A letter from Hannah Ysabelle…. a little help can make a difference.

I’ve read this from Kcat Yarza entitled Hannah’s Letter….

Im so touch when i’ve read the story of baby Hannah..

from baby hannah multiply site…..

from kcat yarza’s blog…..

Rosaries for Hannah
While I was checking what’s new on multiply, I saw Karen’s latest link about a sick baby girl, I hurriedly clicked on it.. and of course, re-post it as well..

Hannah is suffering from CCHS or Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome. It is a rare and lifetime condition characterized by one’s brain failing to signal the body to breathe. In Hannah’s case, her brain fails to do so when she falls asleep. To keep her breathing, we need to hook her to a mechanical ventilator/respirator, which connects to her through a tracheostomy tube found in an opening in her neck.

Hannah still doesn’t have her own mechanical ventilator, so we’re renting this equipment for her. Although we know that this will take it’s toll on us financially, we simply have no other option yet. It is our dream to buy Hannah her own portable ventilator, which she can use for so many years ahead. This portable ventilator will also allow us to bring Hannah outside the confines of our house: to the park maybe, to church, or even to a nearby fastfood restaurant. It does pain us to know that we’re not able to have Hannah see the same sights, hear the same sounds, and experience the same things as other babies of her age do. That’s why Joan and and I are again appealing to your generous hearts.

We’re selling rosary bracelets, that Joan and her mom make, to help us raise the funds to buy Hannah’s portable ventilator. Joan and I decided on the rosaries as our mission and devotion to spread the powerful intercession of the Immaculate Heart of Mama Mary to everyone. The rosaries are also our own way of repaying your generosity and kindness to our family. Because we have faith that we can bring so many people closer to God and bring so much blessings into their lives through these rosaries.

Hello everyone!

Thank you so much for taking time to visit Hannah’s online store. Joan and I decided to put up this section in Hannah’s Multiply website as a fund-raising avenue for our daughter.

As most of you know, Hannah is suffering from CCHS or Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome. It is a rare and lifetime condition characterized by one’s brain failing to signal the body to breathe. In Hannah’s case, her brain fails to do so when she falls asleep. To keep her breathing, we need to hook her to a mechanical ventilator/respirator, which connects to her through a tracheostomy tube found in an opening in her neck.

UPDATE: Last January 24, 2009, by God’s grace, Hannah’s very own portable mechanical ventilator became a reality (…more)! Our family will forever be grateful to all of you who made this dream of ours come true. A huge load has been lifted from our shoulders and a tremendous financial obstacle has been hurdled because of this.

But since CCHS is a lifelong condition, we still face the challenge of providing for Hannah’s daily medical supply needs. Also, as our way of paying it forward, we wish to raise additional funds that will allow us to help other families who have mechanically-vented children. That’s why Joan and and I are still appealing to your generous hearts.

We’re selling rosary bracelets and five-decade rosaries, that Joan, her mom, and I make, to help us raise the funds to buy Hannah’s portable ventilator. Joan and I decided on the rosaries as our mission and devotion to spread the powerful intercession of the Immaculate Heart of Mama Mary to everyone. The rosaries are also our own way of repaying your generosity and kindness to our family. Because we have faith that we can bring so many people closer to God and bring so much blessings into their lives through these rosaries.

visit Hannah’s online store.

Rosaries
http://hannahysabelle.multiply.com/photos/album/20/rosaries_for_hannah

Bags
http://hannahysabelle.multiply.com/photos/album/40

Purchasing information:
The rosary bracelets each sell for 150 Pesos and are available in several colors and designs.The 5-decade rosaries, on the other hand, sell for 200 – 250 Pesos each.

You can place your orders via the ORDER FORM found below.

* Please use the following format for your orders:
(Item Name) – (Size) – (Quantity)

* You can use the image names of the rosaries shown below as the specific item name of the rosary bracelet you wish to purchase.

Below are the standard sizes (wrist) of the rosary bracelets:

Small – 6 inches
Medium – 6.5 inches
Large – 7 inches

* We can also customize the size, or even the design, just let us know your preference.

After placing your orders, please allow us 1 week for completion and delivery. Since Joan and I are on “Hannah duty” for the greater part of the day, we can only work on your orders afterwards. Availability of materials and buying of these materials are other reasons why waiting time will take about a week.

We deliver the rosaries via Air21. However, we can only shoulder the shipping fee for orders of 10 or more rosaries.

Payments can be done through the ff:

1.) Bank deposit
You may deposit your payment to the following BPI Account (To avoid confusion, BPI is different from BPI Family Savings Bank):

Branch Name: BPI Arnaiz Ave.
Account Type: Savings
Account Name: Carlo Angelo B. Cordoviz
Account Number: 9666 8147 66

2.) GCASH
Just type (amount)(space)your 4-digit PIN and send to 28829153111641

You may deposit or GCASH your payments within your order week. Please do inform us via personal message, email, or SMS once you’ve deposited your payment.
Our other contact information are as follows:

Email: (Joan) jscordoviz@yahoo.com, (Carlo) zivodrock@gmail.com
Mobile: (Joan) 0926-7142134, (Carlo) 0915-3111641
Home Address: Unit-D, 55 Gold Road, Pilar Village, La

One response to “A letter from Hannah Ysabelle…. a little help can make a difference.

  1. Pingback: Black Rosary and Two Adjustable Wood Bracelets with Photographs – 22” in Rosary Length | Gift of Luv

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