CHERUBS “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.

There are 2 options to our Adopt A Hospital program:

Adoption Plan #1 – You order / print out the list of items below and take them to the hospital. You also become a CHERUBS Hospital Ambassdor for new CDH families at that hospital and you periodically refurnish the materials.

Adoption Plan #2 – 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 poster
20 Parent Reference Guides
50 CHERUBS CDH Info Brochures
50 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 Gabe’s Gifts 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.

If you would like to Adopt A Hospital, please contact us at volunteer@cherubs-cdh.org

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