Baby Lia is Needing your Help

  • ₱18,648
    raised of ₱2,500,000.00 goal
0% Funded
7 Donors

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Baby Lia was born with Hirschsprung disease. This disorder is characterized by the absence of particular nerve cells in a segment of the bowel in an infant. The absence of ganglion cells causes the muscles in the bowels to lose their ability to move stool through the intestine.

Currently, LIA is admitted in PICU for 1 month running after 6 surgeries. Though her doctors are seeing improvement in her condition, she still needs to be closely monitored due to the complications seen after the surgeries.

We are praying and hoping that LIA gets better soon! but right now, what her parents additional worry is the booming hospital bill which is already at PHP2,500,000.00. in connect to the current challenge of LIA's parents, we are knocking in your helpful hearts to assist them in their hospital bills. Any amount will be a huge help to baby LIA and we'll forever be grateful to all. Thank you in advance and may god bless us all!

Organizer

  • Paolo Raphael Lumio
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  • Campaign Owner

Donors

  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Feb 06, 2022
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  • Jianna Lastimosa
  • Donated on Jan 31, 2022
₱800.00
₱10048.00

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Donors & Comments

7 donors
  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Feb 06, 2022
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  • Jianna Lastimosa
  • Donated on Jan 31, 2022
₱800.00
₱10048.00
  • Joseph Clemmow
  • Donated on Dec 02, 2021
₱1000.00
  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Jul 14, 2021
₱5000.00
  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Jul 08, 2021
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  • Manny Jason Cuevas
  • Donated on Jul 08, 2021
₱500.00

Followers

3 followers
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₱18,648
raised of ₱2,500,000.00 goal
0% Funded
7 Donors

No more donations are being accepted at this time. Please contact the campaign owner if you would like to discuss further funding opportunities