US$426.00raised of $17,000.00 goal goal
My name is Jessie James Gamis, 35 years old and single. I've stopped accepting freelance and online graphics projects and been a full time care giver for my mom, sister and dad. Last November 13, 2016 my mom had a hemorrhagic stroke and was confined in the ICU for two weeks. Mom was the bread winner of the family because dad lost his sight due to glaucoma. We are only 3 siblings. And last March 28, 2017 My sister with my dad visited us here in the hospital, but when they were about to leave, she had a heart attack which lead to a hemorrhagic stroke. Now we are in the same room and I'm taking care of all of them. We celebrated both my sister and my mom's birthday here in the hospital last April 16 and 21.
My brother is in Manila working and with his own family. He has been looking for ways to help and liquidating properties to raise funds to pay for the hospital bills and medicines.
We've recieved so much support and assistance from friends, classmates, relatives and people who want to help.
We also lost our home last December from the typhoon here in Irosin, Sorsogon but our focus now is to raise funds for the hospital bill.
We are so grateful and asking sincerely for any support, assistance, donations and prayers for my family. Thank you and we are forever grateful. Again thank you!
Overhauled my old campaign due to what happend to my sister.
Jessie James M. Gamis
Smart +63 939 122 7729 /
Globe +63 927 520 9408
You can directly donate to the following:
Bank Account Name:
Jessie James Gamis
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(Land Bank of the Philippines)
Concert for a causeUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 03:17 pm
Sessions for the heart - concert for a causeJessie and his sister are volunteers at Redemptorist Church or commonly known as Baclaran church and their volunteer-mates organized a benifit concert for Jessie's challenges at the Sinirangan Cafe inside the Church compound in September 2, 2017. All proceeds will be given. . . . .
Continued blessingUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 09:17 am
My sister's batchmates from Seton, pioneer highschool batch '91, continued to support and help my sister for her recovery and needs of my family.They've sponsored the first batch of physical therapy sessions for my sister's recovery. We also thank the PT department for giving us special accommodation because of our
Hope amidst our growing challengesUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 02:53 pm
Last May 25, a batchmate of my sister called me and told me that with their other batchmates, they pledged to pay the hospital bill of my sister. And on May 29 we finalized all the papers and requirements and made it official that my sister was discharged. But due. . . . .
Celebrating Mothers DayUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 08:47 am
Celebrating mothers day and currently finished feeding my mom with her morning hospital rations and then I'll feed my sister who is sleeping at the next hospital bed then after her will be dad who is blind and waiting for his turn to be feed. Being an optimist, the wish
Our old campaign descriptionUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 05:02 am
[update 05.12.17]I've pasted here my old campaign description due to the overhaul of the campaign.[update 03.21.17]To those who can't seem to find my bank account below, here it is: Bank Account Name: Jessie James GamisBank Account No: 5990267283 (BDO – Banco De Oro) Currently we are overwhelming grateful for your. . . . .
Nearing our 4th MonthUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 01:09 am
Challenges keep on coming Its been more than 3 weeks since my auntie was confined here in the same Hospital for diabetes and needed to undergo 2 minor surgeries. The laptop I borrowed from my uncle was used for collateral for them to be released but they still rent a. . . . .
Challenges faced by our whole clan.Update posted by Jessie James Gamis at 08:25 am
On my mother side we have my last uncle who is scheduled for operation but didn’t push thru because of financial challenges. On my father side, all of his siblings (He is the only boy) have medical and financial challenges. Before New year my aunties went to manila and one. . . . .
Additional challengeUpdate posted by Jessie James Gamis at 08:09 am
MY LAST UNCLEBefore dad was hospitalized and my mom had a stroke, we wanted uncle to be checke-up and diagnose because he had been complaining that he is in pain. When my dad was confined, mom told him that he'll be next to be check-up, unfortunately my mom had a. . . . .