I have started his campaign in order to Raise £11,682.34 or at least as close as possible to this amount to cover the aftercare medical bills of a Ms Alyona Zhilina
This is someone I hold dear to my heart even though I'd very much like to do this by myself, I have no other choice but to ask for help and ask for you to extend the hand of human generosity.
1p, £1, £100 all donations are welcome.
I know the total amount is overwhelming but I believe if we all share, no matter how little the outcome will be tremendous.
The person i care about is called Alyona Zhilina
She is 23 years old and in 2011 she graduated from the 131 gymnasium of Barnaul, after which she graduated from the Altai State College of Music in 2015.
In 2016 she moved to China, where she lived and taught English to young children alongside myself.
From there, she returned on September 30, 2018 and after a short vacation home to Russia she decided to go to London (early December 2018) to attend a six-week language course at Kaplan International English to gain certificates to help further her education.
But she never finished the course.
During this time 01.01.2019, she was walking the streets of London, slipped and fell unsuccessfully from her own height and was unable to defend herself, with this she severely smashed her head and was immediately taken to the local hospital (Broomfield Hospital)
The doctors immediately declared she was in a coma and remained so for 3 days.
Having done all the necessary tests, it was decided to transfer her to the hospital (Addenbrooke’s Hospital) of Cambridge, after being transported to which she was diagnosed with a cerebral hemorrhage and had an emergency operation.
Fortunately, everything went well; on January 3rd 2019, Alyona came out of a coma and on the 4th regained consciousness and was even able to speak. Now she has cracks in two cervical vertebrae, her right arm is almost immobilized, and she can hardly see her left eye, but she can walk and talk, through great efforts.
If I could give everything I have to help her. I would.
I know you don't know her. But anyone who knows me, knows I never ask for help.
We were all stranger's once.
kindness is like a pack of haribo - it's best shared.