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220 Avon Dr
Fayetteville
Georgia 30215
USA
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Children's Cross Connection Inc began in 1985 as an adoptive parent group following a visit by Dr. Kenneth and Mrs. Pamela Rundle to El Salvador to bring home their newly adopted baby. In January 2001 the organization grew into two separate divisions - Children's Cross Connection, USA and Children's Cross Connection, International to better serve its two functional areas.

CCCUSA will continue to bring children with medical/ surgical cases unable to be helped in their home countries for care in the U.S. For more information on them please visit their website at www.cccus.org

The parent organization, CCC has become, CCC International (continuing to operate under the original EIN) and concentrate efforts on "teaching a man to fish" by working with overseas medical teaching projects and preventative health projects as well as bringing children with specialized teaching or research type conditions to the U.S. for treatment as an extension of CCCI overseas teaching projects.

Plans are now on the drawing board for the first Pediatric Teaching Hospital. Further information on this exciting project as well as the other ongoing projects at our website: www.cccinternational.org
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05/22/13
I was an American missionary in eastern Mongolia when my Mongolian wife gave birth to a baby girl with a cleft lip and a cleft palate, and, a few months later, in 2007, we discovered, a major heart defect. When some other organizations were unable to help us CCCI did. Even though they had never ... more »
03/31/12
I started working with CCCI in 2002 as a volunteer. I have traveled twice to Africa to participate with the work there-first in launching the Seeds of Hope orphanage, then in providing necessary oversight for the organization. I have also identified a possible site for a future hospital to be ... more »
03/28/11
CCCI saved the life of our (now) son, Mesfin, by providing him with needed open heart surgery twice. I am now working with them to help other children that need surgery. I'm also helping with an education project in Ethiopia with wonderful students, many of whom have medical issues that we are ... more »
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