Honoring Your Cherub

   At CHERUBS we realize that EVERY CDH baby is special, every family is courageous and every journey is one to be remembered and honored. By working as a whole CDH community we honor all cherubs but we know that families also sometimes feel the need to do something more and give something back in honor of all that they have been through or in memory of a baby lost too soon. Below is a list of amazing things you can do in honor or in memory of your cherub to help other babies through CDH research, awareness and support.

Make A Tax-Deductible Donation
Donations are greatly needed and appreciated to continue our work helping CDH families 

Make Donation 


Hold an Event or Fundraiser
Want to do something on a grand scale? Hold a totebag baby shower, a walk or run, a formal event, a sports tournament or any type of event or fundraiser in your cherub's name!

Hold a Fundraiser 


Create a Firstgiving Page
Free, easy to do and a great way to raise awareness, share your cherub's story and raise money for a great cause!

Create a Page 


Donate Totebag Items
We need lots of items for our CDH HOPE Totebag program. Each item donated is labeled with your cherub's name.

Learn More 


Adopt A Hospital
Provide CDH information and support materials to your cherub's hospital in their name

Adopt a Hospital 


Join A Volunteer Committee
We have many positions that need to be filled and what a better way to honor your cherub than by giving of your time and heart to help other families affected by CDH.

Learn More 


Be A State or International Representative
The most active way for parents to volunteer makes you a leader in helping CDH families through the toughest time in their lives.

Learn More 


Be A Hospital Angel
Be an on-call support person for families whose cherubs are in your local hospital.

Be an Angel 


Save The Cherubs Campaign
We need photographers, models and people who are great at convincing the media and sponsors to help us raise CDH awareness!

Save the Cherubs 


Other Ways to Honor Your Cherub

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News from CHERUBS

2018 Light Ups for CDH Awareness Day

Buildings and Landmarks in the United States and Canada lit up blue, pink and yellow on April 19th for CDH Awareness Day.  The CN Tower will light up on April 28th in Toronto, Canada.

The following locations lit up for CDH Awareness Day in 2018:

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CDH International Telethon on April 19th

On CDH Awareness Day, April 19th, CDH International interviewed families, researchers, doctors and volunteers as they all shared stories, tears and trials as we raised awareness and money for Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia via live video on Facebook.  We had guests live from around the globe, truly an international day of CDH Awarneess.  The goal was to reach $50,000 over 15 hours during a live Facebook telethon.  Donors were able to make a donation by calling in, donating on any of the member's Facebook telethon fundraisers or directly on the website.  As the telethon closed, CDH International surpassed the goal bringing in $51,388.  This number is on the rise, where the final total will be announced on April 30th.  Facebook fundraisers for the telethon are still ongoing and the charity waits for any checks arriving by mail.

Read more...

2018 Salt Lake City Bees Game for CHERUBS

On Saturday, April 21, 2018, at Smith's Ballpark in Salt Lake City, Utah, CHERUBS held a CDH Awareness Ballgame. This was the 5th annual CDH Awareness ball game for the charity.  The game has been a yearly celebration of CDH Awareness Month. CHERUBS members, family and friends got together for a great night of baseball, meeting other CDH families and raised a ton of CDH Awareness. Abby Rush, 15 year old CDH survivor, got to throw in the 1st pitch of the night and kick off the celebration for the charity.  Wearing her wings, Abby threw the 1st pitch like a pro and raised a ton of CDH Awareness.

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

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2017 - News from CHERUBS

2018 Light Ups for CDH Awareness Day

Buildings and Landmarks in the United States and Canada lit up blue, pink and yellow on April 19th for CDH Awareness Day.  The CN Tower will light up on April 28th in Toronto, Canada.

The following locations lit up for CDH Awareness Day in 2018:

Read more...

CDH International Telethon on April 19th

On CDH Awareness Day, April 19th, CDH International interviewed families, researchers, doctors and volunteers as they all shared stories, tears and trials as we raised awareness and money for Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia via live video on Facebook.  We had guests live from around the globe, truly an international day of CDH Awarneess.  The goal was to reach $50,000 over 15 hours during a live Facebook telethon.  Donors were able to make a donation by calling in, donating on any of the member's Facebook telethon fundraisers or directly on the website.  As the telethon closed, CDH International surpassed the goal bringing in $51,388.  This number is on the rise, where the final total will be announced on April 30th.  Facebook fundraisers for the telethon are still ongoing and the charity waits for any checks arriving by mail.

Read more...

2018 Salt Lake City Bees Game for CHERUBS

On Saturday, April 21, 2018, at Smith's Ballpark in Salt Lake City, Utah, CHERUBS held a CDH Awareness Ballgame. This was the 5th annual CDH Awareness ball game for the charity.  The game has been a yearly celebration of CDH Awareness Month. CHERUBS members, family and friends got together for a great night of baseball, meeting other CDH families and raised a ton of CDH Awareness. Abby Rush, 15 year old CDH survivor, got to throw in the 1st pitch of the night and kick off the celebration for the charity.  Wearing her wings, Abby threw the 1st pitch like a pro and raised a ton of CDH Awareness.

Read more...