To everyone who may not have heard the news yet, our dear former work colleague/friend Irvin Amores has been hospitalized due to severe Covid-19. This caused his kidney and liver had suffered and experiencing pneumonia.
We have been receiving numerous inquiries from people asking how to extend their help. This campaign was created as a venue to gather funds for Irvin's running hospital bills.
If you would like to donate, you can directly send money to Irvin's bank accounts and mobile wallet. See below details:
I cannot thank you enough, through this post, on how much I appreciate all the help, love and support that I got from my Covid recovery.
To God be the Glory! I gave up on His will, and He blessed me with a new beginning.
To my family who believed that nothing is impossible. They were the rock that I stood upon in the gruelling days where I almost gave up. The wall that gave me refuge, the last bastion where I earned my battle scars despite the despair and pain of my suffering. They did not give up, and I had no right to do so either. I love you all.
To all my friends, a lot of you I have taken for granted, HS friends, past office mates, current workmates, friends of friends, I plead forgiveness and humble myself before you. You guys/girls brought a smile on my face, and I wish the circumstances were different where I would have presented myself to you not at my weakest...
To all my heroes, the nurses and doctors, who took care of me. Each of them have sacrificed a lot, and took superhuman efforts to attend to my needs. I will be forever grateful that I was saved by their able hands. I will not possibly get to personally know them, but they have forever touched my life, and I am so lucky to have them by my side.
The experience have brought me a new perspective in my life. In my time inside the lung center of the philippines, I have cried so much, tears out of misery and questions that I have no answers to. It was important to know that I am just a +1 to the statistic, but in a sea of million covid cases, I knew that I was not alone. That kept me going. There is always hope. There will always be help when you need it.
Hi Everyone!I cannot thank you enough, through this post, on how much I appreciate all the help, love and support that I got from my Covid recovery. To God be the Glory! I gave up on His will, and He blessed me with a new beginning. To my family who …