The contributor has a right to select any patient/disease from the website prior to making the contribution.
Contributor can pay the amount of its choice only through the designated bank account of Transparent Hands (UBL Account Title: Transparent Hand Trust, Account No: 220951896 Branch Code: 0635) and contributor can also pay through Goodworld, Omni service (For Pakistani Users) , Cash/Bank Draft, Cheque, Online Banking, ATM, Paypal (For international Users), Debit & Credit Card.
The contributor cannot retrieve any Fund amount, once the contribution is made/ deposited through the designated bank of Transparent Hands as it is an irrevocable donation.
The contributor will get notification through SMS or E-mail for its paid amount against particular patient or disease.
That, if a patient expires during his fund raising campaign, Fund paid amount will be automatically diverted towards the emergency account of Transparent Hands and contributor will receive notification regarding adjustment of Fund.
Transparent Hands charge 15% from each campaign as administrative charges.
The emergency funds which we have generated for Transparent Hands would be utilized either on the emergency cases or on those patients whose surgery has been done and due to some complication during the operation more money is required. We apprehend that there might be various forms of complexities during the surgical treatment of any patient and the lack of funds should not become an obstacle in treating the patient. Hence, the emergency funds will always be there to help in completing the process till the patient is fully recovered.
We only publish the approximate required amount for surgery. The amount may vary according to the condition of a patient during the surgery.
The discount given by hospitals is added into Transparent Hands emergency funds which is further utilized for the free surgical / medical treatments of the deserving patients.
Transparent Hands has the permission to use the donor’s Zakat donation for any other Zakat eligible patient, in case hospital bill reduces or patient treatment doesn’t take place due to some unforeseen reason.
Providing free healthcare services to those who cannot afford.