• 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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This latest outreach was the best outreach we’ve had so far. Each Banning outreach continues to grow and get better and better. Don’t forget that the next Banning outreach is on June 25 from 10-1p at Repplier Park. If you would like to help volunteer please email, info@kidscures.org or bryton@kidscures.org. Our volunteers make it happen, and we want to thank everyone who made this outreach a great success including our […]

Our Garden of Hope got some more love on May 21, when Kohl’s from multiple stores came out to volunteer through Kohl’s Cares. Volunteers from Kids Cures Foundation came to lend a helping hand as well. Garden Grooves was the name of this event to help collect bottles, cans and mostly garden. Planting, digging, pulling weeds, painting rocks, and more! Everyone helped plant beautiful flowers through out the garden adding […]

This month is all about trying to prevent Melanoma/Skin Cancer. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US. Each year many more cases are added, and 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. Skin cancer is mainly a behavioral disease and is preventable. Information from skincancer.org, “About 86 percent of melanomas and 90 percent of nonmelanoma skin cancers are associated with […]

Strokes are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. This is partially due to the fact that every 40 seconds someone in the U.S. has a stroke. A Stroke is sometimes called a brain attack, and this occurs when a blockage happens or when a blood vessel in or around the brain bursts. Did you know that almost a quarter of all strokes occur in people that […]

  According to cdc.gov, Asthma is a lung disease that affects over 24 million people in the U.S. This includes more than 6 million children. Asthma can cause people to miss out on school and work, limiting their physical activities. Asthma cannot be cured, it can be managed. To do this successfully you must know the signs of an asthma attack, avoid things that trigger attacks, and talk to your […]

This is the last week of Earth Month! With all the ways you can help the planet, you can also help the planet by saving water. We know it may not seem important, but if you live in a state like California saving water is important. So every Monday in April you will see a new article about how you can save water. Each week will be 5 new tips […]

On April 23rd our Outreach was unimaginable as we served more people than ever before. In fact our volunteers pushed the line so fast and efficiently we topped our goal, and also topped our past Outreaches which have seen 100+ people served in less than an hour. At this Cure Hunger Now Food Outreach our bags were filled with various canned goods, cereal, cranberries, bananas, chicken and more while supplies […]