Recent Patient Updates
A family sent a picture of Minnie, a fluffy little dog in a sweater, and after some questioning, Timothy said, "I like the dog, it is very pretty, it has on a nice outfit. It is not a scary dog. If it was my dog, I would name it Bruce. I have a rabbit at home as a pet, but he doesn't have name."
We also asked if he wants prayers for anyone at home and if there's someone he misses. He told us, "I miss Miracle, my sister's daughter. She's two years old. I chase her when she annoys me. She deserves it because she provokes me. She's not that young because she can talk already. The other day I was eating nsima (porridge) and she stole my nsima and ran away! But I still miss her. You can pray for her." "Pray what for her?" "Pray."
Funny: "How is your wound?"
Manuel: "There is a change."
Funny: "What is the change?"
Manuel: "Ah, there is a change!"
Funny: "How are your brothers?"
Manuel: "They are all good. I was happy to see them."
We clarified that the change to his wound is a positive change, so that's good! He says it's better but that he hasn't gone back to school yet. "My mother said that I should not go to school because she's worried about the stitches, and for now I agree with her on that."
Activity for the week of Sunday, Jun 17
Practicing fiscal accountability is a critical aspect of CURE’s financial stewardship model. Along with annual audits by an independent CPA firm, CURE is a member in good standing with the ECFA.
- 91.4% Program Expense CURE hospital and specialty program expenses
- 2.3% Administration General and administrative expenses
- 6.3% Fundraising
Why I Support CURE
Chris is excited to join CURE for the same reason most of us are part of it: Seeing the Kingdom of God at work in kids lives. "Kids right now who can't walk, they're being carried, who can't go outside because their faces look different… they get to be kids again. Because of CURE… because of you and me and everyone else involved, kids will be kids again, and be able to walk and run.Chris Tomlin