Amjad Rasool's Story
Amjad’s family has been waiting for a saviour. A saviour who can save their precious child. Please know that your help will make his heart healthy again and he will have a chance at a better, healthier future. We urge you to donate for him and save Amjad Rasool’s Heart.
Amjad Rasool, an eight-year-old resident of Sahiwal, Punjab, was born with a congenital disease that he is too little to understand. Initially, he had symptoms of shortness of breath and high grade fever. Upon consultation, the doctors recommended multiple diagnostic tests. After the test results, Amjad was diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF), which is a group of four congenital heart defects. The doctor advised him to undergo an Open Heart Surgery for Total Correction.
Amjad’s father is a laborer with a meager income of just PKR 20,000 monthly. They have no financial support from any friends or relatives. They completely depend on their father’s income for their basic needs. With these financial conditions and a family of six to support, it is out of the question for them to afford the cost of this expensive procedure.
“Please hear the cries of a sorrowed mother and save my son. Help him live a healthy life like all the other kids.” says Muhammad’s Mother.
The family is in extreme despair since his father is the only earner of his family. In such a gloomy and dark situation, you could be their ray of hope by donating to Amjad’s cause. Your donation can decide the fate of this poor family. A poor family with a lot of expectations is looking forward to your donations. Please extend support for his Open Heart Surgery for Total Correction without any delay. Donate as much as you can to save Amjad Rasool’s heart.
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