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Ranjit needs a new heart badly!

Ranjit is just 44 years old and runs a small furniture shop in Agartala. Life changed when he was diagnosed with diabetes. A subsequent massive heart attack landed him in refractory heart failure.
 He has already been in and out of the hospital in the last 1 month and spent all the money he had saved. He has no hope apart from a heart transplant.

It would bring back a father to his two teenage daughters and husband to his wife who has been tirelessly fighting this battle. We are fighting a battle against time and hope to win this battle with your support.
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22nd July 2019
Dear Supporters,

We have some unfortunate news to share:

We were waiting for a heart transplant for Mr.Ranjit, But it was never to happen. He passed away and could not make it despite the best medical efforts.

These funds are required by his family in their moment of grief as they have to settle the transportation costs of transporting the deceased's body to Agartala by flight from Kolkata and to perform his last rites.

Every bit of money is of use to them.

Thank You
Dear Supporters,

We have some unfortunate news to share:

We were waiting for a heart transplant for Mr.Ranjit, But it was never to happen. He passed away and could not make it despite the best medical efforts.

These funds are required by his family in their moment of grief as they have to settle the transportation costs of transporting the deceased's body to Agartala by flight from Kolkata and to perform his last rites.

Every bit of money is of use to them.

Thank You
3rd July 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Ranjit remains sick with a failing heart as we keep looking out for a heart for him. In the meantime drugs used to keep his heart beating are expensive and need critical care monitoring. The support cannot be withdrawn as these are critical moments where a heart may be around the corner and we need to be prepared. We still need more support so please help us reach out to your near and dear ones and please spread the message.

Let's show that we can help transform lives.
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

Ranjit remains sick with a failing heart as we keep looking out for a heart for him. In the meantime drugs used to keep his heart beating are expensive and need critical care monitoring. The support cannot be withdrawn as these are critical moments where a heart may be around the corner and we need to be prepared. We still need more support so please help us reach out to your near and dear ones and please spread the message.

Let's show that we can help transform lives.
27th June 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

2 days back Ranjit stopped putting out urine and became very sick and was not responding to higher doses of inotropes and vasopressors. He had to be put on an intra-aortic balloon pump for cardiac support which makes him very critical. Thanks to the IABP support we have been able to get some urine output. He keeps waiting for a heart and needs your support all the more.

 Please Help!
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

2 days back Ranjit stopped putting out urine and became very sick and was not responding to higher doses of inotropes and vasopressors. He had to be put on an intra-aortic balloon pump for cardiac support which makes him very critical. Thanks to the IABP support we have been able to get some urine output. He keeps waiting for a heart and needs your support all the more.

 Please Help!
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Rs.24,885 raised

Goal: Rs.2,500,000

Beneficiary: Ranjit Dey info_outline

Supporters (10)

K
KiranGajpal donated Rs.2,500
AK
Ayan donated Rs.5,000
MS
Mainak donated $50

Please get well soon!

R
RAMKRISHNAC donated Rs.5,000
S
SUDHARSANGHOSH donated Rs.2,000
S
SUDIPGHOSH donated Rs.500