Since the announcement that former President Jimmy Carter would continue his hospice care at home after a few stays in the hospital, people around the world have used the Carter Center's Kudoboard to send him best wishes during this time.

The Kudoboard has been used in the past as an outlet to wish happy birthdays to the 39th president and his wife, Rosalynn, but today folks are visiting the website to express their admiration and well wishes for Carter and his family.

The Carter Center is a nonprofit humanitarian organization based in Atlanta, founded by Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter in 1982. More than 40 years after the Center opened, interns and former and current employees of the Carter Center have sent their love via the Kudoboard as they remarked about their time working with the former president. 

"President Carter, you have always been my North Star," Rick Jasculca, current Advanced Lead at the Carter Center, wrote on the Kudoboard. "I am so grateful for having had the opportunity to work with you and Rosalynn over almost 5 decades. Our entire family sends our love, and we will always consider you part of our family."

People have shared pictures and videos of Carter on the site, including several photos of Carter's Sunday School classes at Maranatha Baptist Church, a video of the Carters singing "Amazing Grace" with country artist Willie Nelson, and a joyful photo that captured Carter and the late Nelson Mandela at the launch of The Elders organization.

Carter ran for president twice, in 1976 and 1980, and in that time gained many supporters including those who shared on the Kudoboard that they were first-time voters who cast their ballots for Carter. Several messages detailed the qualities they admire in him— honesty, leadership and dedication to helping others.

Young children shared the lasting impacts of Carter's example and wrote that they wish to continue his legacy of inspiring others.

"President Carter, you are truly an inspiration to so many people across the world," a young student said. "After I found some history about you, I was truly surprised by your work. I am a junior in high school, and I love talking about you. I hope to become like you someday. Thank you so much for serving as President of the United States. You left an amazing legacy..."

Legislators from around the country, including Democratic Georgia Rep. Lisa Campbell of the 35th District, sent thanks to Carter for all the hard work over the course of his life that has touched so many, including her. Campbell also thanked him in a Twitter post.

Carter also made an impact internationally as well, and messages are flowing in from England, Tanzania and Guyana, to name a few. 

Kudos to the former president continue to pour in on social media, the news, and The Carter Center's Kudoboard.