Volunteer with CURE

CURE volunteers give of themselves with selfless dedication and an unmatched commitment to help CURE families.  If you are interested in lending your time and compassion, please sign up. There are many ways to participate and share in our mission.

Open Arms Meals

CURE serves lunches and dinners on regularly scheduled dates at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Egleston & Scottish Rite campuses) and The Memorial Health Dwaine and Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah in Savannah.

To learn more:

In Atlanta, email Karen Rutherford at [email protected]

In Savannah, email Mandy Garola at [email protected]

Open Arms Meals

CURE serves lunches and dinners on regularly scheduled dates at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (Egleston & Scottish Rite campuses) and The Memorial Health Dwaine and Cynthia Willett Children’s Hospital of Savannah in Savannah.

To learn more:

In Atlanta, email Karen Rutherford at [email protected]

In Savannah, email Mandy Garola at [email protected]

Brown Bag Lunch Program

With hospital stays that can be difficult and lengthy, it gets expensive and sometimes challenging for caregivers to leave their child’s room for a meal. Through CURE’s Brown Bag Lunch Program, volunteers collect and assemble a hardy meal of non-perishable food items which are distributed to families.

For more information on how you can participate, email Karen Rutherford at [email protected].

Brown Bag Lunch

With hospital stays that can be difficult and lengthy, it gets expensive and sometimes challenging for caregivers to leave their child’s room for a meal. Through CURE’s Brown Bag Lunch Program, volunteers collect and assemble a hardy meal of non-perishable food items which are distributed to families.

For more information on how you can participate, email Karen Rutherford at [email protected].

Toiletry Bag Program

Children with cancer often have clinic or emergency room visits that result in unplanned hospital stays. Through CURE’s Toiletry Bag Program, volunteers collect and assemble essential items needed for an overnight stay which are distributed to families as needed.

For more information, email Lisa Odendahl at [email protected]

Toiletry Bags

Children with cancer often have clinic or emergency room visits that result in unplanned hospital stays. Through CURE’s Toiletry Bag Program, volunteers collect and assemble essential items needed for an overnight stay which are distributed to families as needed.

For more information, email Lisa Odendahl at [email protected]

Boredom Buster Bag Program

Children battling cancer can spend days, weeks or even months in the hospital. Through CURE’s Boredom Buster Bag Program, volunteers collect games, crafts, small toys, and more which are distributed to patients as needed. Bags are needed for both younger children and teens.

For more information, email Lisa Odendahl at [email protected].

Boredom Buster Bags

Children battling cancer can spend days, weeks or even months in the hospital. Through CURE’s Boredom Buster Bag Program, volunteers collect games, crafts, small toys, and more which are distributed to patients as needed. Bags are needed for both younger children and teens.

For more information, email Lisa Odendahl at [email protected].

Snack Bag Program

Children with cancer often have long stays in the hospital. The cost of eating in the cafeteria or ordering from restaurants can place a financial burden on families. Through CURE’s Snack Bag Program, volunteers collect and assemble non-perishable food items which are distributed to families as needed.

For more information, email Lisa Odendahl at [email protected].

Snack Bags

Children with cancer often have long stays in the hospital. The cost of eating in the cafeteria or ordering from restaurants can place a financial burden on families. Through CURE’s Snack Bag Program, volunteers collect and assemble non-perishable food items which are distributed to families as needed.

For more information, email Lisa Odendahl at [email protected].