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The picture above is of CURE in Philippines. The doctors, nurses, technicians, cooks, cleaners, and administrators of CURE Philippines are dedicated to providing the highest quality medical and spiritual care to people who, without CURE, couldn't find it and couldn't afford it, just like Aron. To do that, we're inviting you to partner with us.

We need to raise approximately $2000 for Aron and kids like him. When you give a gift through Aron's CUREkids profile, your contribution is designated to an exclusive country fund for CURE's work in Philippines, and those funds can only be used for operational expenses to treat patients in Philippines. Have more questions? Ask us.

Monthly Giving: Be a Hero!

When you partner with us monthly, we'll send you an email each month to introduce you to a different child who was helped because of your generosity. You can choose to follow their updates and send them get well messages. That means that each year, you're a part of helping 12 different children, beginning with Aron. We call it being a CURE Hero!

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Aron's Story

“If I were to become a superhero, I’d want to become ‘The Flash!’ He moves fast and can run! I like superman too, but only in the movies. During my free time, I like to watch Korean shows and follow the interesting love stories!” Aron tel… Read more

“If I were to become a superhero, I’d want to become ‘The Flash!’ He moves fast and can run! I like superman too, but only in the movies. During my free time, I like to watch Korean shows and follow the interesting love stories!” Aron tells us.

Filled with a variety of interests in shows and movies to fill in his free time, “Aron is one of the most hard-working kids I know,” says his dad Archie. “At school, I usually answer questions on the board and my classmates help me out. I am good friends with my classmates and my cousins and often we chat,” Aron adds.

Surrounded with a great community of family and friends, Aron is able to live a happy life as he pushes through his hopes and dreams to be able to walk someday. Aron says, “I am happy to be the oldest child of six. My siblings are all mischievous, but I like that I get to lead them.”

“Even if Aron was born a premature baby with cerebral palsy, he has grown to become very responsible which I like about him. He likes to do things on his own,” adds Archie, who is so close to him, they almost look like brothers!

“Right now, I’m not able to walk on my own. I need assistance to get up and move around. The doctor said that if I really want to walk, I’m going to have to work hard after having surgery on my hips and knees. Someday, I’d really love to be able to run and play basketball!” hopes Aron.

We are encouraged to hear Aron’s dreams and his determination to do his part for his healing. The good news is we can help him as we pray and provide for his surgery!

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Latest Updates

May 19, 2017

Smiles never fade away from Aron every time we come by to see him. His entire crew in the room teased him and said, "it's because of the beautiful ladies and nurses that come by!" Aron gave another shy smile as he blushed and covered his face with his blanket! We'll miss this sweet guy as he goes home today! Photo of Aron

May 18, 2017

No faux hairdo today, but still plenty of smiles from Aron as he joked with Nurse Jobelle while she took his blood pressure. Everything is looking great, his pain level is down, and he gets to go home soon! Photo of Aron

May 17, 2017

No, Aron didn’t get a new hairdo overnight! He was sleeping under a black t-shirt, but peeked out to say “hello”, and it looked like he had acquired a new ‘do. What he did get is a “new” pair of legs, and even though he says he’s pretty sore, he’s still all smiles! Photo of Aron

May 16, 2017

Aron’s tendons are tight from his knees to his ankles, so Dr. Jun went through and released them in both spots. It’s a simple surgery, but the recovery and physical therapy will be a lot of hard work. Aron told us yesterday that he’s up for the challenge, he’s looking forward to working hard and making progress! Photo of Aron

May 15, 2017

One of the first things we get to do when patients come to CURE is to hang out and get to know them. Aron’s broad smile and chatty personality came out immediately, and we felt like old friends in no time. His surgery is tomorrow, please be praying that all goes well! Photo of Aron

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