Getting back to school

Kids all over the country are going back to school this month, but for the kids we serve, going back to school means so much more than doing some shopping and getting on the bus. At cure.org/backtoschool, you can watch Charity’s story and encourage a child in a CURE hospital who wants to get back to school.

There are so many kids who have traded the pain of disability for the promise of education thanks to the treatment they received at CURE. You can see just a few of their stories in this month’s photo essay: https://cureintl.exposure.co/back-to-school.


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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