Help CURE mothers on Mother’s Day

By April 23, 2010

USA (MNN) — Mother's Day is approaching. It's a United States holiday where mothers are honored. This year, CURE International would like to help mothers in their hospitals around the world.

The mothers that arrive at their hospitals every day are desperate for two things: healing for their children and hope for their spirits. You can help provide both.

With your help, CURE can comfort a mother like Chaltu who arrived at their hospital in Ethiopia bearing the blame of having a child with clubfoot. While her daughter had surgery, the hospital spiritual staff counseled Chaltu and explained to her that it was not her fault.

Your gift can provide expert care to a mother like Diljan who, after six miscarriages, was finally able to deliver a beautiful baby girl because of CURE Kabul.

With your support, we can bring hope to mothers like Nakimuli and provide lifesaving care for her son's hydrocephalus — a condition that no one in her village had seen before.

At CURE, mothers like these find healing and hope for the future. In addition, they find acceptance and encouragement as our spiritual ministry teams express God's love for them.

CURE is encouraging you to do something a little different this year. Instead of sending flowers, candy or other gifts that will perish, why don't you help a mom and child in need. For your donation of $20 or more in support of moms around the world, CURE will send a Mother's Day card to the mom or grandmother in your life.

If you'd like to help, click here.

CURE is focused on the 100 million children in developing countries who can be cured — and cured completely. They're helping the kids with Hydrocephalus, Cleft Palate, Clubfoot, spinal deformities, and crippling orthopedic conditions. CURE has seen 1 million patients and performed 70,000 life-transforming surgeries.

CURE is passionate about the physical and spiritual healing of disabled children in developing countries. It is the foundation of what we have been doing since 1998.

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