Your support has helped us impact thousands of lives
Cancer can be a difficult journey. Patients & caregivers require a variety of support – ranging from basic necessities including clothes, food, shelter to more personalized care including guidance on treatment and managing side effects. Your donations have helped us save many lives. We are grateful to you for the same.
Aanshi, a 20-year-old, had been battling Bone TB for the past three years. Tragically, she fell from the 4th floor of a Trauma Center A.I.I.M.S. around 7:30 p.m. yesterday and lost her life instantly. Her family wishes to take her back to their home in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh, which is approximately 800 kilometers away. The cost of the ambulance service is Rs. 20,000
Diksha, an 18-year-old, has been courageously fighting cancer for the past 11 months. Around five weeks ago, she urgently needed a VCP kit, @ Rs.8000, and she received it within a few hours. Now, she requires another VCP kit and a machine, which together amount to a total cost of Rs.13,500.
Meera is a mother of three children: Rakhi, who is 11 years old, Chandan, who is 5 years old, and Kalpana, who is 3 years old. Unfortunately, both Rakhi and Kalpana have eye defects; Kalpana was born blind, and Rakhi is awaiting an appointment at A.I.I.M.S. for a permanent eye removal. Regrettably, the family is living in dire poverty. At present, Kalpana is suffering from painful boils on her back. The family lacks the financial means to travel to Delhi or even to their local hospital for her necessary medical treatment. If possible, I kindly request assistance in providing Rs. 3000 via Paytm to this family for immediate help. You can take Paytm number or the family’s contact number for further coordination from me.
Sapna, who is 17 years old, has been battling cancer for a year. Both her parents have died and her brothers are her primary caregivers. She requires two Single Donor Platelet(SDP) kits, with one to be utilized tomorrow on September 11th and the other on September 14th. The cost of each kit is around Rs. 8000, resulting in a total need of Rs. 16000 for both the kits. We kindly request your assistance.
Johit, who is currently 14 years old, came to us during our preparations for Valentine’s Day celebrations. He is battling a brain tumor , and we have been supporting him by providing a wheelchair, a Commode chair, and necessary medications since then. Recently, he became seriously ill and was admitted to A.I.I.M.S. Unfortunately, the doctors have informed us that his condition is terminal, and he was discharged today with strict instructions not to return. He should go back home to meet his loved one and die amongst them. As always, as we ask all such dying children, we reached out to ask Johit if there’s anything he desires. His remote-controlled car, which we previously provided, no longer works, and given his immobility, it was his source of joy. He now wishes for a larger car , and if possible, a drone to enjoy in his village under the open sky. Additionally, his father has requested Tetra pack juice & milk, and protein powder as Johit can only consume liquid diet now. The cost of his medicines prescribed today amounts to Rs. 3000. Furthermore, they need financial assistance for travel. The tickets cost Rs. 2200, but we should provide Rs. 3000 to cover both sides of auto fares too. Time is running short, as we will be bidding Johit farewell tomorrow. Your support in fulfilling these requests would be greatly appreciated.
Each year, we observe Janamashtmi by sharing milk and sweets. Last year, we were able to provide these to 400 patients. Unfortunately, this year, we cannot celebrate due to restrictions in the A.I.I.M.S. area. However, since today morning, we’ve received requests from parents seeking assistance for their babies. We would have assisted regardless, but it feels like a divine sign to offer our service today. On this special occasion of Janamashtmi, we provided assistance to all the babies whose parents reached out to us for help. We were able to supply them with jumbo pack diapers, insulated bottles, electric kettle, milk powder, toiletries, and wet wipes tailored to their specific requirements. We extend our gratitude to everyone who came forward at such short notice to support these infants, celebrating Janamashtmi in a unique and meaningful way.
Shriya, who is currently three years old, has been under our care since she was one year old. Unfortunately, due to a neurological disorder, she lacks any sensory awareness. She requires diapers, an insulated bottle, and any used secondhand pram would suffice, as it’s challenging for her parents to carry her around.
Zoya, a two-year-old with eye cancer, urgently needs help. She has already lost one eye to the disease and has received assistance in the past, including an MRI Scan costing Rs. 9500, medicines amounting to Rs. 1000, and an electric kettle. Currently, she requires Rs. 1300 for medical equipment to be deposited at A.I.I.M.S., as well as Rs. 8500 for Silicon implants. This family is unable to afford their daughter’s treatment, so any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Milk is an essential necessity, particularly for patients enduring long-term illnesses and facing financial constraints. The significance of milk becomes even more pronounced for disadvantaged patients who are far from home. It serves as a vital source of nutrition, aids in medication consumption, and meets their protein requirements. Over the past two years, we have been able to provide daily milk support to 100 patients. At present, we are receiving 50 packets of milk daily for distribution. However, we kindly seek your assistance to procure the remaining 50 packets, incurring a cost of Rs. 1500 per day. We earnestly request you to consider reserving a day to give this much needed daily Sewa bring to those who are less fortunate. Note : Due to the upcoming G20 summit, the distribution of tea, food, and snacks has been completed halted for the past week in the entire vicinity of A.I.I.M.S. and Safdarjung Hospital. Even we will not be distributing meals till the 11th.The heightened vigilance from authorities has resulted in immense hardships for patients and their families due to this severe shortage. We appeal for your support to extend assistance beyond 100 milk packets to reach the patients by September 11th. Hundreds of patients and their families are in great need. Extra milk packets with Biscuits, Sweet Buns, Bread, Small packets of Cereals etc.
With the upcoming G20 Summit, the footpath clearance had me debating whether to celebrate. However, after some kids and several women inquired about our Rakhi celebration today, we’ve chosen to move forward. Time is quite short for preparation, but we’re determined. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Commemorating Rakhi alongside children unable to return home due to ongoing treatments or caring for unwell family members is a poignant reminder of the strength of love and unity. Their resilience and shared moments underscore the importance of family ties and support during trying circumstances. Please help us in celebrating this festival of affection and empathy. You can send or contribute by providing snacks like chips, biscuits, chocolates, and juice. As it’s a festive occasion, including a small box of sweets with Rakhi, Akshat, and Roli for the children would be wonderful.
Rovin joined Givers family at three months of age, diagnosed with brain tumor. He has now reached three years of age. His two siblings, who are currently in grades 2 and 3, require uniforms, school bags, notebooks, and shoes, which will amount to a cost of around Rs. 5000 to Rs. 6000.
Purushottam Kumar, aged 26, was involved in a hit and run accident 8 months ago. His recovery has been incomplete since then. A knee surgery costing Rs. 17,000 is planned for the day after. Despite financial difficulties, his family managed to gather the required funds. However, today they were provided with a list of surgical equipment essential for the procedure, amounting to Rs. 3,500. They need help to arrange the equipments latest by tomorrow evening.
Zaid, who is under 2 years old, has been diagnosed with blood cancer. He has been at A.I.I.M.S. since April and we have been consistently providing him with assistance. Today, there is a medicine that needs to be administered, and its cost is Rs. 1200.