We’re reaching out to let you know that we are kicking off a campaign to help Shwetha Kalappaji and her family, and we need your help!Shwetha who resides in Sargur, HD Kote, Mysuru Dist, was diagnosed with a rare form of pancreatitis last year and receiving treatment at Mysore Medical College and Research Institute. Three different specialists have recommended a new treatment that is now routine, but she doesn't even have insurance to pay. They claim it is still too experimental. It will cost the family more than INR 2,50,000 for one single surgery with medications.
The effects of this illness are devastating her family, however. The prognosis, with the medicine, is a 55 percent survival rate, with a full recovery.
We can’t completely cure Shwetha, but we can help ease the financial burden and resultant stress that the family is facing. Our goal is to raise the entire INR 2,50,000 for her medical expenses.
Due to Covid-19, they're struggling for their livelihood too. In this situation I request you all to generously help the family to reach the fundraising goal of INR 2,50,000, so that they can start their medical treatment as soon as possible.