Use Your Hobbies and Talents in Your Caregiving

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Consider ways to combine your hobbies, talents and passions with your caring for those who suffer. To explore this possibility, listen to the April 2 radio show, “Baking Chocolate Chip Cookies, Washing a Car, Knitting and Caregiving?”

Some other examples include:

If you are active or an athlete, consider supporting a fundraising walk or run.  I will be doing this for the Susan G. Koman organization in October, 2011: Cancer walk

My son, Jeff, combines his passions for biking and listening to music to help raise funds for cancer patients via The Livestrong Foundation: Watch a video of Jeff’s story: Livestrong Video or visit his blog: Roadrider Blog

For more information on caregiving for those suffering from Cancer, review the CaregivingBasics or the Cancer category on this site.

Karen Mulder

Karen Mulder

Karen Mulder is the founder of the Wisdom of the Wounded ministry. She lives in Holland, Michigan with her husband Larry.