Meet Joseph. He is five-years-old. He is from Ghana. He has bilateral clubfoot. When Kids for a Cause raises $8,000 he will come to the United States to be treated at the University of Iowa and live here for one year. Can you afford to support Joseph this holiday season? He can't afford for you not to.
Kids for a Cause was established in 2011 out of a mother's love for her child recovering from clubfoot surgery, and a will to turn a difficult situation into an opportunity to make a difference for children in similar situations. From this determination was born a triathlon to raise money for organizations that support children afflicted with clubfoot. Our mission: Helping kids realize they have the strength to make a difference.
This year, Kids for a Cause supports two organizations: Clubfoot Solutions and Ray of Hope Medical Missions.
Clubfoot Solutions has created the Iowa Brace which, for $35, completes the correction of clubfoot non-surgically while holding a young child's foot in corrected position.
Ray of Hope Medical Missions is a unique not-for-profit organization that secures medical visas, passports, free transportation, donated life-saving care and medical procedures for medically-deprived children from underdeveloped nations. Select children will be provided with all the necessities required to obtain medical care in the United States that would not otherwise be available to them. Once healthy, these children will return to their families.
Please, give today, so we can continue to help kids realize they can make a difference in a clubfoot child's tomorrow.