Organize support for

a loved one.

Quickly schedule help & tasks,
and communicate in one place.

Over 96,000 Communities Created
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Why Lotsa?


Quickly schedule help and tasks for your loved one.


Allow others to send encouragement and stay in the loop.


The easiest (and free!) way to help those wishing to help others.

Who uses Lotsa?


You care for a loved one or for a friend and need help.

Friends & Family

You know someone caring for others and want to help.


You want to help people in your neighborhood.

Lotsa Features

Help Calendar

Schedule and sign up for tasks such as meal delivery and rides to appointments.

Well Wishes

Drop a line to say hello or offer support to the family.

Message Boards

Connect with Members and communicate about other ways to help the family.

Photo Gallery

Post or view personal photos and share a memory or milestone.

Lotsa people have already helped out!

1.8 million

members helping


communities created


child care shifts covered

2 million

meals delivered


rides given


well wishes posted

What Lotsa Members are saying:

"Thank you for this wonderful site. My six siblings and I are using it to coordinate and communicate care for our elderly mother in New York state. We are scattered across the East Coast and Midwest. This site enables us to schedule tasks and keep everyone informed without having to exchange endless phone calls and emails."

Debra, Massachusetts

"The service that you provide is incredible for those in crisis and I will surely recommend it to anyone I know that may need it. We've gotten through my husband's stem cell transplant (relapse of leukemia) triumphantly especially because we've been helped by so many people around us."

Michelle, New Jersey

"Your website is outstanding. Easy to use, intuitive, well thought out. It's the answer to one of our first practical questions in this crisis: 'How can we manage all the offers of help?' From our hearts, thank you. We're grateful for a tool that's so useful in a really tough time of need."

Jeffrey, Colorado

So many hands are waiting to help. Let them.