PLEASE HELP MY INDONESIAN FRIENDS

Update posted by Rinaldo Fiorilli On Mar 26, 2019

Hello everyone,

I haven't posted in a while; it's been a real roller-coaster the past three years with everything that's happened in Indonesia, and more specifically in the lives of these young people.

Arie has been on and off work due to the rainy season, flooding, job cuts and illness.

Imam has since gone to, and graduated from, tailoring school this year. However, he now needs funds to purchase a sewing machine to start his own business.

Bian has also graduated, from High School last year and has been looking for work, but nothing has come his way yet. He still struggles with health issues which bring large debts that he can't pay on his own yet. His family has nearly completely abandoned him.

Wildfire struggles with his health on and off as well; graduated from university two years ago, but hasn't been able to find work. His grandmother who raised him after the loss of his parents has had her own health related problems and has since moved away from home, leaving Wildan alone and isolated. He often goes hungry and lacks medication to treat his health properly.

Once again, a gift of any size is a breath of fresh air for all of them. Thank you very much,

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Update posted by Rinaldo Fiorilli On Apr 29, 2018

First, let me begin with the good news! Bian has recovered from leukemia over the past months! But the bad news is, he's had a flu which left untreated turned into bronchitis, which led to loss of appetite and a suicide attempt. Thank God that he survived, and has finally started treatment for the bronchitis in hospital, but the funds are still lacking. I made him promise me he would never try to commit suicide again, which he remembered recently as things at home have taken a turn for the worse.

Then there's Wildfire, who has finally gotten a job! Though it's a meager salary, he often can eat only one meal a day.

As for Imam, he's had to see his beautiful motorcycle in order to pay for his hospital treatment last year. His salary is so little that he can't afford minimal living expenses, and now to make matters worse, his doctor told him he has a stomach ulcer.

Hari has worked at a new job since my last post. Much better than his previous job, but do to ongoing flooding caused by the heavy rains, his parents have suffered much loss and he himself is in deep need once again, also not having enough money to buy food for himself because he's sent every penny to his family back home.

Please help! These are just a few stories of warm, loving people in another part of the world that need a helping hand.

Thank you all for your contributions.

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