Help Kefar Philip

Update posted by helpke123 On Oct 24, 2014

Hello everyone and thankyou to all of you who have donated to help Kefar. The family are very appreciative and overwhelmed at the love and support shown.

Today 24th October 2014, Kefar flew out to Cuba where a hospital has agreed to assess and provide the treatment he needs. We could not be more happy and relieved that he is finally somewhere where he can be helped. We await the initial assessments and next steps of treatment. He said goodbye to his mother who will follow on another flight and he was so brave, he didnt cry. Yesterday, he did ask however, how the plane would stay up in the air!! I think that was a valid question! lol! 

Thanks you again. It is not too late to donate as his chaperone will need accomodation and Kefar will more than likely need prosthetics. Any little is much appreciated. Thanks you from the bottom of our hearts!

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God bless you little Kefar. Stay strong through any circumstance.

Nicol Stone

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Denzil Frederick

Backed with £30.00 On Oct 20, 2014

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Praying for you little man, big huge hugs sent xxxx

kay mcnamara

Backed with £10.00 On Oct 20, 2014

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Sending prayers and positive energy your way :)

Chrislyn Lashington

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Guest

Backed with £10.00 On Oct 14, 2014

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May god continue to strengthen you through this time of adversity. Sending prayers and love your way.x

Guest

Backed with £10.00 On Oct 11, 2014

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Praying that you live a long and full life without limits.

Selena

Backed with £50.00 On Oct 11, 2014

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Wishing Kefar a speedy recovery. All the best to him and all of his family

Aline

Backed with £10.00 On Oct 11, 2014

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