Project C.U.R.E. By: Cassandra S. Girl Scout Troop 2494. Who am I?. My name is Cassandra. I am a Girl Scout working on my Silver Award with Project CURE. A Silver Award is the highest award a Girl S cout can earn as a Cadette Girl Scout (6 th -8 th grade).
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By: Cassandra S.
Girl Scout Troop 2494
Who is Project C.U.R.E?
Third world countries do not have enough medical supplies or adequate health facilities to care for all people. Project C.U.R.E works to bring more supplies and updated equipment to these underdeveloped countries.
3rd world countries
For many families in 3rd world countries, if a child gets injured or sick, the family must travel by foot, bicycle or bus for many miles to get help. Sometimes they may not get the help they need right away.
Simple supplies that we find in our
medicine chests at home are not available to these families.
Wouldn’t it be nice if these families can have basic supplies in their home to help children who are sick or injured?
What is Kits for Kids?
Kits for Kids program provides parents in
developing countries with many things they need to
help treat their child’s symptoms and illnesses. This
small, but powerful package contains “medicine
chest” items such as soap, hand sanitizer, pain
reliever, adhesive bandages, bug bite lotion, etc.
Complete the online “request Kit form” at projectcure.org/programs/kidskits
Gather the Kits for Kids supplies
Dollar stores have most of these supplies therefore making it cost effective to help support the activity
Drop off or ship your filled kits to one of Project C.U.R.E’s warehouses
Pay $5 shipping per kit
I have created a manual with ideas on different ways to collect medical supplies.