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Help Sukhchain walk again

On the morning of 9th April 2019, Sukhchain Singh (Sukhi) was on a relaxing bicycle trek when he met with a fatal accident. Doctors were forced to amputate his leg to save his life. The accident has turned Sukhi’s life upside down. As we are writing this, Sukhi is in intensive care struggling to get his life back on track.
                 
Sukhi is an all-rounder – he not only aces academics but is also an enthusiastic sportsperson. A management graduate from the Indian School of Business (ISB) and a gold medalist from Punjab Engineering College (PEC), Sukhi has been an exemplary student and an avid learner. In his spare time, Sukhi was always seen engaging in sports and outdoor activities. In fact, Sukhi has conquered everything he has put his eyes on. He has successfully seeded several entrepreneurial ventures and was supposed to join UBER in May 2019 post his ISB life. His passion for life and never-say-die attitude is admirable. Sukhi has inspired everyone’s life he has touched and is loved by all!
Sukhi's father retired from Indian Army after serving for 20 years across different stations of India including Rajasthan, Siachin, Assam and Arunanchal Pradesh. He presently stays at Nabha district in Punjab along with Sukhi's mother. Sukhi's mother has played a pivotal role in his life. She has been the biggest support system for the whole family. In these testing times they are the source of ultimate motivation for Sukhi on his path to recovery.
The physical and psychological trauma of the incident is immense and the path to recovery is not only treacherous but also emotionally challenging. Where certain battles Sukhi must fight on his own, this amazing human needs our help with prosthetic leg to get him back running. Doctors have recommended C-Leg (Brand - Ottobock) as a suitable choice for prosthetic leg. However, the cost of operation and the replacement equipment is a mammoth.
                       
We cannot go back in time to reverse the damage, but we can surely do our bit to ensure that Sukhi is well prepped to face the greater challenges of life. Your contribution will definitely help Sukhi get back on his feet and running in no time. We are hoping you won’t think twice before doing your bit to help Sukhi get his leg back.

Price quote from Ottobock for Prosthetic Leg
Price quote from Ottobock for Prosthetic Leg
Hospital Treatment and Stay Estimate
Hospital Treatment and Stay Estimate
Patient summary report issued by the Doctor in-charge
Patient summary report issued by the Doctor in-charge
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13th June 2019
Dear Supporters,

As of now, I have had three surgeries. The wound is healing slowly and steadily. We have to go for alternate day dressings and consultations and have to start the prosthetic process.

Thank you for all the support!
Dear Supporters,

As of now, I have had three surgeries. The wound is healing slowly and steadily. We have to go for alternate day dressings and consultations and have to start the prosthetic process.

Thank you for all the support!
2nd May 2019
Hello all,

We want to start out by extending a huge thank you to you all for your unflinching love and support for Sukhchain in his hour of need. We here at Team Sukhchain are in absolute awe of the manner in which you came through to help him and his family.

With angels like you on our side, we have reached our target of Rs. 50 Lakh in just 14 days!

The first few days under treatment were dark for Sukhchain's family, and for Sukhchain they were a nightmare made real. Waking up in the ICU, Sukhchain was devastated to discover the loss of his leg, a situation he had not thought possible. Thoughts of his bright future as a newly minted ISB graduate, the massive and unaffordable costs of the private hospital, and the impending gargantuan lifestyle costs associated with being an amputee flashed through his mind. Hope seemed to have died.

Yet in these depths of despair, you have come to his aid and in doing so have rescued him mentally, physically and financially. You have secured a future for Sukhchain where even the sky is not the limit.

So please, guardian angel, take a bow. Without you, this new lease of life Sukhchain has been blessed with, would never have been possible.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

A few updates:

  • Sukhchain has been discharged from the hospital and is recovering, slowly but surely. He has also recently had negative pressure wound therapy, which has helped with the healing process. He is currently being pampered by family and friends alike, and is enjoying that as much as he can.
  • He's also busy reaching out to youngsters who have suffered as he has. This kind of outreach will help him when he needs guidance and support in the coming years.
Please do keep him in your prayers - you will always be in ours!

Much love and gratitude,
Team Sukhchain
Hello all,

We want to start out by extending a huge thank you to you all for your unflinching love and support for Sukhchain in his hour of need. We here at Team Sukhchain are in absolute awe of the manner in which you came through to help him and his family.

With angels like you on our side, we have reached our target of Rs. 50 Lakh in just 14 days!

The first few days under treatment were dark for Sukhchain's family, and for Sukhchain they were a nightmare made real. Waking up in the ICU, Sukhchain was devastated to discover the loss of his leg, a situation he had not thought possible. Thoughts of his bright future as a newly minted ISB graduate, the massive and unaffordable costs of the private hospital, and the impending gargantuan lifestyle costs associated with being an amputee flashed through his mind. Hope seemed to have died.

Yet in these depths of despair, you have come to his aid and in doing so have rescued him mentally, physically and financially. You have secured a future for Sukhchain where even the sky is not the limit.

So please, guardian angel, take a bow. Without you, this new lease of life Sukhchain has been blessed with, would never have been possible.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

A few updates:

  • Sukhchain has been discharged from the hospital and is recovering, slowly but surely. He has also recently had negative pressure wound therapy, which has helped with the healing process. He is currently being pampered by family and friends alike, and is enjoying that as much as he can.
  • He's also busy reaching out to youngsters who have suffered as he has. This kind of outreach will help him when he needs guidance and support in the coming years.
Please do keep him in your prayers - you will always be in ours!

Much love and gratitude,
Team Sukhchain
25th April 2019
Hi Guys,

A follow-up surgery called the "Negative Pressure wound therapy" was conducted on Sukhchain on the 24th of April by the treating doctor.
His wound is healthy now and he is recovering very well.

Thanks a lot for all the love and support guys! Keep praying :)
Hi Guys,

A follow-up surgery called the "Negative Pressure wound therapy" was conducted on Sukhchain on the 24th of April by the treating doctor.
His wound is healthy now and he is recovering very well.

Thanks a lot for all the love and support guys! Keep praying :)
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Goal: Rs.5,000,000

Beneficiary: Sukhchain Singh info_outline

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Wishing you a speedy recovery. You will definitely come out of this stronger. Take care.

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God bless you sir

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