Something we’ve never done before

Today, to celebrate World Clubfoot Day, we are doing something we’ve never done before.

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Mohit, healed of clubfoot through CURE Clubfoot in India

CURE produces a photo book every year. It’s a compilation of photos that tell the story of who we are and what we do, usually through the lens of one of our kids’ stories.

For the first time ever, we’ve made the featured story from this year’s photo book available online. It’s the story of what happens when treatment for conditions like clubfoot is not available…

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…and what happens when it is.

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The most beautiful part of this story might be the chapters that have yet to be written. Because of donors like you, the same healing that was available to Mohit is available to kids all over the world through CURE Clubfoot. Thank you for being part of helping a new generation of kids rise up and walk!

Click here to read the full story and learn how, together, we are rewriting the story of clubfoot.


Photo of the Beka Watts

About the Author:

Beka served as a writer for CURE from 2014-2017, which means she got to spend her days sharing stories of life-changing healing across a variety of platforms. She also frequently traveled to CURE hospitals and program locations as part of the media team. She is a big fan of coffee, olives, Gilmore Girls, and the Green Bay Packers.

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