US$560.00raised of $650.00 goal goal
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David needs our help, urgently!
David lives in Uganda and dreams of becoming a vet. He works so hard to care for and save the neglected animals, but now he has malaria. His family cannot afford a doctor's visit, let alone medicine. We are estimating $300 for the visit and treatment. But anything over the amount needed will go towards food for his animals, or any other urgent health needs.
He has been sick for a few days and herbal remedies are not working. So we are asking you to contribute towards getting him the help he needs. Any little bit helps.
He's very worried about his animals but they need him!
Tuesday morning updateUpdate posted by Alyssa Thomas at 04:47 pm
Good morning. So thrilled to see the goal met, again. David is home now, back with his animals who missed him very much.We are going to raise the goal yet again. We want David and his Mum to be able to purchase a mosquito net for each of them, about. . . . .
Monday morning updateUpdate posted by Alyssa Thomas at 09:17 pm
Good morning everyone. Thank you again for the donations. We have reached our original goal but have decided to raise it to $500. David provided a copy of the hospital bill-which is $314. However, that does not include the costs of taxis to/from the hospital (which can be expensive) or. . . . .
Sunday morning updateUpdate posted by Alyssa Thomas at 04:15 pm
First off, a huge thank you to everyone who has donated. We have heard from David. He is still in the hospital receiving medicine and resting. He will be discharged on Tuesday. We do not have a cost estimate, but given he is staying for a few more days we
Current situation as we know itUpdate posted by Alyssa Thomas at 06:09 pm
Given that malaria can be very serious and David has been sick for a few days already, I went ahead and sent the money already. His mother received it and was taking him to the hospital. We haven't had an update since then.I am counting on the support of everyone