Karen Grace is admitted to the Tebow CURE Hospital for clubbed feet
Frequently asked questions
When was the hospital built?
Construction of the hospital began in May 2012 and completed in October 2014.
Where is the hospital?
The hospital is located in Davao City on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
How big is the hospital?
The hospital is a 5-story, 30-bed orthopedic facility.
Who does the hospital treat?
The hospital was created to meet the physical needs and provide spiritual healing for deserving children in the Philippines who could not otherwise afford care. The hospital treats children with physical disabilities such as cleft lip, clubfoot and bowed legs.
Who is CURE?
CURE International is a non-profit organization which operates programs and hospitals in 29 countries, has seen over 2.5 million patients and and has performed more than 175,000 surgeries in its 16-year history.
How do I get involved?
At this time, the Tim Tebow Foundation is not currently offering mission trips to the hospital. However, if you are in the medical profession and would like to work or volunteer at the hospital please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The best way to be involved in our Tebow CURE Hospital initiative is to donate and follow our updates on Facebook. We encourage you to donate online or by mailing a check, made payable to Tim Tebow Foundation, to our secure lockbox at:
Tim Tebow Foundation
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