to Our Supporters

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