Help Me Save My Mummy | Milaap
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Help Me Save My Mummy
1%
Raised
Rs.100
of Rs.30,000
1 supporter
  • Philipose

    Created by

    Philipose John
  • sJ

    This fundraiser will benefit

    susan John

    from Mumbai, Maharashtra

My mom suffered from a massive cardiac attack two days back, which led to lung failure, cardiac failure and severe neurological injury. My mom is the sweetest and the most selfless person I know. She always kept telling me, 'Be a good person and only good will happen.' I wonder why it isn't working that way for her now. 

My mom is 47 years old. Now her kidneys are giving up on her. She requires a procedure called CRRT, a form of dialysis. Her condition is critical. She's a woman of strength and prayer. She's helped many lives. She's been a light in all of our lives in the darkest of times. She's the hope of our home. She's been a major source of joy and hope in our family and always struggled to give us the best . She neglected her health to take care of all of us and we were selfish enough to not notice how it was taking a toll on her. But she can't go. This can't be how it ends. She can't go so fast. 

I'm 21 years old. I have a younger brother , who is 16 years old. His education remains. Mine does too. My dad has had health problems in the past, has an aged mother and a brother who are dependent on him, because of which he had to leave his full time job. So we are financially strained. Insurance covers around 7 lakhs of the total medical costs.  

In two days the ICU bill itself is 3 lakhs. Along with CRRT the cost of daily charges will be approximately 1 lakh per day. It's been a tough time. We are not sure for how long she will require treatment. 

Please help as you can, so we can sustain mom's treatment. In case of any extra funds or excess funds which aren't used for mummy's treatment, will be used for good causes by the organisation.  

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