Multi-platinum selling, Grammy-winning band SWITCHFOOT has teamed up with CURE to help heal kids with treatable disabilities.The organization first joined the band on tour last fall and is out on the road with them again for “Looking For America: Part II.” Together they have raised enough funds to provide over 200 surgeries for children in need. Learn more about how you can contribute and how your donation could affect the life of a child.
From now until February 18th, anyone who donates to CURE will be entered to win a round trip for two to the Philippines to visit the CURE hospital as well as see SWITCHFOOT live in Manila. To donate, visit cure.org.
On working with CURE, Jerome Fontamillas shares: “I had the incredible honor to go to the Philippines, not to play a show, but to visit a hospital operated by CURE. A hospital that specializes in treating children with orthopedic conditions. I was born in the Philippines and being Filipino made it that much more special to go back to my birth country. During this trip, I had some pretty incredible experiences that I will cherish for as long as I live.”
SWITCHFOOT is currently on tour with Relient K for “Looking for America: Part II & Looking for Canada.” The tour kicked off in Fresno, CA on January 21st and concludes in Rochester, NY on February 18th. We’ve got the full list of upcoming dates below!