Cincinnati, OH – February 24, 2011 – Just what the world needs is another online social media site, right? Well, if you combine many of the best elements of the most popular social sites with the ability to help children and families heal both emotionally and physically, you’d have CurePals.com. The brainchild of Cincinnati native Daniel Hand, CurePals.com offers an online community that provides hope and inspiration where children and families can connect, share and heal.
Users can access the site and sign up free at http://www.CurePals.com.
CurePals.com provides users a platform where communication, education and entertainment coexist. It is a social network that uses the web to anonymously connect children and families who are sharing similar health challenges, and provide a voice of hope and shared inspiration for one another. New users may simply sign on, select a cause and begin making a positive difference through writing, second life and even games. Hospitals, educators and non profit organizations are also encouraged to sign up and get their groups involved, which could also help to become a donation source.
CurePals.com was originally designed for children in hospitals, but has now expanded to include all children and families, as well as other non-profits, educators and hospitals across the country.
“This site will provide so many opportunities for children to share their collective experiences with one another, and offer encouragement and inspiration, which we believe is a tremendous benefit in the healing process,” Lundon Enterprises president Daniel Hand says. “There are so many ways to engage and to help, from connecting children who are ill, to those just wishing to be a source of hope, and we expect this site to be an important part of a child’s healing process as well as a simple way for others to get involved.”
An online social network launched in 2011 by Lundon Enterprises to connect children and families who are sharing similar experiences. CurePals.com provides a platform where communication, education and entertainment coexist. To find out more go to CurePals.com.