Please bring any 10 items from the list below to New Student Orientation where you will have the opportunity to fill a C.U.R.E. Kit for Kids over the weekend. Our goal is to fill 300 of the C.U.R.E. kit bags, which will be available throughout the weekend and assembled while you’re here. The university will pick up the cost for shipping them to these children through Project C.U.R.E. If every family brings enough for one kit, we can significantly exceed our goal. If you bring items, there will be a station during Orientation for you to put together a kit. Thank you for your participation in this small but Important effort! Here are some examples of items to bring for a Project C.U.R.E. Kit for Kids:
Pain relievers (e.g. ibuprofen, acetaminophen)
Antibiotic ointment (e.g. Neosporin)
Comb or brush
Bug bite lotion
Box of adhesive bandages
Antibacterial soap, hand sanitizer, or wipes
Lice shampoo (e.g. Nix, RID)
1% cortisone cream
- Please obtain 10 differentitems from this list for each C.U.R.E. kit. If you have more than 10 items, please use them toward another box.
- Make sure you collect only new, clean, and unused items for each C.U.R.E. kit.
- C.U.R.E. kits are drawstring bags. Please keep this in mind when purchasing supplies. Ten travel-sized items may fit more easily than 10 full-sized items.
- Each C.U.R.E. Kit will be delivered to hospitals and clinics in developing countries, where doctors and nurses will distribute the Kits to mothers and fathers.
Again, we thank you for helping us move one step closer to achieving our goal and making a difference by serving others!