“The woes of my son, Adham Parwiz do not seem to end. I am the sole breadwinner of
my family, I can barely manage to put meals on the table. If something happens to my
son, I won’t be able to forgive myself. Your kindness and compassion are the only
hopes in my life.”-
Adham Parwiz has been diagnosed with Dandy Walker Malformation, a brain
malformation affecting the muscles' coordination. He is currently admitted to the Amrita
Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi, Kerala, and has already gone through seven
surgeries, one being done in January. Adding to his miseries, he has a tube inserted
into his brain to drain the accumulated water. His parents long to talk to him, but
Adham’s condition has even stolen his ability to speak. For now, the doctors have
prescribed some antibiotics for him. But they have suggested that Adham urgently
needs to undergo an operation for shunt malfunction, and infectious abdominal
dysfunction, which would cost Rs 3,10,000/- (Rupees Three Lakh Ten Thousand only).
The family has no way of paying such expensive bills. Please help!
Sudheer Haneef (father) works as a tile worker in Kochi, Kerala. He is a daily wage
earner who gets a meagre income for his labour, and he hasn't received any work for
four months, which has made him entirely dependent on his relatives and friends to
manage the household. Sudheer also has a five-year-old daughter, and his monthly
household rent is Rs 6,000/-.
Breaking all chains of helplessness, he has come before you seeking kindness and
generosity. Please donate as much as you can to save this three-year-old child. His fate
is in your hands right now.
How Can You Help?
-You can Donate to the Fundraiser
-You can share Adham’s story on Facebook and WhatsApp so that their story reaches to more people like you who will impact his life
-You can Volunteer to Raise Funds and save Adham’s life.
50% Tax Exemption under 80(G)
FUNDS DONATED WILL BE USED FOR Adham’s TREATMENT
Kindly also share the fundraiser with your family and friends and help them to reach the goal. We will be grateful for your help!