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HELP ME VISIT MY PARENTS FOR CHRISTMAS – GOAL R6000

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HELP ME VISIT MY PARENTS FOR CHRISTMAS – GOAL R6000

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I live in the Western Cape and work in a Pathology lab as a medical technologist. So having time off is usually a luxury as I work 12-hour shifts. This coming Christmas is the first Christmas that I am on leave.

My parents live in Gauteng and I would love to visit them on Christmas day as a Christmas present to them. The only problem is the plane tickets are very pricey even on the cheapest airlines.

Please help me surprise my mom and dad for Christmas!

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BECOMING A FAMILY LAWYER – GOAL R 5500

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BECOMING A FAMILY LAWYER – GOAL R 5500

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It is my dream to work as a family attorney/specialize in family law, as helping people is something that I want to do – I just can’t become something like a doctor! I’m hoping to be accepted into Maties or CPUT and we have to use a NSFAS bursary. If I’m accepted, I will start in 2020. This money is for “running costs” – food and/or hostel/accommodation, to help me until I get a job. Any help can and will be most appreciated.

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Subject: KEATONS HOME UPGRADE- CP CHILD SAFE – GOAL R350 000

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Subject: KEATONS HOME UPGRADE- CP CHILD SAFE – GOAL R350 000

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In 2015 starting out on our journey together, myself and my longtime girlfriend received the news that we were expecting our first born, after carefully planning and doing doctors visitations, and tests closer to her time, we found that it was going to be a boy. One could only imagine the joy we felt as this was a start for our little family, but nothing could have prepared us for what we soon learned a few months later after his birth on the 4th October 2015.

It’s was the type of news no parent want’s to hear- our son Keaton was diagnosed with a Medical Condition of the brain called Cerebral Palsy- We were shattered when we supposed to have been stronger, our relationship took a bad turn and we were angered, we blamed one another and it was as if the life we just started out together as we got married on the 7 May 2016 was busy falling apart.
The hospital stated that the cause of our son’s condition was something called Placental Disruption- this is when the umbilical cord brakes away from the sack which then starts robbing the baby’s brain of much needed oxygen. CP cannot be cured- it’s also called paralysis of the brain.My wife Felicia Petersen could not hold Keaton for about a month- as he was fed through tubes and he was hooked up to machines.

Those times were tough on us both, but we started praying for strength and had overwhelming support from both our friends and families- Keaton pulled through and is presently enrolled at the Miracle Kids Simulation Centre here in Port Elizabeth where he is actually progressing very well. We have gone to Counseling with a Phycologist that my work has gladly paid for and are presently adjusting our lives accordingly to make our son’s life as comfortable as possible, however, in the process, we have racked up a load of Debt up to about R70.000.00 and because I am the only worker in our RPD home – I basically had to go under administration because carrying the load of was way too much for my salary to handle.

Keaton turned 2 this year and we have to start making changes, alterations at home to start accommodating him, moving around the house as I’ve started thinking will become a challenge for him as he grows older, especially if he will be needing a wheelchair. I’d need a set of wheels as well because using public transport won’t work if we need to get him to the doctors or the hospital.
There so many things that we will need for Keaton, but not enough income for these things to happen.

We love our son and we want what’s best for him.

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HELP ME BE A MALE BRIDESMAID – GOAL R 15 000

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HELP ME BE A MALE BRIDESMAID – GOAL R 15 000

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I met Rets in my first year at Stellenbosch University back in 2015. We immediately connected over our love for good movies (new and old), being a little extra and our mutual lack of preparation for exams. Throughout our time at university Rets helped me grow as a person, putting many aspects of my life into the necessary perspective needed for me to be able to cope.

Rets has also been the most amazingly kind human a friend could ask for, often treating me to snacks or meals when the budget was tight or giving me random gifts just out of the blue as a token of our friendship.

On the 11th of June 2017, Rets met Hernus. I knew she had decided that he was the one when in the December of that year she asked if I would, one day, be one of her bridesmaids. This is an honour for anyone but being a guy, I thought she was joking because I had never heard of a male bridesmaid before. Despite this I knew that I would go to the ends of the Earth to be at her wedding one day and without wanting to create an issue around her request, I told her that I would love to be her bridesmaid one day.

In the midst of my final year of studies, I received a job offer overseas, it is a dream first job for a starting teacher and for someone with a passion for travel, I knew this would not be an opportunity to pass up. So in August of this year I will be moving to start my 2 year contract overseas before returning home.

A few months after receiving my job offer, Rets’ boyfriend, Hernus, proposed and I received the ecstatic update as well as a request for me to turn the hypothetical into the real and be a male bridesmaid at the wedding. I was shocked to think that she was being serious and I knew I wanted to spend the day with them but I also knew I would be overseas for the next 2 years.

This is where my need to create this campaign started (The Lotto was my other option and has thus far not yielded positive results). I leave in August and the wedding is in October. Even on a foreign teacher’s salary, 2 months is not long enough to save up money to buy tickets and my interim jobs at the moment are just enough to get me by until I leave.

The timing is perfect as the wedding falls on the weekend of the school’s mid-term break. Giving me enough time to fly to Cape Town participate in the festivities and fly out without having to ask for leave in my first few months of a new job.

At this point, ticket prices plus car hire seem to be averaging around R20 000. I have put my target at 15 000 just because I will be able to save up enough for the extra R5 000 plus then buy a wedding gift and cover my living costs whilst I am back.

I really hope you can help me make it back to the country for her special day! It would be such an honour to be able to watch my friend start this unbelievably exciting new chapter of her life. Rets has had such an influence on my adult life and I really hope to be able to repay all the kindness that she has shown me and not miss out on her dream day.

Thanking you in advance for any donations.

 

 

 

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PLEASE HELP WITH OUR DREAM WEDDING – GOAL R40 000

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PLEASE HELP WITH OUR DREAM WEDDING – GOAL R40 000

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Hi, my fiancé and I would like to be able to get married as soon as possible as my fiance’s mother was declared terminally ill with Cancer and was not given much time.

Our wedding was one of her Bucket list entries and we would love to be able to have this dream come true for the three of us.

Please, anything will help reach our goal. It will be a simple wedding, doesn’t have to be expensive to make it work for us. 🙂

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HELPING ANDRE WITH EXCEMA – GOAL R 20 000

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HELPING ANDRE WITH EXCEMA – GOAL R 20 000

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He is 35 years old, no medical aid. Been struggling for 5 months, seeing different doctors and using all different kinds of medicine prescribed and non-prescribed.

I would like him to go and see a dermatologist to help and see what is the e cause of the problem, as he has his own company and not able to work and get income as this disease is covering his whole body.

With medicine he is OK for a couple of days and then the next flare up again, we have been paying all expenses in cash and it is tight at the moment that we cannot afford more medicine as well as doctor visit.

My income is not enough to support both and rent and all payments will get behind soon, please help.

We would appreciate your generosity and support.

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RUACHÉ – 440G MIRACLE BABY – GOAL R 100 000

R93,350 of R100,000 raised

RUACHÉ – 440G MIRACLE BABY – GOAL R 100 000

R93,350 of R100,000 raised

Ruaché was born prematurely on 15 May 2019. She only weighed 440 grams. She is currently still in NICU and unfortunately her mom, Mari, is not doing so well.

Mari is currently also in ICU where she is being treated for kidney failure, receiving daily dialysis and plasma exchange.

Mari has been in the hospital for a month now and she is not earning a salary and probably will not be able to do so for quite a while.  The road ahead for her and Ruaché is still a long one, and therefore we come with humble hearts for financial support for them.

The Scans, MRI’S, X-rays and all hospital costs for the 2 of them come with co-payments which are accumulating very fast. That is not even taking into account the cost of petrol travelling to and from the hospital every day.

If you can at all contribute to Ruaché and Mari’s situation we would ever be so grateful.

 

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SUPPORT JASON – GOAL R300 000

R107,545 of R300,000 raised

SUPPORT JASON – GOAL R300 000

R107,545 of R300,000 raised

Jason Hall is a well know in the mountain biking circles, he crashed on 10/06/2018 and has broken his neck and spine. He has his own business (Good2Go) http://good-2go.co.za/,
a bike repair shop, and will not be able to make an income for some time.

We would like to get a fund up and running to help with keeping payments current, and to help with the medical costs.

Your assistance in helping us achieve this goal would be greatly appreciated.

Regards
Edward Williamson
Campaign Manager

Thanking you in advance for your contributions and support.

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HELP AN EXCELLENT PHARMACY STUDENT COMPLETE HIS DEGREE – GOAL R 50 000

R42,005 of R50,000 raised

HELP AN EXCELLENT PHARMACY STUDENT COMPLETE HIS DEGREE – GOAL R 50 000

R42,005 of R50,000 raised

A young man approached us in our pharmacy Facebook group requesting assistance. I immediately felt a tug on my heart to do what I can to assist. We always feel that others should help and often forget we can too. No matter how little the contribution, every drop counts.

This man is a distinction student and whether by merit or by compassion for his cry, should receive help.

As pharmacists we are primarily about care and when one of our own is in need, no one should hesitate to donate money towards this fund raiser.

Thank you all in advance for making a difference, changing this man’s life and giving him a one of a kind, early Christmas gift! 

Blessings xxx

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RADIUS MASUKUME, A TRUE HERO – GOAL R 100 000

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RADIUS MASUKUME, A TRUE HERO – GOAL R 100 000

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This is Radius Masukume.

On the 10th of October, Mr Masukume saved a 45 year old woman who was being raped by 2 young men in a field in Tableview, Cape Town. The field is situated off Gie Road. Mr Masukume was stabbed multiple times while fighting off the 2 men.

We would like to thank Mr Masukume for risking his life to save the woman.

We would like reward Mr Masukume for his bravery and selflessness.

Thanking you in advance for any donations towards this campaign.

#KeepTheEnergy #notogenderbasedviolence

DISCLAIMER: We have permission from Radius Masukume to post his picture and we have gotten this information from a paramedic Chloe Kellermann (@chloenuelle) who attended the woman and Mr Masukume on scene.

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BRING MARCO HOME – R300 000

R21,430 of R300,000 raised

BRING MARCO HOME – R300 000

R21,430 of R300,000 raised

We’ve set up a trust find to make Marco the most valuable dog in South Africa to save his life!!

Marco is quickly becoming the most WANTED dog on Facebook with over 250 000 eyes on him after he was stolen from his home in Port Elizabeth – with this we worry about the pressure put on the people who have him and the safety of Marco.

We’ve set up this trust to not only make Marco the most VALUABLE to try and protect him.

10 days of donations and if Marco has not been returned all proceeds will go to 4 animal charities.

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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HELP ANDREA – A VICTIM OF CRIME! – GOAL R 100 000

R53,955 of R100,000 raised

HELP ANDREA – A VICTIM OF CRIME! – GOAL R 100 000

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The 15th September 2018 – it was a night like any other, or so it started.  Andrea (25 years old at the time) was out with her friends for supper.  It had been a good night and she was heading home. Standing on the curb chatting to her friends, before getting into the car, when her life changed.
A restaurant down the road had been robbed, a car had given chase and the robbers let off 3 gunshots.  The third bullet hit Andrea.  The bullet went through her ribs, her lung, and her spine.  At the time, the good news was that it hadn’t gone through her spinal cord, but her spinal bone.  Unfortunately, the shock waves traveled and damaged her spine – leaving her paralyzed from the waist down. 
After two weeks in the hospital, Andrea was moved into the rehabilitation hospital, where she remained until the 21st of December.  Her routine was gym every day, building up her strength.  Since being home there has been a lapse in her physio, due to financial constraints and issues with the medical aid.  This has now resumed, but her goal is to get back into the rehab in order for her recovery to be more focused and longer periods of time spent doing the exercises as opposed to a 45minute / 1 hour per week session, as it currently stands.  Her life has drastically changed.  We still pray for Andrea’s full healing and we ask that you pray with us. 
In the meantime, medical costs have stacked up, as well as the lifestyle adjustments that need to be made.  Andrea lives at home with her family.  Her dad was in a motor vehicle accident 7 years ago and is unable to work anymore due to the brain injury he suffered.  Her mother was retrenched earlier this year.  Currently, there is no extra income in the house, yet the bills still coming.  It is extremely difficult to get Andrea the care and rehabilitation that she requires with the financial constraints.  We now appeal to you, if you are in any way able to contribute something small to go towards Andrea’s recovery we would greatly appreciate this.
We love you Andrea!

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RUACHÉ – 440G MIRACLE BABY – GOAL R 100 000

R93,350 of R100,000 raised

RUACHÉ – 440G MIRACLE BABY – GOAL R 100 000

R93,350 of R100,000 raised

Ruaché was born prematurely on 15 May 2019. She only weighed 440 grams. She is currently still in NICU and unfortunately her mom, Mari, is not doing so well.

Mari is currently also in ICU where she is being treated for kidney failure, receiving daily dialysis and plasma exchange.

Mari has been in the hospital for a month now and she is not earning a salary and probably will not be able to do so for quite a while.  The road ahead for her and Ruaché is still a long one, and therefore we come with humble hearts for financial support for them.

The Scans, MRI’S, X-rays and all hospital costs for the 2 of them come with co-payments which are accumulating very fast. That is not even taking into account the cost of petrol travelling to and from the hospital every day.

If you can at all contribute to Ruaché and Mari’s situation we would ever be so grateful.

 

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HELP AN EXCELLENT PHARMACY STUDENT COMPLETE HIS DEGREE – GOAL R 50 000

R42,005 of R50,000 raised

HELP AN EXCELLENT PHARMACY STUDENT COMPLETE HIS DEGREE – GOAL R 50 000

R42,005 of R50,000 raised

A young man approached us in our pharmacy Facebook group requesting assistance. I immediately felt a tug on my heart to do what I can to assist. We always feel that others should help and often forget we can too. No matter how little the contribution, every drop counts.

This man is a distinction student and whether by merit or by compassion for his cry, should receive help.

As pharmacists we are primarily about care and when one of our own is in need, no one should hesitate to donate money towards this fund raiser.

Thank you all in advance for making a difference, changing this man’s life and giving him a one of a kind, early Christmas gift! 

Blessings xxx

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LIANE JACOBS – GOAL R 200 000

R118,805 of R200,000 raised

LIANE JACOBS – GOAL R 200 000

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Liane was born with Vacterl syndrome, only one kidney, Benign Oesophageal Stricture, no anus, scoliosis and a hole in her heart.

– VACTERL syndrome is a set of birth defects that often occur together. It is classified as a “non-random association,” rather than a disease. “VATER” is an acronym that refers to five different areas in which a child may have abnormalities: vertebrae, anus, trachea, oesophagus, renal (kidneys).

– Benign Oesophageal Stricture – Benign oesophageal stricture describes a narrowing or tightening of the oesophagus. The oesophagus is the tube that brings food and liquids from your mouth to your stomach. “Benign” means it’s not cancerous.

– Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most often during the growth spurt just before puberty. While scoliosis can be caused by conditions such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the cause of most scoliosis is unknown.

When she was born they immediately had to take her to surgery to fix her oesophagus, straight after that they had to do a colostomy. When she was 9 months old her small intestine burst.

After that they had to create an anus for her to be able to pass normal stool, although Liane does not have any control over her stomach. She wears nappies up until today. She will be turning 8 on the 25 March 2019. Her Kidney soon started giving problems and she had to do dialysis from a very early age, for -+6 Year, it looks like a catheter that drains the fluid. February 2017, she had open heart surgery to repair the hole in her heart, surgery went well and she was discharged within 6 days.

Weekend of 10 November 2018, little Liane started looking ill, they took her to a GP and she was put on antibiotics, within 3 days her condition deteriorated. So, on the 16 November 2018 she was admitted into a private hospital, (Kidney Failure). She is on a medical aid, her teacher from school put Little Liane on her medical aid, her parents can`t afford medical aid at this moment in time. She only got weaker and weaker.

She was transferred to Morningside clinic in Sandton where a group of amazing Doctors advised them that they will have to start dialysis immediately, only to discover that the medical aid won`t cover the dialysis due to the fact that she is still on a waiting period. When little Liane woke up she had severed trouble breathing and they took her to ICU, on the 20th of November 2018 at about 02:00am she once again started having trouble breathing, this was when her heart stopped and Doctors had to resuscitate. She sustained brain damage due to this. On 5 December 2018 – They transferred her back to Klerksdorp where they reside only to find out that the Government Hospital don`t have the facilities to cover dialysis for children.

At this moment Corrie and Danie started to ask for donations on Facebook, they raised some funds, the same day she was transferred to Sunningdale where they immediately started dialysis with the money the raised. Money soon ran out and she was transferred to Johannesburg General Hospital on the 10th of December.

They started dialysis but two days later she got infected, they then put her on a Haemodialysis machine. They had to move the port for dialysis a few times as it caused her blood to clot.

On 11 January 2019 – Liane vomited and some of the fluid went back. Her heart rate went down to as low as 34.  The next day they did a MRI scan and confirmed that Liane has Cerebral Palsy.

The doctors want to stop her dialysis 31/01/2019, Lets raise funds to send her elsewhere for dialysis.

Let`s raise a HALLELUA for this little girl. Please donate any amount of money.

Thanking you in advance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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HELP ANDREA – A VICTIM OF CRIME! – GOAL R 100 000

R53,955 of R100,000 raised

HELP ANDREA – A VICTIM OF CRIME! – GOAL R 100 000

R53,955 of R100,000 raised

The 15th September 2018 – it was a night like any other, or so it started.  Andrea (25 years old at the time) was out with her friends for supper.  It had been a good night and she was heading home. Standing on the curb chatting to her friends, before getting into the car, when her life changed.
A restaurant down the road had been robbed, a car had given chase and the robbers let off 3 gunshots.  The third bullet hit Andrea.  The bullet went through her ribs, her lung, and her spine.  At the time, the good news was that it hadn’t gone through her spinal cord, but her spinal bone.  Unfortunately, the shock waves traveled and damaged her spine – leaving her paralyzed from the waist down. 
After two weeks in the hospital, Andrea was moved into the rehabilitation hospital, where she remained until the 21st of December.  Her routine was gym every day, building up her strength.  Since being home there has been a lapse in her physio, due to financial constraints and issues with the medical aid.  This has now resumed, but her goal is to get back into the rehab in order for her recovery to be more focused and longer periods of time spent doing the exercises as opposed to a 45minute / 1 hour per week session, as it currently stands.  Her life has drastically changed.  We still pray for Andrea’s full healing and we ask that you pray with us. 
In the meantime, medical costs have stacked up, as well as the lifestyle adjustments that need to be made.  Andrea lives at home with her family.  Her dad was in a motor vehicle accident 7 years ago and is unable to work anymore due to the brain injury he suffered.  Her mother was retrenched earlier this year.  Currently, there is no extra income in the house, yet the bills still coming.  It is extremely difficult to get Andrea the care and rehabilitation that she requires with the financial constraints.  We now appeal to you, if you are in any way able to contribute something small to go towards Andrea’s recovery we would greatly appreciate this.
We love you Andrea!

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GET BRIAN MOBILE AGAIN!

R183,382 of R345,000 raised

GET BRIAN MOBILE AGAIN!

R183,382 of R345,000 raised

My dad, Brian McCrindle, is not only my personal hero, but also a hero and father figure to many others.

My dad was always the first person that someone would call on when they needed help, he would always be there for someone in need at the drop of a hat. Dad is the eldest of four boys and the true patriarch of our family. He was a man who always looked after his health, ate right and exercised all throughout his life, the picture of perfect health. He was an Iron Man athlete, a veteran Comrades Marathon (89km) runner, an avid cyclist, a swimmer and an all-round sportsman.

On 24 June 2018, dad had a bicycle accident and broke his neck. Dad is now a quadriplegic.  During his months in ICU where he fought for his life, his true athletic spirit really came to the foreground. Through desperate prayers, a fantastic medical team and around-the-clock care from his devoted and loving wife, Anne, dad has now reached a point where he is able to breathe by himself during the day while making use of breathing support during the night. He is still paralyzed from the shoulders down but is going for extensive physiotherapy and rehabilitation every other day, with rest days in between when his lungs need it. The most amazing thing about this human being has been his sense of humor through it all and his truly heroic, admirable spirit. Dad has the most amazing mental strength. Not once has he felt sorry for himself, not once has he asked “why me?” Not once!

Anne has been a God send. I will never have enough thanks in me to give her for the love and care she gives my dad.

Her precious life with my father changed in a split second, but she too has not once wavered from her love and devotion to him. The life they once shared together was filled with weekly adventures and new experiences. Their days look a little different now, but side by side they remain.

My father was in ICU for over a year. Needless to say, his medical treatment does not come cheap and private medical insurance can only take you so far. All of the ongoing monthly medical expenses pose a real challenge, as one would expect for an injury as severe as dad experienced. With dad needing a wheelchair for everything, every day, their little yellow Honda Jazz isn’t quite sufficient enough to get them around very comfortably anymore.

That above said, aside from monthly medical costs that dad still needs to cover, it is my goal to try and raise enough money to buy a wheelchair-friendly vehicle for him by this coming Christmas so as to give him a bit more comfort and ease with his mobility challenges. What an amazing gift that would be. The goal is to buy a pre-owned Fiat Doblo panel van vehicle which has been kitted out with a wheelchair conversion kit which will cost R345 000.

If you find that it is within your means to help raise this money to get Brian mobile again after everything he has been through, and constantly goes through each day, then please do consider supporting this initiative, and please help spread the word.

From the bottom of my heart – thank you!

Lindy-Ann

Campaigners Social media Links: #getbrianmobile

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HELP SAVE 4 YEAR OLD ERIC – GOAL R 200 000

R58,650 of R200,000 raised

HELP SAVE 4 YEAR OLD ERIC – GOAL R 200 000

R58,650 of R200,000 raised

Eric is always full of light, laughter and energy. This is how the world knows him.

On Saturday evening, 29 June, that’s when all things changed when Eric-Charles went into septic shock and stopped breathing. He was rushed through to Union Hospital where they resuscitated him, later that evening he was transferred to Netcare Clinton Hospital PICU and he has been fighting ever since.

On Sunday he went into tachycardia 5 times. The septicaemia is so far suspected to be caused by acute pneumonia and necrotic lymph nodes. A lumber puncture is under talks to survey for meningitis. So far little Eric is still in an induced coma and on full life support.

Of course with all this comes many bills, the cost of Eric’s bed, his medication, testings’ and countless doctors’ bills. It is critical that Eric stays in Clinton PICU as he will not even survive a transfer.

Please find it in your heart to help us, help Eric live the many years that are still awaiting him.

Thanking you in advance for your generosity and support.

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