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Beth Betcher: Senior Public Relations Specialist
Phone: 651.789.3375

Eagan, Minn., (February 5, 2016) — CaringBridge is pleased to announce the appointments of Kris Larson, Lee Roper-Batker, Pete Segar and John Wernz to its board of directors. They join a board of 16, comprised of individuals from the technology, health care, business, and nonprofit communities. Board members for the Minnesota-based nonprofit are appointed to a… Read More

Eagan, Minn., (January 19, 2016) — CaringBridge today announced a new chapter as it positions itself for the future in the ongoing mission to make health journeys easier by amplifying the love, hope and compassion in the world. CaringBridge Founder and CEO Sona Mehring and the Board of Directors have selected Liwanag Ojala, CaringBridge Chief Operating… Read More

Eagan, Minn., (December 1, 2015) — Today, CaringBridge launched its annual year-end giving campaign to raise $1.2 million. The nonprofit, fueled by the generosity of donors, offers free personal, private websites to connect the communities of those experiencing a health challenge. Donating to CaringBridge ensures that no one has to go through a health journey… Read More

Eagan, Minn., (November 1, 2015) — From hospitals to clinics to dinner tables, Americans across the country will show their appreciation for the caregivers in their lives this November as part of National Family Caregivers Month. The month-long observance, organized by the Caregiver Action Network, spotlights the contributions and sacrifices made by caregivers of all… Read More

Eagan, Minn., (October 9, 2015) — CaringBridge, the nonprofit organization created to help people remain connected to their family and friends when experiencing a health journey, hires Chee Wong as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). As a member of the senior leadership team, Wong will provide vision and strategic direction for all aspects of technology for… Read More

Eagan, Minn., (September 15, 2015) — In 2003, Natalie and Ben were anxiously awaiting the arrival of their identical twin boys when they learned that one baby had nearly the worst of congenital heart defects, and his brother had an obstruction between his stomach and intestines. The boys were already considered high-risk, and now doctors… Read More