Syed Jamal's Story
After losing his leg, Jamal’s life took a depressing turn. The loss of his independence and sense of self has left him feeling devastated, enraged, and grieving. Additionally, he finds it difficult to leave the house, which makes him feel confined and alone within its walls. He feels like he is being imprisoned. He is not willing to burden his family. He needs your assistance to get a prosthetic leg so he can live independently. The lack of financial resources prevents him from obtaining an artificial leg.
Syed Jamal, a 52-year-old resident of Sheikhupura, injured his left leg in a road accident a few years ago. He was taken to the local hospital for first aid. His leg was severely crushed, and the doctors could not save it. They had to amputate his left leg above the knee. He needs a left prosthetic leg to walk again.
He is not financially stable enough to pay for the prosthetic leg. He spoke these words in despair:
“I am incredibly grateful for your compassionate support, as it is the foundation of my independence and the opportunity to regain my confidence with the help of an artificial leg. Your generosity not only enables me to support my family but also empowers me to embrace a life filled with renewed vigor and unwavering resilience.”
After exhausting all other options, he registered his case with Transparent Hands, and we are determined to help him get back on his feet. Therefore, we request that you please be generous and donate for Jamal’s artificial leg. He has placed his trust in you. He hopes that a kind donor like you will make his life easier. Donate today with a big heart to restore his financial independence and self-image.
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