• Our Garden of Hope is becoming something really special, visit it soon! Open during office hours.

  • We provide patient gift bags to children in the Hospital

  • Our Cure Hunger Now Program Feeds Families in our Community! #CureHungerNow!

  • Volunteers help deliver Comfort Build-a-Bag’s Every Month!

  • Volunteers help hand out food to those in need! #CureHungerNow

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Every month we post a new Monthly Kids Snack, and this month our snack is called, “Strawberry Yogurt Bark!” Click on the image below to take you to our Monthly Kids Snack Page! Enjoy!!

This month is Children’s Eye Health & Safety Month. Every time parents take their child to the pediatric it’s the perfect time for their children to get an eye exam. According to hap.org, parents should look for signs if their child has vision problems such as: wandering or crossed eyes; a family history of childhood vision problems; disinterest in reading or viewing distant objects; squinting or turning the head in […]

The letter “p” in the word psoriasis is silent. Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that “causes cells to build up rapidly on the surface of the skin”. Psoriasis builds up skin cells that form a thick, silvery scales that are itchy, dry, red areas that are sometimes painful, but topical creams help with dryness and pain. For psoriasis there is no cure, but it is treatable with creams, medication […]

If you don’t know already, our Cure Hunger Now Food Outreach is every fourth Saturday of the month. We pack bags the day before at our USDA Food Bank! Many volunteers came out to help unload about 9,200 pounds of food from the Feeding America truck. Quickly they helped get the food out and put into our CHN Food Bags. We packed many bags in just a few short hours. […]

If you do not know our kids and youth club called, “Cures Club”. Now might be the perfect time to get involved. Cures Club is all about kids and youth coming together at our Charity Headquarters to do some cool activities. In the past Cures Club has done cards for kids in the hospital, crafts, games, car washes, recycling, gardening, and more! To accommodate with more schedules we have changed […]

Group B Streptococcus (strep) is common bacterium often carried in your intestines or your lower genital tracts. Group B Strep (GBS) is usually harmless in adults. However, in new born it can cause a variety of diseases such as Sepsis and Meningitis. Approximately 1 in 4 pregnant women carry GBS according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Women who carry the GBS bacteria in their bodies […]

July is Cord Blood Awareness Month! Did you know that umbilical cord blood is rich in blood stem cells? It contains cells that can repair and restore an immune system. The cord blood can be used in transplants for life threatening diseases such as, leukemia as well as metabolic and genetic diseases. According to The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) 7 out of 10 patients have to look outside of […]