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Star Tribune

CaringBridge, the Eagan-based nonprofit social network that allows people to share the health updates of their loved ones, announced that their founding CEO Sona Mehring and the board have named Liwanag Ojala as their new CEO.

January 19, 2016

Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal

Sona Mehring is stepping down as CEO at CaringBridge, the tech organization she founded in 1997 to help a friend cope with a premature birth.

Mehring will be succeeded by Chief Operating Officer Liwanag Ojala effective Feb. 1.

January 19, 2016

NICU Healing

As founder of CaringBridge, the nation’s most established social networking platform for people immersed in difficult medical journeys, my exposure to the struggles of patients, family caregivers and loved ones seems reason enough to just skip the holidays!

December 28, 2015

Your Mark On The World

Whether the holiday song in your head is the Andy Williams classic, the version by Garth Brooks or the Staples office supply commercial, we are, indeed, approaching “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”

And while my window on the world could easily be closed – or even boarded up – to “the hap-happiest season of all,” the opposite is true.

December 22, 2015

KARE-TV NBC 11 News at 4

It can be hard to find the bright spot during the holidays if you are struggling through a family or friend’s death or illness.

However, there is hope through Caring Bridge, a website that allows families to let others know the status of their loved ones. Since it’s start 18 years ago, the website has received over 2 billion visits.

December 10, 2015

WCCO-TV CBS 4 News This Morning

GivingTuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back and is a way of linking people and nonprofits to strengthen communities and encourage giving.

One of our generous supporters donated a match to kick-off our year-end giving campaign. Thanks to the C.H. Robinson Foundation for matching donations on GivingTuesday up to $15,000.

December 1, 2015