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Financial burdens during an illness, death, or high-risk pregnancy can cause some panic. On Panic Day send your friend a gift card that can be used for groceries, to pay a utility bill, or birthday gifts for a child.
Remember dietary restrictions. Check WhatFriendsDo team page for likes, dislikes, allergies, and for meal schedule
It's Out on a Limb Day. Does your friend have tree limbs that need to be trimmed? Grab your yard tools and ask your friend if she would like to supervise while you trim branches you can reach. Bring along some other friends so cleanup will be even easier.
When a friend needs help, even the supporters need to be supported. That's exactly what we do. We're here for you so you can be there for your loved one.
We all have one. Her organization skills keep your family together during the hard times. Well, so do we. WhatFriendsDo's easy-to-use platform helps you keep track of who's helping your friend.
Our platform works like a social network, and you can use it to spread cheer, leave encouraging notes, and give the team updates about your friend.
"It's stressful for me to plan a homemade meal so WhatFriendDo's idea to take a breakfast basket was just my speed. I delivered a basket of bagels, fresh fruit, homemade muffins, coffee and orange juice. I felt really good about it and my friends loved it. "
"My husband loves video games so my American Health Network Cares personal concierge suggested setting up times for friends to come play with him. This idea was a big hit and it really helped pass the time of a long in-home recovery."
"To celebrate my friend coming home from the hospital, American Health Network Cares suggested we line the streets with friends holding up signs of love and support. I cannot describe the feeling of seeing these on our path home and of course, she felt like a celebrity."