Hallmark Accepting Card Ideas For National Family Caregivers Month #sponsored #MC

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for CaringBridge. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

Hallmark Is Accepting Card Submissions For National Family Caregivers Month

In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, CaringBridge, has teamed up with Hallmark Cards to kick off the “Caring Messages” card contest. 

Submit Your Card Ideas For National Family Caregivers Month

Through November 17th, you are encouraged to create a message of love for a caregiver that you know. Submit you card ideas that support and encourage, Compliment and show appreciation, or cards that share wisdom at Hallmark Contests.

Winners will be announced in February and they will receive a cash prize. Their card ideas may also be showcased on cards sold at Hallmark!


About Dawn McAlexander

Dawn is a full time travel and lifestyle blogger. Besides Cheap Is The New Classy, she also owns and writes for EatPlayRock.com, an entertainment site. Her interests include traveling, home decor, DIY projects, organizing her home and enjoying a nice cup of coffee {or two}. She currently resides in North Carolina with her dog, Daisy.


  1. Sherry Compton says:

    What a great promotion! Caregivers are so important. They are very special people and deserve the recognition.

  2. We actually need more care givers for our elderly. I didn’t realize there was a shortage until I tried to get help for my Dad. Then I found out there is a 6 months waiting list to get increased in home personal care. Of course that didn’t help us as he passed away last month and we really needed the help right then and there. These care givers are very special people. They take care of our loved ones when we can’t be there due to jobs demands. It takes a special type of person to do what they do. They are so loving and caring. I think this was a great idea. I wish I was good at writing because I would of loved to create a card.


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