₱165,955raised of ₱1,800,000.00 goal goal
Hello! My name is Jay and I would like to seek help in raising fund for the Kidney Transplant of my wife, Rachelle. She was suddenly diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease Stage 5 Secondary to Chronic Glumerulonephritis last Feb 2022, We consulted several Nephrologists and Urologist but she still ended up with hemo dialysis last March 13, 2022. Up until now she is still fighting her battle against CKD.
However after numerous attempts of Kidney Transplant work up (cadaver and living donor) and mismatched blood typing of possible donors, Lord God sent us her perfect match (Sincerely thanks to Ate Jocelyn F.) Just recently they were able to accomplished their kidney transplant work up and passed the Ethics panel interview for a living non related donor (Thanks to God and to our family & friends who keep on praying) Our kidney transplant dream is about to happen very soon but our funds aren’t enough since we are private/pay patient under National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) due to several reasons and unfortunately we are not able to avail the Philhealth Z Package due to Donor Specific Antibody (DSA) that was found against her donor. The estimated amount of Kidney transplant is 1.3-1.8M according to her Nephrologist.
We appreciate whatever amount you’re willing to share and it will surely help and extend her life.
Thank you so much & God bless you all!
PLEASE BE AWARE OF SCAMMERS, This is the only legit account you can send your donations.
Maari din po kayong mag send sa aming bank account o gcash
Account Name: Augusto Cabrera Alingcumot Jr.
Account no: 000263-0024-37
Name: Augusto Cabrera Jr
Maraming maraming salamat po and God bless you more!
Thank you, Lord for her 2nd LifeUpdate posted by Augusto Jr Cabrera at 02:26 pm
It was March 28, 2023 when our doctors allow her to be confined, she went through a heavy procedure since she needs to undergo with a process called Plasmapheresis prior to her Kidney Transplant. We had an alternate sessions of Hemodialysis and Plasmapheresis which took us a week in the. . . . .