฿7,500.00raised of ฿150,000.00 goal
It has been a while since the last update and again I thank everyone for all the help they gave Sheila to pay her previous expenses and get home to her family. Once again I must ask everyone if they can help once again. Sheila's kidneys no longer function properly and she is in need of a life saving kidney transplant. Thankfully, her younger sister can donate one of her kidneys but they are short of the funds needed to get the procedure completed. Of the cost of 1 million PHP (650,000 Thai Baht) they are about 150,000 baht short. Please help us to raise this last portion of the cost and allow Sheila to get the lifesaving transplant she do desperately needs. Thank you again and god bless.
If you can help by donating in Thailand by direct bank transfer Please send to: Miss Sheila Mae Amba Danila, United Overseas Bank Thailand (UOB) Acct: 751-166-425-3
Previous campaign effort ----->Sheila Danilla is a 24 year old teacher from the Philippines teaching English in Thailand at Sacred Heart Convent School in Bangkok. She is her families sole means of support and sends the majority of her pay to support her family back home in the Philippines. Last Monday, she was struck down with dangerously high-blood pressure and kidney disease. She is still in the hospital and we are hoping she will make a full recovery soon. Unfortunately, her hospital bills are going to be far in excess of her health insurance coverage. We expect that her hospital bills and on-going care will be in excess of 300,000 baht or more. We are asking for any help you can give in order to help Sheila pay her hospital bills and return to working and supporting her family. It is likely that she will need on-going care and any funds donated in excess of her hospital bills will be used to support her follow-up care. Thank you and god bless for your support. If you would like to donate in Thailand by direct bank transfer Please send to: Miss Sheila Mae Amba Danila, United Overseas Bank Thailand (UOB) Acct: 751-166-425-3
Please help Sheila so she can get a lifesaving Kidney transplant.Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 03:34 pm
It has been a while since the last update and again I thank everyone for all the help they gave Sheila to pay her previous expenses and get home to her family. Once again I must ask everyone if they can help once again. Sheila's kidneys no longer function properly. . . . .
Sheila is back home!Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 05:35 am
Sheila has returned home to the Philippines and is now focusing on her health and recovery. Thanks to everyone who donated or sent their best wished for Sheila's recovery. Because of everyone she was able to receive the care she needed and return home. If you wish to help support
Final Update on Shiela's ConditionUpdate posted by Quinn Rieman at 06:36 am
Thanks to everyone who contributed to help Sheila pay her medical bills. Because of everyone's generosity we were able to pay a large portion of her hospital bills. We hope to have enough to pay the balance with the help of our friends. Sheila was released from the hospital and. . . . .
Good News! Sheila released from the hopsital!Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 04:30 am
Good news since Sheila was well enough to be released from the hospital yesterday after nearly a month in the hospital. She will continue her treatment and soon return to her home country where she will get additional treatment. Thanks to everyone that has helped her to pay the hospital
Sheila's treatment and a thank you from Sheila!Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 01:14 am
Sheila is overwhelmed and deeply grateful for all the support everyone has shown her. She is happy and hopeful because so many have helped her and care for her. She is looking forward to having her 4th of 7 plasma exchange treatments today as this will take her one step
Update on Sheila's condition and treatment.Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 06:18 am
Sheila started Plasma exchange therapy today. It will be done every other day for the next 14 days. A total of seven treatments. This is the treatment for Sheila's condition which is called crescentic IgA nephropathy." This is a condition that affects her kidney function. After the treatment the doctor. . . . .
Sheila's conditionUpdate posted by Quinn Rieman at 11:15 am
Sheila's is suffering from a Kidney disease and will need additional treatment and remain in the hospital for at least another two weeks. The treatments will be expensive and everyone's continued support will be greatly appreciated. Thank again for all the support everyone has shown to Sheila.
Update on Sheila's condition & Thank You!Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 12:18 pm
Sheila is resting comfortably and continuing to progress positively. After the results of some tests she had today we hope for some positive news on her treatment. If all goes well she might be able to leave the hospital next week. I once again want to thank everyone for their. . . . .
Update on Sheila's condition and Thank You!Update posted by Quinn Rieman at 02:57 am
I spoke to Sheila this morning and she is sounding good. She is having a procedure tomorrow on her kidneys which will hopefully tell us the cause of her auto-immune disorder that is causing damage to her kidneys. If she improves, She could be out in a weeks time, otherwise