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Share In Helping One Person Everyday

The "Family CareGiver" Community Bridge @

SHARE IN H.O.P.E. is serving to put the "heart" back into the caring for others on a daily basis. Our mission not only helps to encourage and inform, but also helps to foster a much needed sense of community and kinship which is vital in supporting the Family CareGiver during this very special journey; making a worthwhile difference in the life of a love one. 

As an "up-close and personal" 

non-profit outreach initiative and viable communication resource hub, the core vision of H.O.P.E. is to connect with the multi-generational Family CareGiver community in a unique and supportive way.

We believe that when the 

Family CareGiver is encouraged, well-cared-for, and informed it also benefits the love one that is personally dependent upon her/him for patience and kindness when helping with daily care needs.             

"There are only four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, 

and those who will need caregivers."  

Rosalyn Carter


The role of CareGiver is shared by many; but is in no way a one-size fit all journey; each step along the way is a personalized heart matter. 

Nonetheless, the spirit of caring is shared and familiar to all; and the emotions tug at the heart, as those receiving our care also change our lives in many ways. 

The Making of a
"Family" CareGiver

Regardless of how you became    (or will become) a CareGiver, always remember that you are not alone!  

> Adult Children caring for aging or ill parents, and/or grandparents
> Spouse caring for an ill or disabled spouse
> Parents caring for an ill or disabled child
> Adult Sibling caring for an ailing brother or sister
> Friend or Neighbor caring for a friend / Professionals caring for someone’s love one
> Parents rearing children / Grandparent(s) rearing grandchildren

What are some of the responsibilities of a CareGiver? 

The tasks and responsibilities are many and very important, and often include: financial and emotional support; providing daily personal care, special needs, meals, medical care, household management, supervision, errands, paying bills, transportation, doctor appointments. 

The daily scheduling alone consumes much of the personal time of a CareGiver, and often limits opportunity for outside quality time for positive social interaction with others. 


First Peter 4:11 b (TLB) 

“Are you called to help others? 

Do it with all the strength and energy that God supplies, so that God will be glorified through Jesus Christ