By Jeremy Reynalds
DAVAO CITY, PHILIPPINES. (ANS. MAY 2) The Tebow CURE Hospital grand opening was held earlier this week at the facility in Davao City. Built and operated by CURE International, the hospital specializes in treating children with orthopedic conditions.
According to a news release made available to the ASSIST News Service, many donors have contributed to the project, including the Sacred Harvest Foundation and the Tim Tebow Foundation.
The grand opening was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the hospital, followed by an open house.
In attendance were Rodrigo Duterte, Mayor of Davao City, and Dale Brantner, President and CEO of CURE International, along with representatives of the Tim Tebow Foundation, the Tebow family, the Sacred Harvest Foundation, the U.S. Embassy, USAID, and the Philippines Department of Health.
“We’ve been looking forward to this day for a long time,” said Brantner speaking in a news release. “After many years of prayer and much hard work, I am thrilled to be able to say the Tebow CURE Hospital is officially open! In this place, we will share the love of Jesus and bring physical healing to children and families who desperately need it.”
The hospital, which began treating patients late last year, specializes in pediatric orthopedics, providing charitable treatment to children with conditions like knock knees, bowed legs, and neglected clubfoot.