Welcome to Hope for the Caregiver

About Us

Our Founders

Hope for the Caregiver is the family caregiver outreach of Standing With Hope - founded by Peter and Gracie Rosenberger.

About Peter Rosenberger

In an unparalleled journey with his wife Gracie, Peter has navigated a medical nightmare that has mushroomed to 85+ major operations—including the amputation of both of Gracie’s legs below the knee. These difficult experiences led Peter to work with more than 100 treating physicians in 13 hospitals and seven medical insurance companies, and medical bills soaring to more than $15 million. All these circumstances resulted in Peter developing a firm grasp of the healthcare issues faced by families with disabilities.

Earning a Bachelor of Music from Belmont University, Peter is an accomplished pianist and often incorporates his expressive style of music into his presentations as he entertains, inspires, and challenges audiences from all walks of life. In addition to a lengthy list of performances, Peter’s also an award-winning composer and has released his CD: Songs for the Caregiver.

About Gracie Rosenberger

Forty years ago, Gracie faced a life-altering car accident at the young age of 17.

The accident thrust her into a nightmarish world of trauma, pain, and disability, challenging her very essence. While many believed her promising career and voice were prematurely silenced, Gracie had a different vision.

Determined to offer hope to fellow amputees, Gracie launched a prosthetic limb outreach program, Standing With Hope, in West Africa.

Her mission was to provide the same that sustains her in her difficult journey.

From the wards of Walter Reed Army Medical Center to some of the world's most prominent stages, Gracie's voice has inspired and lifted countless hearts and lives.

At Hope for the Caregiver (the family caregiver outreach of Standing With Hope), we stand on the shoulders of these incredible individuals, Peter and Gracie, as we work to strengthen family caregivers on their unique journeys.

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God." (2 Corinthians 1:3-4, NKJV)