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Your Ten Rupees Can Help Survive A Life On Dialysis

A ten rupee note can go a long way in helping someone breathe one more day.

A feeble tale of two females Shilpa and Swati Sawant, struggling to meet ends in their day-to-day life will move the ground beneath you. The mother-daughter duo lives alone in Goregaon and has no financial sources of survival. The 25-year-old daughter, Shilpa Sawant, is surviving on dialysis and her mother, Swati Sawant is suffering from physical ailments and almost on the verge of dialysis as well. They have sold off everything in order to help them survive their medical illness. They are currently supported by Rajiv Gandhi Jeevandayee Arogya Yojna, however, it does not meet their basic needs. They are selling off their last bit of the property as well in order to sustain the hour of survival.

Every day, we mindlessly spend a 10 rupee note on either vada pav or lays. Today lets mindfully spend our money to help someone breathe one more day of their lives.

Contribute whatever you can along with me. Let's together create a chain of revolution. Share, care and be aware! 
My grandfather and she are in the same hospital for dialysis. The beneficiary is Shilpa Sawant.
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15th April 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

The funds raised from the crowdfunded money would be used to aid the dialysis patient in order to help her meet the ends every day.

Thank You
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

The funds raised from the crowdfunded money would be used to aid the dialysis patient in order to help her meet the ends every day.

Thank You
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Rs.1,145 raised

Goal: Rs.10,000

Beneficiary: Shilpa Sawant info_outline

Supporters (9)

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Anonymous donated Rs.500
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Anonymous donated Rs.550
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VAIBHAV MAHENDRA AGARWAL donated Rs.15
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Anonymous donated Rs.10
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Anonymous donated Rs.10
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SMIT H MISTRY donated Rs.30