CDH International proudly stands as the world’s oldest, largest, and leading charity dedicated to Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, actively supporting thousands of patients and hospitals across the globe since 1995. Our commitment to transparency is evident, with a remarkably low 9% overhead, ensuring that your hard-earned funds will have the greatest impact and serve the most significant good at CDH International.
Thanks to the generous contributions of our donors and fundraisers, our organization can provide essential resources, impartial and accurate information, invaluable support services, and meaningful research initiatives. By holding an event or creating a Facebook Fundraiser in honor or memory of a loved one affected by Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, you have the opportunity to make a tangible difference in the lives of thousands of affected children and their families.
Your dedication and support contribute to the well-being and progress of those facing CDH, empowering us to continue our essential work in enhancing care, advancing research, and providing compassionate support. Together, we can create a lasting impact and offer hope to those affected by this challenging condition. We extend our heartfelt gratitude for being a part of our mission to improve the lives of CDH patients worldwide.
Hold a Fundraising Event for CDH International
If you are interested in organizing an event or project to support CDH awareness and fundraising, I encourage you to reach out to CDH International at email@example.com. Their team will be more than happy to work with you to create a meaningful event in honor or memory of your loved one.
By joining hands with CDH International, you can contribute to their mission of making a positive impact on the lives of CDH patients and their families, and supporting research and support services for this condition.
Thank you for your dedication and efforts in raising awareness and funds for Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. Your contributions are making a difference and bringing hope to those affected by this condition.
Hold a Fundraiser on Facebook:
One of the easiest ways to fundraise is to create a virtual fundraiser on Facebook, where you can share your event and story quickly: