Success Stories

Ndumiso's Story

Ndumiso and EbenezerOne day, a young man brought his sister to a CFC-supported organization campus, seeking help for her poor eyesight. He found himself being helped, as well. 

In a recent intensive surgical launch of comprehensive and restorative eye care services, 22-year-old Ndumiso accompanied his 7-year-old sister, Ebenezer, to the organization’s campus in central Swaziland, Africa.

Hugo's Story

HugoHugo proudly served as a soldier in the United States Army and deployed to Iraq in 2004 to serve his country. Upon arriving to Baquba, Iraq, as a member of the 1st Infantry Division, also known as the “Big Red One,” they immediately took on responsibilities that included security patrolling, VIP escort duty and guard watch. On June 21, 2004, Hugo’s patrol was ambushed and he was shot, once in the back and once in the arm.

Mint's Story

Mint Two-year old Mint, who had not yet even raced, was diagnosed with a displaced slab fracture that could cause arthritis and degenerative joint disease. If surgery could be performed and healing time was available, Mint would recover. Unfortunately, the owner could not afford the surgery or rehabilitation, and would need assistance in order to save Mint. 

Audrey's Story

Audrey's photoWhen Audrey was just eight months old, she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. Audrey’s family was referred to a CFC-supported research hospital, where her treatment included chemotherapy, surgery to remove the tumor, a bone marrow transplant, radiation therapy and antibody therapy.

But on the last day of Audrey’s treatment, scans showed that the cancer had returned. 

“We were devastated,” said her mom, Corinne.