Zeeshan Tariq's Story
Zeeshan Tariq, a 24-year-old resident of Lahore, was born without the right lower leg. He has been using an artificial leg for a long time, but now it is worn out. He needs a new artificial leg to manage his daily tasks, but he cannot afford to pay for it due to financial constraints. We urge you to donate for Zeeshan’s artificial leg. It can improve the quality of his life significantly and he wouldn’t have to be a burden on others.
He lives in a small house with his parents and four siblings. His father is a laborer and earns just PKR 25,000 per month. He barely manages to support his family of six with this meager income. His father can’t afford to pay for the new artificial leg. However, Zeeshan hasn’t given up hope as someone told him about Transparent Hands and all the generous donors who help underprivileged patients like him.
Zeeshan expressed his distress in the following words:
”Even though I was born without a leg, I learned to walk independently with an artificial leg. It makes it possible for me to take care of the basic tasks. However, I have been worried and stressed since I realized that my artificial leg needs to be replaced. I will feel helpless without it. I belong to an underprivileged family and need your support to get a new artificial leg. I will be grateful to all the people who help me in this difficult situation.”
Zeeshan reached out to Transparent Hands and we have registered his case. However, we need your support to provide him with a prosthesis. He is a young man with many hopes. Please donate for Zeeshan’s artificial leg and make it possible for him to live his life to the fullest.
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