Published by Ben Martin
Central Pennsylvania triathlons raise money for CURE
More than 300 participants from 6 different states competed in a pair of endurance events this summer in the Harrisburg, PA, area raising $12,000 for CURE International. Both events were in their 14th year and were founded by J.J. Nissley. Mr. Nissley donated the events to CURE VP of Operations Cory DeAngelo, to be run […]
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Healing kids with disabilities and sharing God’s love. It’s what we do!
Facing the unknown
They prayed for healing, for a miracle for little Mary. Aida had given birth before, many times in fact. This child would be her seventh. She knew the routine. She knew what to expect. When the time came, she went to the community health center and delivered a baby girl, without complications. Aida and her […]
Meet the Tebow CURE Hospital’s second patient
Flora Mae fell down a flight of stairs at age 5, and the injury was not treated properly, leaving her with leg and hip issues.
Tebow CURE Hospital’s first patient!
We have some exciting news to share about the Tebow CURE Hospital in the Philippines! Doctors in Davao City have just completed the first-ever surgery at the Tebow CURE Hospital! Our first patient was Ruby Anne, who is just shy of her 16th birthday.
Jamilla’s dress caught fire, and the resulting wounds left her disabled. Unable to bend her leg, she could no longer walk. She had to drop out of school. Her future looked bleak.
International Nurses Day 2014
Today is International Nurses Day, and we’re celebrating the nurses in our hospitals who take such good care of our CUREkids! We are blessed to serve with these men and women who show love to the kids who walk through our doors. Here are a few photos of them in action:
You may not know Bryce Alan Flurie by name, but if you’ve been following CURE for any length of time, you’ve seen his work. Bryce is our Multimedia Producer; he travels the world with his camera at the ready, visiting CURE hospitals and getting to know the kids we’ve been privileged to heal. Few, however, have touched him like a girl from Ethiopia named Nolawit.
CURE parent inspired to do more
Dr. Patrick Kamalo’s son was diagnosed with hydrocephalus as an infant. The only treatment available in Malawi was a shunt, which was not the solution Dr. Kamalo wanted for his son. “I heard about ETV,” he says, “but at that time, the only place that we knew was CURE in Uganda.”
Your old belongings could bring life-changing surgery to a child
Did you receive something new for Christmas this year – like a new cell phone, tablet, or even a car – and are wondering what to do with the old version now that you’ll no longer be needing it? You can donate a wide variety of non-cash items to CURE through iDonate.