Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week

February 8, 2016 | Posted In Care Centers | Share

February is known for heart-shaped candy and Valentine‚Äôs Day. But there’s a lesser known, and very important, week of awareness that takes place between February 7-14.

Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) Awareness Week exists to shine a spotlight on the needs of children who are born with a CHD.

Nearly one out of 100 babies is born with a CHD. It is the most common health condition that the children in our Care Centers face. However, these children are not without hope!

This week, we will be highlighting several beautiful children under our care who have a CHD. We ask that you would join us in prayer for each of these kids. February may be known for candy hearts and romantic love, but we want to pray for these children to have a healed heart and know the love of a family.

Will you join us in praying for Joe, Kael, Titan and Shannen?

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