Help Prakash Recover From Covid Relapse - In Critical Condition(Salem) | Milaap
Help Prakash Recover From Covid Relapse - In Critical Condition(Salem)
of Rs.150,000
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    Created by

    Joshua Balraj
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Prakash Manuels

    from Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Prakash Manuels is currently in COVID ICU with 70% O2.
He has partial Kidney and Liver failure and he has developed gangrene in his leg due to acute Diabetes. He is awaiting admission at Vinayaka Mission Hospital in Salem.

He is in dire need of ₹1.5 Lakhs for admission into COVID ICU and commencement of treatment. He is a bachelor orphan with little family or organizational support. Only his divorced sister is with him. He is my distant Uncle and I am unable to help him further. He was working as a Swiggy delivery man in Madurai throughout lockdown. He contracted COVID in March this year and has now relapsed to COVID along with acute co-morbidities. Swiggy has terminated his job and has refused any financial aid or pay.

He has spent all his savings, sold his scooter and possessions and is financially unable to pay for his treatment.

Please help us raise this money to give him a fighting chance and save his life.

Prakash has been shifted to Mount Multispeciality Hospital in Chennai for better treatment for the gangrene in his foot which needed to be operated upon immediately. With your help and God's Grace he has recovered from COVID. He has undergone 2 out of 3 operations to save his foot. Through this time, the hospital costs have multiplied. To meet the expenditure of these operations Prakash needs an additional 1.8 L , however I am not increasing the goal of the fundraiser. I only request you to share this fundraiser once again to help Prakash and his family who expended all their savings and have had to now take many loans to pay for the treatment.

Please share this fundraiser again, it will only take you 5 mins but will be a lifesaver for Prakash.

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