We Give Care is a quarterly journal and online community. Our mission is to celebrate and support caregivers by sharing stories and resources.
In Memory of Tamra Lynn Nalley
"Behind all your stories is always your mother’s story, because hers is where yours begins” -Mitch Albom, For One More Day
The We Give Care project is dedicated to Tamra Lynn Nalley - the best mom in every sense. There are not enough tears shed, stories rememberd or words in the English language to convey how much you are missed. We remember your presence daily and persist through our grief in order to continue making you proud. Thank you for the unconditional love, fierce support and bravery through it all.
With love, Natalie
Meet the Team

Abby Golfo

Abby is a designer and researcher focused on understanding how people move through their worlds. She loves working within multidisciplinary teams so they can ask, learn, and iterate together. In her free time, she enjoys making videos, collecting stickers (but rarely sticking them anywhere), and exploring new places.

Originally from outside of New York City, Abby now lives in Buffalo, NY and works as a UX designer at M&T Bank.

Katy Atherholt

Katy is a freelance brand designer and strategist based in San Francisco, CA. She works to help small firms and creative professionals leverage design to reach their business goals. When she’s not smooshing pixels she is running, drinking boba tea or shamelessly watching Love Island.

Outside of work she is mentoring design students at the Dept. of Illusions and training for a half marathon.

Natalie Stroud

Natalie Stroud is a Web Accessibility Specialist for ilumino in Cincinnati, OH. She is a self-taught developer that loves learning about web accessibility, coding, and user experience. She is a member of Women Who Code Cincinnati, a Google Women Techmaker, a co-organizer of Ladies That UX Cincinnati, and a volunteer at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

In her free time, Natalie loves to travel, listen to Pearl Jam, and play videogames.
Why Caregiving?
Throughout our lives, we will know or meet people who will require a challenging level of care. Often there is a remarkable person or group of people that step up to the plate, learning along the way what it means to provide that level of care - to become a caregiver. But while these generous people move their everyday focus to their loved one, their own situation can become isolating, difficult, and lonely.
The team at We Give Care is standing together in support of the caregiver community. Our quarterly journal and online community share stories and resources to connect caregivers. We strive to create a space that will help others step into the world of caregiving.