Miracles Day Tag

During Miracles Day the energy was abuzz at CBM HQ thanks to over 80 amazing volunteers. From 6am – 10pm they answered phones, kept everyone fed and processed thousands of donations. The CBM ‘fun pod’ was busy with giant Jenga, basketball and minigolf, staff were raising money to avoid getting their heads shaved and everyone was having a blast for...

You did it! Over 44,000 Miracles and still counting… children and adults will be receiving a life-changing Miracle of their sight restored. Reena nearly lost sight in her right eye. But wonderful support from people like you gave her the Miracle she needed. Reena’s cataract was successfully removed by paediatric ophthalmologist Dr Pawan and his team, and within 24 hours Reena...

This month is all about Miracles! Of giving a precious Miracle gift to restore sight for children and adults. Beautiful Nhung from Vietnam received that precious Miracle last year. Her cataract was removed and Nhung was fitted with the right prescription glasses so she could clearly see. Today, Nhung has an even greater gift – to dream of a bright...

I never realised how blind I was… Two years into hosting breakfast radio on 98five FM I was broadcasting from our studios in Como, Perth Western Australia, asking our family of listeners to support CBM by giving $33 towards a simple cataract operation.  It was 2013 and my first Miracles Day.  I knew what cataracts were, as my grandmother had hers removed...

Author: Stuart Harris, General manager ACCTV Story-telling is an ancient practice. It’s how we transfer information to one another, and humans have told stories since time began. I recently had the opportunity to travel to the remote south-eastern corner of Nepal, far off the beaten Himalayan tourist track, to a small village where 11-year old Yangsang lives with his family.   I...

Even though this is my seventh Miracles Day, I never get tired of seeing people go from being blind to being able to see.  I’ve had the honour of witnessing cataract surgeries in Tanzania, Nepal, Vietnam (twice!) and The Philippines.  I’ve met a father in Tanzania who couldn’t feed his family until he had surgery and his sight was...