Sally B. Bonete is a wife and a mother to four children. Sally also known as "Mami" has recently been diagnosed with mycotic aneurysm after four days of having experienced strong headache episodes, lost of balance, and fever. Currently, she's confined in Makati Medical Center after going through Endovascular Coiling Surgery last October 15, 2018, minimally invasive procedure to block the blood flow into an aneurysm. The said procedure costs approximately P1,000,000 on top of the other expenses in the other tests conducted, and their stay in the ICU.
Our group of friends which includes Ediza (Mami's daughter) created this fundraising page to help their family during this challenging time. We've known Mami for almost 10 years now and she has been a second mother to all of us. Their home has been our second home as well and indeed, nothing short of a warm and welcoming place.
On behalf of the Bonete Family, if you'd like to assist them financially, any amount would be greatly appreciated (you can proceed with paypal or if you'd like deposit directly to a bank acct, you can refer to the details below). Rest assured that all the funds we'll be able to raise through this will go directly to Mami's medical costs and other expenses of the family. Their family couldn't be any thankful for the outpour of prayers, encouragements and help they've been receiving.
Account name: Ediza Dianne B. Bonete
Account number: SA 2377 0523 18
Account name: Gloria L. Mopon
Account number: 0969335891
Account name: Jenella Kaiza L. Perez
Account number: 001520168479
Let's continue to fight with Mami and their whole family. Stay blessed!
Side note: As some of you might be wondering why of all places, given their financial capacity, would they bring Mami in a private hospital. It's because they've exhausted all the possible options back in Cavite. Believe it or not, at the time they were advised that Mami must be transferred in ICU immediately, almost all the hospitals with ICU in the whole area of Cavite were full. They only drove Mami through a car as the hospital they were previously admitted prefer a guaranteed point to point transfer of patient if by an ambulance. Considering Mami's condition and her life being at risk, they didn't have a choice but to admit her where she'd be assisted immediately and be taken care of. They travelled to Manila for a greater chance and passed through seven more hospitals but to no avail. Thankfully, their stop at Makati Med opened doors for immediate assistance.