Sympathy Group Card with Kudoboard.

Create a meaningful sympathy card from your group. Add your message, invite others to add to the board, and then deliver the timely message of support to the recipient.

Create Kudoboard

Select a Recipient

Choose someone to receive a Kudoboard online group greeting card.


Add your content

Attach messages, photos, and videos to the recipient's board.


Enlist your group

Invite family, friends, and colleagues to add their contributions.


Deliver Appreciation

Deliver the recipient's Kudoboard online or in print form.

Sample Use

Tori's mother recently passed away. Jane - who knows Tori and her Mom well from Church - started Tori a sympathy Kudoboard and invited other Church members to contribute.

Preview Board

...or check out a demo video.

Kudoboard Options

From Single Boards to Ongoing Plans

Mini Board

Best for a small group of contributors, 1-to-1 boards, or to test the Kudoboard system

Premium Board

(one-time charge)
Great for a larger group to send appreciation on a birthday, holiday, or special occasion


(paid annually)
Made for a person who regularly starts Kudoboards for friends, family, or colleagues


Starts at 16.99/mo
(paid annually)
Everything a business needs for employee recognition or customer appreciation efforts

Want to print as a poster?

You can download a high-resolution version of the board and print it yourself, or we can print & ship anywhere in the continental US.


When my good friend's husband died, our entire group of college friends from across the country made her a Sympathy card with Kudoboard to cheer her up. It was a lifesaver -- otherwise, I'm not sure how I would have gathered everyone's contributions.

Tandy L., Connecticut

Our sorority used Kudoboard to express our sympathy and wish a member well after her Grandmother passed away unexpectedly. It worked perfectly and received over 100 contributions, so I'd definitely recommend it to others.

Jessica R., Michigan

I'm part of an online community, and they recently sent me a Kudoboard when my mother passed away. It was a small thing -- but it was a truly a bright spot in an otherwise difficult period.

Roger L., Idaho