Help Our Nanay Fight Covid!

Update posted by Madelaine Red On Sep 30, 2020

Nanay fought hard, but in the end, her body lost the fight. She passed away early evening yesterday Philippine time. Her body was cremated at 5 a.m. today and her ashes are now home.

We're still reeling from Nanay's departure. She was the light of our lives, the glue that held us together. We will never be the same again now that she's gone.

Thanks so much to everyone who contributed to our fundraising campaign. We're still waiting for the final bill from the hospital. We will keep this page open for the time being.

Much love and gratitude from our family.

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Update posted by Madelaine Red On Sep 24, 2020

We have raised over ₱140,000 here and offline so far, thanks to your generosity and kindness! We're getting close to hitting 10% of our campaign goal. Please keep sharing this page and praying for Nanay. We feel your love and support, and they're keeping us strong and hopeful.

Later today, Nanay will have the internal jugular central venous catheter insertion that she needs for her hemoperfusion and dialysis. It's a risky procedure for her age and condition, but it's the only option that we have now to remove the toxins from her blood. Please send good vibes so that she'll be strong enough for it and able to move forward with her healing.

Thank you so much again. Our family is truly grateful for all your help.

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Update posted by Joy Watford On Sep 22, 2020

Thank you to everyone who has donated to Nanay's fund and shared this page. Every little bit helps. We received Nanay's hospital bill covering the first three days of her hospital stay. We're now at 108,000 pesos.This bill is separate from the initial admission fee, the Remdesivir doses, and the hemoperfusion and dialysis preparation and sessions that she'll be undergoing.


We were hoping for Nanay to get started with hemoperfusion and dialysis straight away, but unfortunately, due to the hospital being understaffed, she won't get started until Monday next week. This is a worry for us because each day's delay lowers her chances of beating Covid. However, this is the reality of the pandemic in the Philippines, where most hospitals are filled with patients but have fewer doctors and nurses to see to them, because many are in quarantine.

Right now, we're hoping that the Remdesivir, an antiviral drug, will do its work. Your prayers, words of support, and generous donations are keeping our hope alive. Thank you so much.

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