"Just a simple thank you is not enough. I cannot tell you all the things that you have done, all the things that you have changed, how you have transformed my life and my family’s life." How does a child’s story and a mom’s story and a CURE employee’s story all intersect into one? Find out in this blog post: http://cure.org/blog/2014/08/i-thought-i-knew-what-to-expect/
"Shakira’s story made me believe that disability is not the same as inability." Shakira is indeed pretty amazing! Read about how she wins all of her school’s racing competitions - despite having one leg shorter than the other - at http://cure.org/blog/2014/08/through-your-works-you-are-showing-gods-greatness/.
From Johnny, our CUREkids Coordinator in Kenya, “While on a shoot in Mathare, Nairobi, we met a boy named Michael who wanted to have his picture taken. Shortly thereafter he dashed back to school. Regardless of whatever little money exists in their neighborhood, kids will still be kids.”