2014 CDH Research Grant Contest

 

VOTING HAS BEGUN! Vote once a day, every day until December 30th for your favorite CDH organization to win research grant money!

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23 CDH Research Centers from around the world in the running to win a Research Grant to the center with the most votes on December 31st.   

 
 
December 1st - 31st, 2014 CHERUBS is holding a voting contest to award a Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research Grant via our Facebook page.   
 
We are still selling raffle tickets to raise money for this grant!  50% of raffle ticket sales go to CDH Research, 50% to the raffle winner.  Buy tickets on-line until December 30th!
 
50% of donations to our CDH Research Fund will also go towards this research grant!  Donate now!

1st Phase - Vote daily for your favorite CDH Research Center from December 1st to the 20th.

2nd Phase - Vote counts are reset on December 20th and the top 5 CDH Centers will battle it out until December 31st.

Who are you voting for?
 
  • Baylor College of Medicine CDH Genetic Lab (genetic research)
  • Boston Children's Hospital CDH Clinic (repair material research)
  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Medical Center (surgical repair)
  • DHREAMS Research Study (Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia) Lab (genetic research)
  • Mass General CDH Genetic Research Study (genetic research)
  • OSF St. Francis Medical Center (CDH Clinic)
  • Shands at the University of Florida CDH Clinic (gentle ventilation research)
  • St. Louis Fetal Care Institute (fetal research)
  • Texas Children's Hospital (fetal research)
  • The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment at CHOP (fetal research)
  • UCSF Fetal Treatment Center (fetal research)
  • International CDH Study Group (long term CDH care)
  • Sydney Children’s Hospital (Australia)
  • Universitätsklinikum Mannheim gGmbH (Germany)
  • Université Paris Descartes (France)
  • Ospedali Pediatrico Bambino Gesu (Italy)
  • University Hospital Gasthuisberg (Belgium)
  • The Hospital for Sick Children (Canada)
  • National Center of Child Health and Development (Japan)
  • Sophia Children’s Hospital (Netherlands)
  • Liverpool University (United Kingdom)
  • University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
  • Scottish Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Clinical Network (Scotland)

 

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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.

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2018 Salt Lake City Bees Game for CHERUBS

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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...