This Thursday 15 August, CBM Miracles Day, we’re asking Hopeland to join radio stations around Australia in blessing more than 40,000 people with the gift of sight-saving surgery in Nepal.
Hope’s goal for Miracles Day is 8000 miracles — we’re almost there!
Imagine all of those children, mothers, fathers and grandparents having their sight restored — thanks to you.
Lyn Wake, a passionate supporter and CBM ambassador travels to the remote southeastern corner of Nepal to meet the doctors, staff, patients and supporters who work together to see miracles delivered and sight restored.
Hope 103.2 is proudly supported by
Breakfast’s Sam and Duncan are in Nepal all week to bring us the latest news from a hospital where the surgery is taking place.
Giving one or more Miracles is easy:
- $33 covers a 12-minute cataract removal operation
- Donate online or call 131 226 (131 CBM)
- 90% of people who are visually impaired live in developing countries
- Cataract is the leading cause of blindness, responsible for 51% of world blindness (Source: World Health Organisation)
- Cataract is a leading cause of low vision and blindness in both developed and developing countries. But this could be avoided with treatment.
- Australians have given an incredible 152,666 Miracles in the past six years
- Last year, 38,948 of those miracles were given in Vietnam on Miracles Day
- We’re aiming for 40,000 in Nepal this year
- Nepal is one of the world’s poorest nations. Just under half of its population live below the poverty line.
Join us on Thursday 15 August as we make Miracles happen from Sydney and beyond.