US$5,177.00raised of $19,000.00 goal goal
The Cayman Heart Fund is fundraising for surgery for Mrs Aleida Jerez Camejo
Mrs Aleida Jerez Camejo is a resident of the Cayman Islands. Originally from Cuba, Mrs Aleida is a dependent on her husband's status as a refugee in the Cayman Islands. Mrs Aleida is currently suffering from severe mitral valve regurgitation . A cardiologist has recommended early mitral valve repair/replacement surgery to relieve her symptoms and prevent deterioration of her heart function.
Return for treatment to Cuba is not feasible. Medical insurance in the Cayman Islands has been declined. Your generosity can save Aleida’s life.
All money raised through this campaign will go towards the USD$19,000 surgery cost for Mrs Aleida. To the extent any moneys raised turn out to be surplus to what Mrs Aleida requires the surplus money will be used in accordance with the Cayman Heart Fund's mission to financially assist other individuals in the Cayman Islands who need timely access to cardiovascular treatment.
About the Cayman Heart Fund
The Cayman Heart Fund (CHF) is a non-profit, non-government organization incorporated in 2007 under the Companies Law (2007 Revision) with Registration License # 220594. The CHF mission is to improve cardiovascular health for all in the Cayman Islands, through educating the public, influencing policy, and supporting access to high quality care through various programs and initiatives. Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is still the leading cause of death for both men and women, both in the Cayman Islands and globally. I hope that you will join us in saving Mrs Aleida's heart today. Because all hearts matter.
If you have any questions or would like to know more about the CHF and its work please contact Allison Olarou at [email protected].
Charitable Trust DonationUpdate posted by Allison Olarou at 03:42 pm
The Cayman Heart Fund is delighted to announce that following a very generous donation made by a charitable trust towards furthering our mission of improving cardiovascular health for all in Cayman, we are able to contribute an additional USD$6000.00 towards the life-saving heart surgery Mrs Aleida requires. This follows an
Garage Sale for Heart Surgery!Update posted by Allison Olarou at 03:20 pm
The Cayman Heart Fund was delighted to receive an offline donation of USD$1381.60 - proceeds from a Garage Sale held at the Cayman Islands Baptist Church in Savannah by Mrs Aleida's family and friends. Amazing job everyone!