Published by Sarah Newell
Kind words & an amazing little girl
About a week ago, I received an email about a girl named Abigail. The email was much like the others that I routinely receive from parents or Good Samaritans seeking care for a child in need. Libby, Abigail’s mother, needed urgent care for her daughter. As usual, I connected her with directors at our nearest hospital and hoped we could help. […]
Give the Gift of Healing!
This year, you can spread the peace, joy and love of the Christmas season, not only to your loved ones but also to children in need around the world. Give a life-changing gift from our Gift of Healing catalog in honor of a loved one and in return we will send a beautiful Christmas card […]
You can change a life today. Right now. How about Ireen’s? Ireen is a 10-month-old baby girl who was brought to CURE after her parents had exhausted every other idea, hospital, doctor and any money the family had (which for this family is about $20 a month). Ireen’s fingers, wrist and the inside part of […]
We need teens who want to help CURE kids!
A new program, Dance 4 Kids Who Can’t, will give teens the chance to make a huge impact in the lives of children around the world. CURE college interns (positions still available) are already in motion working to connect with young people in Middle Schools and High Schools across the country in an effort to spark […]
Rank CURE as a top-rated disability organization
Hi Everyone, In honor of disability awareness month, CURE is participating in GreatNonprofits’ disability awareness campaign. Help us be ranked as one of the top disability organizations! Click here and share about why you love CURE and the impact we are making in the lives of children with disabilities. We need 10 reviews by October 31st in […]
Expanding CCW in India
Last week, a memorandum of understanding was signed between CURE Clubfoot Worldwide and Karnataka, India state government to open more clubfoot clinics throughout the state! Join us in celebrating the many young lives that will be changed through treatment as a result! Read the full story in The Hindu here.
Art for a Cause
This semester, students at Mt. Olive College in North Carolina are doing more than studying and writing term papers — they are helping to transform lives! The college has a new course, Art for a Cause, the brainchild of Larry Lean, Professor of Art and Visual Communication at Mount Olive College. Recently, Professor Lean’s daughter, […]
Knit, Pray, Love
Editor’s note: Project “Knit, Pray, Love” is no longer active. CURE is not accepting donations of knitted items at this time (January 2016). Last year we were so excited to have Brant Hansen, host of Mornings with Brant on the WAY-FM network, visit our hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan. During his trip, Brant and his audience […]
Remembering Dan Terry
CURE International designated Friday, August 13th as a day of remembrance and tribute to Dan Terry, friend of CURE and one of the 10 medical aid workers killed earlier this month in Afghanistan. Friends shared memories, photos and stories of Dan on the CURE blog throughout the day. If you did not have a chance […]
CURE night at the ballpark
CURE was pleased to be the featured charity at the Harrisburg Senators game on August 6th. The Senators have donated baseballs and t-shirts to our patients in the Dominican Republic and it was great to continue our relationship with the Senators in this way. CURE was featured in a video presentation at the beginning of […]
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