Support Prashant Sharma Recover From Brain Injury | Milaap
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Support Prashant Sharma Recover From Brain Injury

My friend Prashant is currently admitted to ICU at Fortis Hospital Gurgaon Sector – 44. He is suffering from Traumatic brain injury. Prashant got hit by an over-speeding car while he was eating from a roadside vendor. Prashant suffered severe injuries in the head and started to bleed on road. He was rushed to the nearby hospital where the doctors did surgery on him. Later, he was diagnosed with Subdural Hematoma. His condition is critical, and doctors said they need to do more than one operation. 

The first operation alone cost RS 6,58,766 which was arranged from savings, selling assets & loans, now there are more operations that are going to be done. Prashant is my childhood friend and I have known their family for a long time. They can not afford this kind of money in such a short manner of time.  If the world comes together to donate the smallest amount also my friend will be saved. I beg you to donate any amount you feel like donating to save a LIFE. 



In the next 35 days, we need Rs.20,00,000.00 more for Surgery. Please come forward to support my cause. Any contribution will be of immense help. Do contribute and share this campaign link with your friends and family.
 

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20th January 2020
Dear All,

Thank you, everyone, for your support and for showing humanity. Prashant is recovering every single day. Now he is at home and having food himself. He is not able to speak till now but we hope he will be fine in a couple of months!

Please share and support the campaign to help him with his further treatments.

Thank you
Dear All,

Thank you, everyone, for your support and for showing humanity. Prashant is recovering every single day. Now he is at home and having food himself. He is not able to speak till now but we hope he will be fine in a couple of months!

Please share and support the campaign to help him with his further treatments.

Thank you
29th December 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the wonderful support so far. We hear that Prashant Sharma is still undergoing treatment. To help raise the rest of the amount for the treatment faster, Milaap is offering a 15% matching on all the payments (till the funds last).

This means for every 1000 INR, Milaap will contribute an additional 150 INR to the campaign thereby creating 1.15X the impact.

Please come forward to help Prashant Sharma to undergo the treatment faster and recover soon!!

You can help via the following methods:
1. Clicking on the donate now button: https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-prashant-sharma

2. Donating via UPI (Tez/Bhim/PhonePe etc):
givetomlpprashant114@yesbankltd

Regards,
Team Milaap.
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the wonderful support so far. We hear that Prashant Sharma is still undergoing treatment. To help raise the rest of the amount for the treatment faster, Milaap is offering a 15% matching on all the payments (till the funds last).

This means for every 1000 INR, Milaap will contribute an additional 150 INR to the campaign thereby creating 1.15X the impact.

Please come forward to help Prashant Sharma to undergo the treatment faster and recover soon!!

You can help via the following methods:
1. Clicking on the donate now button: https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-prashant-sharma

2. Donating via UPI (Tez/Bhim/PhonePe etc):
givetomlpprashant114@yesbankltd

Regards,
Team Milaap.
Rs.20,649 raised

Goal: Rs.300,000

Beneficiary: Prashant sharma info_outline

Supporters (30)

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USMANGANI donated Rs.100
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HABI BULLA RAHAMAN donated Rs.30
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AKSHAY KUMAR donated Rs.500
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Anonymous donated Rs.200
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Anonymous donated Rs.200
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RIVIGO donated Rs.550

May the Lord bless you with a smooth and swift recovery. Feel better soon.