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CurePity Heroes, Sponsored By CenturyLink

CurePity Heroes Sponsored by CenturyLink MedalDo you know a hero?

Submit your story today to CurePity Heroes, Sponsored by CenturyLink!

We’re looking for stories of everyday people who’ve gone above and beyond to help create a better, more inclusive world for people who have disabilities or complex medical conditions.

Now, in partnership with CenturyLink, a telecommunications company with regional headquarters in Minneapolis, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare is proud to launch CurePity Heroes, sponsored by CenturyLink.

CurePity Heroes, sponsored by CenturyLink honors individuals or groups who are changing the world by improving the lives of a child, teen or adult who has disabilities or complex medical conditions.

  • This could be a neighborhood association whose members banded together to build a wheelchair ramp for a family home after a child experienced a traumatic injury.
  • Or the school-aged child who has taken it upon herself to create bracelets and sell them on behalf of children who have disabilities.
  • Or the teen who has cerebral palsy who takes the time to mentor a younger child experiencing the same challenges.

By sharing your hero’s story, you’ll not only help spread the CurePity message, but you’ll provide support to children who have disabilities and complex medical conditions. That’s because for every CurePity Heroes story we receive, CenturyLink will make a donation to Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare!

Tell us your story by filling out our submission form. 

We’ll recognize “Heroes” in the following three categories:

  • Kids (15 and Younger): The Kids category recognizes a remarkable act of kindness that a child has done to help to create a better, more inclusive world for children, teens and adults who have disabilities or complex medical conditions.
  • Groups: The Groups category recognizes a remarkable act of kindness from a company, association or collection of individuals on behalf of a person(s) who has disabilities or complex medical conditions.
  • Adults (16 and Older): The Adults category recognizes a remarkable act of kindness by an adult, helping to create a better, more inclusive world for children, teens and adults who have disabilities or complex medical conditions. The adult recognized in this category will have gone out of his or her way to help one particular child, or done something to help a larger group of people who have disabilities or complex medical conditions.

 

CurePity Heroes, Sponsored by CenturyLink Submission Form
  • Tell us how you, someone you know or a group in your community has gone above and beyond to help create a better, more inclusive world for people who have disabilities.
  • Are there any photos or documents related to your story that you'd like to share with us?
    By submitting content for consideration of the CurePity Heroes, sponsored by CenturyLink, you grant operator and designees the right to use, distribute, copy, reproduce, transmit, publicly display, publish, adapt, edit or create derivative works from your story materials, photos submitted or to be taken at some time in the future, anywhere and for any purpose. In addition, you represent and warrant that you own or otherwise control all of the rights to the story materials and that the use of the story materials by the Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare and the CurePity Heroes, sponsored by CenturyLink program and/or its designees as set forth in the preceding sentence will not infringe or violate the rights of any third party.

 

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