WE MAKE A LIVING BY WHAT WE GET, BUT WE MAKE A LIFE BY WHAT WE GIVE !
At just 3-months of age, Izaach Louis from Philippines, after having a severe jaundice was diagnosed with Cholestatic juandice biliary atresia - a rare, life-threatening liver disease. If left untreated, this disease would further damage and scar his liver leading to cirrhosis, and eventually liver failure.
Unfortunately little Izaach now 7-months old does exhibit the severe symptoms of Biliary Atresia like abdominal bloating while other complication are bound to happen if preventive medication and proper treatment won't be done the soonest time possible as this disease is like a time bomb. His liver is seriously affected which slowly causes irreversible damage which prompted doctors to resort to Liver Transplant.
The family need to prepare at least 2.5 million pesos for the transplant and the post-transplant procedures. Currently, they need to undergo series of tests and work up to prepare for the transplant. However the family who live in extreme poverty lack access to quality healthcare. They are often denied assistance and are unable to afford necessities to improve their quality of life. His mother stays home to care for him and other two siblings. His father was working as a laborer in construction and can barely provide for the family's daily expense.
I am knocking onto your kindest hearts to help finance Izaach Louis's liver transplant and post-transplant medications. Hand in hand, let us give him a chance to live longer in this beautiful world. With your help, you will not only save Izaach Louis's life but also the lives of the people who love him dearly. Every baby is a blessing from God and has a purpose and plan on this earth.
Thank you for your time and your very generous donation.
You may also course your donations through his uncle Gcash account since bank account of baby Izaach still on process:
Kent Philip Ryan Arante
You can follow and communicate also directly to his mother's FB account here: https://www.facebook.com/rhea.arante.5