Other kids like Domingo Reynoso who need your support
- Domingo Needs a CURE
What is CUREkids and who is Domingo?
YouDomingo lives in Dominican Republic and has bowed legs, and in Dominican Republic the sort of specialty medical care Domingo needs is scarce. There are 100 million children in the world just like Domingo who have little hope for the future.Many can't play with their friends or go to school, and when Domingo grows up, things that we hope for like marriage or finding a job will be difficult or impossible...all because Domingo has a curable disability! But you can change Domingo's life forever.
- You can help
What can you do?
You can help Domingo right now. Maybe you can offer $30. Or maybe you can introduce Domingo to others who can help...
- A Community Solution
Be a part of something bigger than you
When you join CUREkids, you're getting involved in something much bigger than you. You're joining a community of people from across the U.S. and around the world that are committed to making a lasting difference in the life of a child who has a curable disability: Domingo
CUREkids builds Communities
focused around one thing:
Healing a Child
- Results that Matter
See how healing changes everything
We all want proof that our gifts are making a difference, and CUREkids offers real results that really matter. Together, we'll see the before and after photos online from Dominican Republic of Domingo's treatment and we'll send updates to you through email and Facebook.
This boy (Alfred) was healed as Domingo soon will be
This is your chance to change Domingo's life forever! Help Now
- Seen in Clinic 10/04/2012
- At CURE On 10/04/2012
- Operated On 10/30/2012
- Scheduled For 10/30/2012
- Closed On 03/09/2013
5 years old
- 2 Participants
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- Day 29Congratulations! Domingo's funding goal is met!
Tuesday October 30, 2012
- Day 5Domingo is scheduled for followup at CURE Dominican Republic
Saturday October 6, 2012
- Day 4He is doing great!! I have become very accustomed to walking up the stairs to check on him in his bed, and finding him asleep nine times out of ten. This definitely is not a bad thing though! He is well rested, and comfortable here at CURE. When he is awake, he tries to get up, and quickly realizes that this is no bueno. So instead, his mom told me that he has become very expressive, using a lot of hand signals to communicate. I will continue to keep everyone posted, and as of now, he is set to be discharged tomorrow!
Thursday October 4, 2012
- Day 2And he's out of surgery! Things were slow but successful as Dr. Ruggles & Dr. Santana used a mobile X-ray machine to identify placement for an external fixator device in Domingo's left tibia bone. His right leg wasn't as severe, so he only needed a small pin in that leg. Now on to recovery road, and prayers would definitely be appreciated! http://bit.ly/PTBXws
Tuesday October 2, 2012
- Day 1With surgery scheduled for tomorrow, this could be one of the last pictures every taken of his bowed legs! http://bit.ly/SzXxJC
Monday October 1, 2012