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Zoi will slay Leukemia

Zoi will slay Leukemia

Our sweet Zoi has been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia and we are devastated by this event.She is a bubbly 18 month old who rules the playground and brings light to all of us. Her streak of stubbornness will beat this monster that is trying to bring her down and she will have a lifetime to tell stories of how she slayed a dragon at such young age. We are a young family from Albania with very little means, but just like any parents will do all we can to save our little girl. Zoi is in Italy, where she is undergoing treatment and her road to recovery is difficult and long. We are pleading with all to help us as much as they can financially in this dire situation. Any amount however small will help. We will be forever grateful to the generosity of all family and strangers and hope that one day Zoi will pay this kindness forward! with much gratitudeThe Qeraxhi Family  ******Per the gjithe ata qe po dhurojne nga Shqiperia, Ju lutemi perdorni* Karte Debit me Visa apo Mastercard* Karte Kredit Visa apo Mastercard. Debit Karte e thjeshte nuk funksionon ****For US Donors, if your donation gets denied the 1st time, please notify your financial institution to authorize the payment, otherwise it will be flagged as suspicious and denied again. Apologies for the confusion, this is our first time crossing continents and we are very grateful for all your donations and patience. Shume Falemnderit te gjitheve per dhurimet dhe bekimet ==============================================================================

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Support Jeremy and Family

Support Jeremy and Family

Dear everyone, As some of you may know, Jeremy, one of my colleagues, has been suffering from chronic illness and physical pain for 2 years, which has greatly impacted all aspects of his life, that of his wife Cyrielle and their 2 daughters Shannon and Margaux. After seeing many doctors (over 100 medical appointments), doing many tests and investigations, and being hospitalised twice, he was diagnosed with Lyme disease in 2017. Lyme disease is a tick borne infectious disease which affects many parts and systems of the body and can create severe and chronic symptoms when not treated early. We all hope the treatment he started in 2017 will be able to help him. He is unable to work at present, which is impacting his family in addition to the expensive medical costs already incurred so far. I have therefore created this fundraising page for all those of you who would like to help Jeremy and his family. Please share this page with all those who you feel may wish to donate. Any donations will be greatly appreciated, Thank you very much, Kiara Van Maele  Bonjour à tous, Comme certains d'entre vous le savent, Jeremy, l'un de mes collègues, souffre depuis 2 ans de multiples symptomes et douleurs physiques. Tous les aspects de sa vie sont affectés, ainsi que celle de sa femme Cyrielle, et ses filles Shannon et Margaux. Après avoir vu nombreux médecins et spécialistes (plus de 100 rendez vous médicaux), fait multiples examens médicaux, et 2 hospitalisations, il a été diagnostiqué avec la maladie de Lyme en 2017. La maladie de Lyme est une maladie infectieuse transmise par piqure de tique, qui affecte nombreux systèmes et parties du corps et peut créer des symptomes sévères et chroniques lorsqu'elle n'est pas traitée rapidement. Nous espérons tous que le traitement qu'il a commencé en 2017 pourra l'aider. Son incapacité à travailler à cause de la maladie, ainsi que les couts médicaux importants, affectent sa famille.J'ai donc crée cette page de soutient pour tous ceux qui souhaitent aider Jeremy et sa famille.Merci de partager cette page avec tous ceux qui souhaiterais contribuer. Toute donation sera grandement appréciée. Un grand merci à vous, Kiara Van Maele

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Donate Angels for Lopsan

Donate Angels for Lopsan

Season's Greetings everyone, As the holiday season rapidly approaches, it's that time of year for us to think about ways to help those in need. For those of you who were here last year, you know we organized a social service event where we donated to and volunteered at homeless shelters in Berlin. This year, we want to do something a little different. Many of you already know that Lara often travels to Nepal to help children who come from very poor families. Her recent trip put her in touch with a 6-year-old boy named Lopsan who suffers from a rare genetic condition called Hydrocephalus (in German: Wasserkopf). This is a very serious condition that if left untreated, can lead to severe disability, brain damage, or even death. He needs an expensive surgery to drain the Cerebral Spinal Fluid that has collected in his skull, a surgery that his family cannot afford. The surgery will help alleviate his pain so that he can finally walk and attend school. Instead of clothing donations and Secret Santa gift exchanges this year, we ask that you donate to the crowdfunding link we set up below. The donations will help Lopsan receive the medical treatment he needs to live a long healthy life that all little boys deserve.Donate however much you want. Every little bit helps. All payments are 100% secure. Thank you and have a lovely holiday. Jess, Velina, Maria and Lara -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Here you find more information about Hydrocephalus https://www.healthline.com/health/hydrocephalus

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All together with ANDROU

All together with ANDROU

Since the month of September 2018, our eldest boy, Androu, is in big trouble (malignant brain tumour), third episode of his disease that appeared for the first time in 2015, and that, apparently, has not been curbed despite two neurosurgeries and radiotherapy. Today, we really and urgently need your help to finance Androu's care. We never thought we would need your solidarity in such circumstances, but there we are.  As part of his current new care, numerous overhead costs have been incurred. Thus, more than 12 000 euros have been spent for two months, since he is sick again. These health expenditures have allowed us to cover requests for second opinions in France and abroad, consultations, specific equipments, but also therapeutic products that we will be required to order monthly.   Furthermore, in the very short term, a three weeks stay is scheduled in the “Klinik Im Leben”, in Greiz, Germany.  This medical center has been advised by a German naturopathic doctor who practices in France, near our home. This type of offer and structure doesn’t exist in France, but is well developed abroad, in particular in Germany, in the US, in Mexico, but also in Switzerland and Spain. We have chosen Germany for obviously geographical reasons but also for its long experience in the field, and because Androu will be under the care of the German physician.  The structure offers a holistic approach, named “functional” or “integrative” medicine, including several techniques to potentiate Androu’s own resources as part of an individual treatment plan. This stay that will occur between December the 2nd and December the 21st will cost 25 000 euros. We can’t afford all these costs alone.  That’s why we need your solidarity. As you can imagine, missing any opportunity is not an option to us, and there is no way we can’t offer our son anything relevant regarding his specific sickness. We warmly thank you in advance for your help and support. Love from Brittany, France. Eléna and Mathias Lemercier.  MONEY POTWith just 1-click you can help an individual in need cover medical expenses and get back on their feet* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you!

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Evandro - Kid's Walking Support (Mustang level 2)

Evandro - Kid's Walking Support (Mustang level 2)

Hello everyone !Thank you for visiting my money pot!My name is Evandro and I am trying to raise some money to buy a kid's walking aid for a friend whose her daughter was born with FOXG1.FOXg1 is a rare neuro-developmental disorder caused by a mutation of the FOXG1 gene and unfortunatelly there is no cure. My goal here is to help her right now with a walking support model Mustang level 2, which has the specific meassures for her body so she will be able to walk for the first time.The Mustang level 2, without the additional gaddets, has a cost between €2000 - 2500 in Ireland. In Brazil, where she is from, this cost is up to €3.500. Minimum Wage in Brazil:      R$ 954Mustang`s cost in Brazil:       R$11.000Minimum Wage in Ireland:    EUR 1613.95Mustang`s cost:                    EUR 2500 Could you imagine the cost of a walking aid for your kid being 11.5 times?EUR 18.549.50? Please help us to rise this amount and even if you can't donate, please make sure to share my moneypot and help us to provide a better 2019 for this family. Thank you so much for your support. FOXg1 organization: https://foxg1.org/about-foxg1/Mustang: http://www.r82.com  *For personal reasons, I won't share the kid's name or family. I hope that you will understand. ***** Portuguese Version ******Obrigado por visitar meu pote de dinheiro! Meu nome é Evandro e estou tentando arrecadar algum dinheiro para comprar um andador infantil para uma amiga cuja a filha nasceu com FOXG1.O FOXg1 é um distúrbio neuro-desenvolvimental raro, causado por uma mutação do gene FOXG1 e, infelizmente, não há cura. Meu objetivo aqui é ajudá-la agora com um andador do modelo Mustang nível 2, que tem as medidas específicas para seu corpo, para que ela possa assim andar pela primeira vez.O Mustang nível 2, sem os gaddets adicionais, tem um custo entre € 2000 - 2500. No Brasil, de onde ela é, esse custo é de até € 3.500 (R$11.000).Por favor me ajude a arrecadar esse valor e mesmo que você não possa doar, por favor, certifique-se de compartilhar meu moneypot e nos ajudar a fornecer um melhor 2019 para esta família. Muito obrigado pelo seu apoio.

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SPITAL INSTALLIERUNG/ HOSPITAL INSTALLATION IN UGANDA

SPITAL INSTALLIERUNG/ HOSPITAL INSTALLATION IN UGANDA

Dear, Please ShareEin gutes Spital in der Nähe zu haben, ist die Hoffnung für viele Menschen. Liebe Damen und Herren, Freunde und Bekannte, wer hilft mit unser Spital einzurichten? Wir sind auf medizinische Geräte für das Namutumba Community Hospital angewiesen, vor allem in den Bereichen: Frauen- und Geburtenabteilung, Kinderabteilung, Notfallzentrum. Das internationale Hilfswerk Hiob in Steffisburg kann uns die benötigten Gerätschaften besorgen – jedoch sind wir auf 16`000.- CHF angewiesen, um die Rechnung begleichen zu können. Wenn das Namutumba Community Hospital eingerichtet ist, wird es über 280 000 Menschen in ihrer und der benachbarten Region mit medizinischer Hilfe versorgen können! Ausserdem werden zusätzlich noch neue Arbeitsplätze für die Anwohner geschaffen. Helfen Sie also mit und unterstützen Sie unser Projekt mit einer Spende! Unsere Website: www.namutumbacommunityhospital.ugAktuelles auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/refferalhospital/ Radio- Bericht: https://rabe.ch/2018/12/03/die-abenteuerliche-geschichte-des-namutumba-community-hospital/  Please Share futher. A GOOD HOSPITAL IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD, IS THE HOPE OF ALL PEOPLE.Ladies and gentlemen/Colleagues/FriendsWe humbly request  to have your support towards the installation of Namutumba Community Hospital. We have booked medical equipment from an international organization called Hiob. This organization sales used medical equipments that can further be used and shall be used to install the following departments:-maternity ward-female ward-children ward-emergency wardThe total costs of equipments that shall be used in these departments totals to 16000.-CHF. We have received the bill that awaits for the said monies to be paid.I humbly request for your contribution to this fundraising. With it, we will be able to have the equipments at the Hospital.If you you can't help, kindly dont refuse to share the page to any other person who may be in position to help.God bless you all. our website: www.namutumbacommunityhospital.ugactual news on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/refferalhospital/ Radio report: https://rabe.ch/2018/12/03/die-abenteuerliche-geschichte-des-namutumba-community-hospital/ Uganda Mobile Money Line 0779234971

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Lisa's battle with ovarian cancer

Lisa's battle with ovarian cancer

This year on her 54th birthday, my beautiful mother Lisa was rushed to hospital to have surgery, where they discovered she had stage 3c ovarian cancer. They performed a full hysterectomy and removed part of her liver and diaphragm where the cancer had spread to. She called it the universe delivering her the “great gift of resilience”.The next step in treatment is usually chemotherapy to “mop up” the remaining cancer cells. But chemotherapy is rarely a success story for women with her stage of ovarian cancer, and in 90% of cases, the cancer comes back. By following the normal route of chemotherapy, Lisa was given a 39% chance of surviving the next 5 years, and much less of making it to the 10-year mark. For anybody who knows Lisa’s incredible lust for life, she refused to accept these odds.Mum took on cancer like a challenge, researching it inside and out in the hope of finding a more sustainable treatment plan. She visited oncologists, Chinese herbal doctors, gene specialists and everything in between.With her incredible spirit, she transformed every aspect of her life… juicing, cycling, yoga, organic anti-cancer diets (no sugar, no gluten, no dairy, no alcohol!) and that was just the beginning.For 8 months she had managed to keep the cancer at bay through recommended supplements and high dose vitamin C injections, which has shown to reduce tumour growth effectively. This treatment is approved in the US mainstream medical system, but hasn’t reached Australian hospitals yet, so each weekly treatment leaves mum $600 out of pocket. With these accumulating medical bills, mum has been forced to cut down on some of her much-needed treatments.This month we received the unfortunate news that her tumour marker is on the rise again, and with the discovery of two new growths, she now has to hit the cancer more aggressively. After paying $6000 to find out the genetic mutation of her cancer, the next chapter in mum’s story is to get her to a clinic on the Gold Coast that specialises in intensive gene therapy and IV treatments. The 6-week treatment plan is tailored to her specific genetic mutation (P53!) that is causing her cancer, however, it comes at a cost of $60,000.It’s a tough figure to swallow but would be life changing for mum if she could afford these more advanced medical treatments. I’ve started this crowd funding page for anybody who can help Lisa in her fight against ovarian cancer. Medical treatments should be a right not a luxury, but the reality is that my mum and her partner are still paying off hospital bills from the surgery in February. In school, society and in life, we are taught to solve problems on our own, and this year I have watched my mum and Steven fight tirelessly to keep themselves afloat.Last week I was in Sydney when mum had a 3am dash to the emergency, the fourth one in two months. Scar tissue from her surgery caused a bowel blockage that lasted three days. Despite not being able to eat or drink in her condition, she came home smiling, adamant to cook dinner and fuss over everyone else...even going to yoga the very next day!I am constantly in awe of mum's strength and ability to bounce back with a smile on her face. I know she will keep fighting to come out on top, but it would be incredible to see a community of wonderful people help carry her over this hurdle, the way she carries so many of us. I can assure you it will be one hell of a party when this is all over! Lisa style!

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HOSIANE'S MEDICAL CARE FUNDRAISING

HOSIANE'S MEDICAL CARE FUNDRAISING

Greetings to everyone& welcome to this money pot! I am Hosiane Uwitonze, I was born in Ngoma, Rwanda in 1991 . I am the last born in my family of five sons and three daughters. During the Genocide against Tutsi that happened in my country Rwanda in 1994, so many people were killed including my father and my relatives. My mother and my elder Sister and I were left out. Even though it wasn’t easy growing up after the Genocide, my mother did her best to raise me and my sister up. Unfortunately, in 2010, she got sick and passed away. After my mother’s loss, life became hard, since I stayed home alone. I managed to finish high school and I got a temporally job in 2013. One day, it was on the 27/April/ 2013, I left home as usual heading to work.  Before leaving home, I was feeling uncomfortable and uneasy, but I didn’t know what was going to happen. When I arrived at my workplace, everyone was going to participate in the community services in another place and I joined them. After the services were done, I returned to work. On my way, I took a motorbike, from which we had an accident; since I carried a laptop, it felt on my back and broke the spine. People rushed to take me to the hospital. I went in comma since I was unconscious. When I came back to my senses, I found out that my back was broken and some parts of my body was not functioning properly. The doctor told me that my lower part was paralyzed (precisely my legs). Such news broke my heart, I felt as if there was no more hope to live. I used to spent days and night crying, asking God why could He allow such situation to happen to me.I stayed in the hospital, hoping that I would recover quickly and go back home. However, things did not turn the way I imagined. I spent days in different hospitals without seeing any changes. I couldn’t sit, move or do anything on my own. I remembered how my past life has been full of struggles and was no longer willing to carry on the same worse experience. My life became so challenging, that I desperately asked God to end my life; because I couldn’t bear to live in such situation. I went to several hospitals in Rwanda for consultation and checkup such as CHUK,Kanombe , KING FAISAL Hospital etc…, and every doctor whom I met would tell me the scariest news. In 6 months after the accident, I went to CHUK for checkup and they did some tests. As I was waiting for results, the doctor sat me down and told me that I have to accept my life conditions because there was nothing they could do to change the situation. At that moment, my tears dropped down and I cried like a baby. Everyone around me was in shock too. I prayed and begged God to teach me to accept my conditions and bear all the changes, since I had no more choices. God heard my prayer, from that time, something new happened: I found inner peace and happiness I never felt before. With time I was able to sit. I am also thankful to God for my aunt who stayed with me during those hard times and took care of me every day till now. Five years later, God blessed me with a lot of friends who became a family. And some of them managed to contact doctors in India and send them my medical reports to be further examined. Finally, the answer came, that there was a possibility to be treated and cured. The approximate cost of my treatment plus living allowance, ticket and other travel expenses is ten thousand US Dollars (10 000 $), an equivalence of  8,740 Euros or 8,900,000 RWF(Rwandan Francs).   In all honesty myself, I don’t have such amount of money and this is why I am asking you, who is reading this, for your help. It may be financial help, a prayer or sharing my story with your friends and relatives. It is my hope that with your support, I will be able to raise this money and obtain medical treatment in a timely manner. During all those hardships, there is a verse in the Bible from 1 Corinthians 10: 13 which always comforted me. It says “God is faithful, He will not let you be tempted beyond what you

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