Your family, friends, and community want to help.
Carelines makes it simple for everyone!

Raise Money
for medical care
and necessities

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Get Hands-On Help
with day-to-day

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Share Stories
of treatment
and recovery

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Simple and effective personal fundraising

  • A quick and easy way to reach out for financial support from family and friends
  • Give your social network a powerful way to raise money on your behalf!
  • All Carelines contributions are tax-deductible and do not affect your medical insurance or other benefits

A calendar to organize the help you need.

  • Reach out for help with practical tasks such as meal preparation, child care, transportation, and other errands.
  • Supportive community members can easily utilize the calendar to volunteer for specific tasks.
  • Everything you need to schedule and manage help with day-to-day tasks.

A "personal blog" to keep everyone up to date

  • A flexible online journal you can use to share updates about your treatment and recovery.
  • Journal can include photos and videos.
  • Rally support from family and friends around the world, who can respond with messages of support and encouragement.


  • Anyone with a cancer diagnosis or receiving a bone marrow, stem cell or cord blood transplant can easily create a Carelines page for free.
  • Create a Carelines page for yourself or a loved one.
  • You don't have to use all the Carelines features – but the more you reach out, the more support you'll get!
  • With one click you can easily share your Carelines page on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, or by email.
  • The BMCF's Carelines team provides personal one-to-one guidance to help every step of the way, from setting up your page to tips on how to spread the word.


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“Words are not sufficient enough to thank you for your financial support during my treatment for leukemia. Your assistance helped ease my mind so that my body could recover from this illness. My sincere appreciation to each and every one.”