• Our Comfort Build-a-Bag’s Continue to Deliver Smiles Monthly!

  • Our Newest Back Pack program in Cabazon Elementary!

  • Super Hero’s Help Deliver our one of a kind Comfort Build-a-Bag’s!

  • Volunteers show amazing kindness carrying food more than 4 blocks for a Lady.

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Our most recent Cure Hunger Now Food Outreach started a little early this time due to the hot temps of summer, and to everyone’s enjoyment our line was in the shade. We fed 274 families, 1130 people total with our Cure Hunger Now Food Bags. Inside each Cure Hunger Now Food Bag we had lots of good food and we had frozen chickens from Feeding America! So many grateful people […]

On June 11th we had another successful Cure Hunger Now food outreach in Cabazon. Volunteers and the Cabazon Association came together to feed the community of Cabazon. The bags for this outreach were packed by Kohls Cares. Thank you to everyone who packed these fantastic bags. Many people came to receive food and we gave out 150 bags. This is great as each bag can feed multiple people. Volunteers handed […]

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Summer might just be every kid’s favorite season, no school, road trips, and swimming might be on your list this summer. But it can be even harder to save energy and water during the summer due to hot temperatures that drive us all crazy! If you live in a state where it is very dry, do your part and save water. Energy is just as important when you run your […]

Juvenile myasthenia gravis is the childhood form of myasthenia, which is an autoimmune disease. In a child the body creates antibodies that attack the acetylcholine receptor and other proteins sometimes at the neuromuscular junction. What is acetylcholine? It is a neurotransmitter that plays a role in muscle contractions. If you don’t have enough receptor sites for acetylcholine it can cause a child’s muscles to weaken over time. Here’s what you […]

What is Scleroderma? According scleroderma.org it is a chronic connective tissue disease, mostly classified as an autoimmune rheumatic disease. When the skin hardens this is one of the most visible signs of the disease. This disease can vary from patient to patient. This condition is not contagious, infectious, cancerous or malignant. About 300,000 Americans have scleroderma. There are a lot of many misdiagnosed and undiagnosed cases. For children localized scleroderma […]

Aphasia is when it is hard to communicate with language due to injuries to the brain, most commonly a stroke. It makes it really hard to speak to people and this usually occurs in older people, but it depends. Head trauma, strokes, brain tumors and other forms of infections can cause Asphasia. Sometimes this condition can be very severe and make communicating with the patient almost impossible or it can […]