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 CURA | 2019 BLACK GALA

It is hard to believe that only 2 years ago we were here speaking of the vision of CURA for the world. Today, we are caring for men, women and children in 4 remote communities around the world. We have treated more than 10,000 patients, helped educate community leaders and supported permaculture projects that fed 20,000 villagers. CURA also created a clean water access program that is producing around 525,600 average gallons of water a year. 

This year CURA for the world is bringing the fight home. Our country is one of the most generous nations in the world. Yet many of its citizens suffer daily due to the lack of access to basic medical aid. CURA for the world is creating a grass roots approach to solving this problem. We are mobilizing communities around the country to fight for the working uninsured and for those who cannot afford access to basic medical care. Your waitress, barista, construction worker, and many others in the shadow of a mountainous health care cost will now have access to a CURA free clinic. 

On March 30th Our CURA | 2019 GALA raised close to $100,000 and we are excited to start our projects in BURUNDI, Nepal and here on US soil in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.


CURA’s 2018 Christmas Party

CURA chooses a new local charity to support during Christmas. Our 2018 organization was Tulsa Advocates for the Protection of Children.

TAPC is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the lives of abused and neglected children in Tulsa and contiguous counties by provided resources and building community. TAPC receives no government funding and relies on the support of the many generous foundations, corporate and individual donors in Tulsa. Help TAPC support the over 1,600 children in the foster care system in our community. Let’s give each child a voice and a future with hope.

At our 2018 event CURA for the world was able to raise $2000 to help purchase Christmas gifts for Oklahoma’s foster children.

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