Adopt a Hospital Program

   Would you like to help families affected by Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia? Would you like to do something in honor or in memory of a cherub? CHERUBS has created a new program that will soon be helping CDH families across the country.

How does it work? 
   You make a $100 donation to CHERUBS and we order and put together the materials and send them to the hospital in honor / memory of your cherub.

CHERUBS Adopt A Hospital Care Package Includes:

  • 1 copy of "Stories of Cherubs" Volume I
  • 1 copy of "Stories of Cherubs" Volume II
  • 1 CDH awareness mini-poster
  • 20 Parent Reference Guides
  • 30 CHERUBS CDH Info Brochures
  • 40 CDH Awareness Ribbon Pins
  • 10 copies of our latest newsletter

Each item (except the CDH ribbon pins) is labeled with a sticker that says "Donated in honor of ________" or "Donated in memory of _________"

These items are then available to all CDH parents admitted into these hospitals. Upon joining CHERUBS, new parents will soon receive more information and support through our CHERUBS H.O.P.E. program.

These items are an invaluable source of support and information for families affected by Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. Because there are so many hospitals, CHERUBS cannot possibly afford to donate to all hospitals and we are inviting our members and the general public to help us to help CDH families.

Your donation is tax-deductible!

 
Join the Angel Club and make a monthly or annual donation in honor or in memory of your cherub.

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CHERUBS Wins Non-Profit Award

For the 5th consecutive year, CHERUBS has been awarded the Great Non-Profits award. 

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Our featured cherub for the week of March 3rd is Vivienne Finger.

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