World Clubfoot Day was a historical success this year! From the enthusiastic fans at the Orlando Pride game to our generous fundraisers, our #WeBelieveDreamTeam was heard loud and clear around the globe:
We believe every child in the world deserves access to immediate clubfoot treatment.
Enjoy a look at some of our amazing events from the big day!
United! Alongside GCI (Global Clubfoot Initiative), we announced a global plan to end the disability caused by clubfoot by the year 2030. Search the hashtag #RunFree2030 on social media for all the inspiring posts.
Goal! The MiracleFeet staff headed to Orlando thanks to an kind invite from soccer superstar Ali Krieger. This opportunity allowed us to speak with passionate fans about the common birth defect that we are committed to treating with Ponseti method. The below video was shown on the big screen and we couldn’t have been more proud.
Slam dunk! One of our favorite clubfoot warriors, Brady, has been working so hard with his family and basketball teammates to raise money for MiracleFeet. They crushed their goal! The funds they collected will treat 18 children. 18 KIDS! Way to go, Team Brady!
Training for treatment! Our newest board member and clubfoot mom, Michelle Cooper, really stepped up! She hosted a boot camp fitness class that was very popular. There must have been a lot of sweating going on, because they raised over $13,000!
Too cute! Our coloring book-style poster was shared on social media. People and families signed the poster as a declaration to stand with MiracleFeet and our mission to bring treatment to all children.
Party time! Our favorite moments were the ones shared from our partner clinics. We love seeing all the smiles, the look of worry wiped from every parent face.
To see more photos, search #WeBelieveDreamTeam on social media. Our hashtags was seen over half a million times, so there is plenty of happy moments to share.
Endless and sincere thanks to all of our supporters. You made World Clubfoot Day an event that not only raised awareness, but collected enough donations to provide treatment to 53 children.