You can make a caregiver’s day!

Caregivers simply want to feel seen. Small gestures, such as a gift card or a meal, can make a huge difference in their wellbeing. Our Respite Wish List program gives you a tangible way to bless a caregiver.

How It Works

  1. Select a caregiver from the list below and learn more about their story.
  2. Click the link on the page to view their Amazon wish list.
  3. Select the gift cards you’d like to purchase from their wish list and add them to your cart.
  4. Select the caregiver’s Gift Registry Address under “Other Addresses” for shipping.
  5. Check out as usual with your Amazon account. 

Questions? See more FAQs here.

Meet Special Needs Caregivers

Robin Thompson

Robin Thompson

Our oldest son Luke is 14 years old, non-verbal, and has Autism. Being active duty, we move every couple of years and always find it hard to establish any kind of support system. The fact that Luke...

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Katie Fischer

Katie Fischer

We are the Fischers! Matt and Katie have been married for 18 years. Matt is a Director of Family Ministries and Katie has been a stay-at-home mom (although she is going to attempt a part-time job...

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Emily Peace

Emily Peace

We are the Peace family. We have three boys. Collin who will be 15 in a few weeks, Gunner is 7 yrs old, and Noah who is a year old. We are all hands and eyes on deck 24/7 for our precious Collin,...

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Jenn Konek

Jenn Konek

My oldest has special needs, he has autism and a cognitive impairment. He also has very challenging behavior which includes aggression, severe anger outbursts and property damage. This behavior...

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Rebecca Lowman

Rebecca Lowman

Walker is our only child. A child we never expected to have actually. We were married for 8 years and had moved away from home. [My husband] joined the Air Force, when we found out we were having a...

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Jackie Kancir

Jackie Kancir

Jackie Kancir is a dual caregiver. Her husband is a combat injured Marine, and her daughter, Jadyne, has a rare genetic condition, SynGAP1. SynGAP1 causes profound intellectual disability,...

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Denise Van Dis

Denise Van Dis

Having twins with special needs makes for a busy, sometimes crazy household. Our son Caleb has cerebral palsy and cognitive delays, but is pretty independent. Our daughter Natalie has severe...

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Kristin Fairfax

Kristin Fairfax

We are the Fairfax Family – Wayne (Dad), Kristin (Mama), Nick (15 year old big brother who has done his best to adapt to life with a special needs sibling) & Layne (our very own 8 year old...

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Sheila Ellis

Sheila Ellis

Jonathan (age 20- deaf, autistic, OCD, nonverbal, high sensory needs, anxiety) and Ashley (17) are both my biological kids and Pearl (13) is Don's biological daughter. Don and I have been married...

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Heather Trammell

Heather Trammell

We are the Trammell family! Scott, Heather, Beth (19 yrs) and Marie (16 yrs). We live in Northern Virginia. Beth has Down syndrome. Her developmental delays are significant and she needs quite a bit...

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Jessica McCuiston

Jessica McCuiston

Isaac was diagnosed with autism when he was 2 years old. He is now almost 10, non-verbal, and he has also been diagnosed with ADHD, epilepsy, and has severe sensory and sleep difficulties. While he...

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Becca Wickey

Becca Wickey

We are the Wickeys! Justin and Becca (Dad and Mom), Anna (16), Matt (15), Maddie (13), and Gift (12). We are a church-planting/ministry family. Our home is a household of musicians and creatives....

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Bailey Nelson

Bailey Nelson

My husband, Andy, and I live in Indiana and we have three amazing kiddos. Our oldest, Brinkley (10), has a genetic condition called Williams Syndrome. She is an amazing, spirited young lady but she...

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FAQs

What shipping address do I use?

When prompted to select a shipping address, select the Gift Registry Address option under “Other Addresses” to send the gift directly to the caregiver. The full address will be hidden for privacy, but you can verify the caregiver’s name and city/state.

How do caregivers get on this list?

Caregivers can complete this simple application to be considered.

Can caregivers apply more than once?

Not at this time.

What if I want a gift card that’s not on the list?

Currently we’re only able to offer what is on the list.

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Nominate a Caregiver

To nominate a caregiver to be a part of one of our respite programs, fill out this quick form. We’ll be in contact soon!

If you are a special needs caregiver, you can apply to take part in our Respite Wish List program.