LET’S SAVE ZOEI – Let’s help!

WHO IS LITTLE ZOEI?

Zoei Penullar is a five year old girl who is suffering from a heart disease called CONGENITALLY CORRECTED TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES.

WHAT IS CONGENITALLY CORRECTED TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES?

According to her mother, Nouella, it was explained to her that:

“Zoei’s condition is called CONGENITALLY CORRECTED TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES.

“Instead of her arteries being reversed physically, it is her Left Ventricle (LV) and Right Ventricle (RV) which are reversed.

“It is congenitally corrected because even if these chambers are reversed, both ventricles are doing the supposed function of the other (the LV is functioning as the RV).

“However, since the RV’s normal function is to bring deoxygenated blood from the heart to the lungs, its muscle structure is not made for pumping blood all over the body, which is now its job in Zoei’s case.

“That is why Zoei’s RV is overworked and the tricuspid valve is weakening, thus the regurgitation.

“So since her RV is the one pumping blood all over the body, this means that blood which is supposed to be distributed is accumulating within her heart, hence its enlargement.”

WHAT DOES ZOEI NEED?

Due to the severity of her heart condition, Zoei needs a pacemaker as soon as possible. But the costs are very steep – operation, medication, hospital bills, etc.

Her first session of the surgery has been successful due to those who offered help to the family and we are hoping for another successful operation.

HOW IS ZOEI NOW?

Zoei was rushed to the hospital in the wee hours of the morning of March 06, 2012. A family friend narrates, “Nahihirapan daw huminga. Nas-stress na heart niya. Dalawa na yung regurgitation ng heart niya. Binago na raw yung dosage ng medicines niya. Whatever plans we have, pwedeng madaliin natin? I’m not a doctor, so I really don’t know what it means, but the mere fact na nahihirapan na yung bata, hindi na maganda yun.”

HOW CAN YOU HELP SAVE ZOEI?

You can help save Zoei by sending your donations to:

Nouella Laura P. Abig:
Banco de Oro (Timog-EDSA, Quezon City branch)
Savings account number:4690105815

Paypal Account: nouella.penullarabig@yahoo.com

Contact:
Nouella Penullar (Zoei’s mom) : 0915-9377015 | 0922-7888457

For more information, you may visit Zoei’s website:
http://helpsavezoei.wordpress.com/
https://www.facebook.com/pages/LETS-SAVE-ZOEI/346829818688555

For more inquiries on how you can help, you can also email us at:

dilimandiary@yahoo.com

A little help can make a difference – KK2011

Lets help flood victims of storm ‘Sendong’

Here are some ways to help our kababayans who were donations for the flood victims of storm ‘Sendong’.

KAPATID

http://www.interaksyon.com/article/19865/tv5-kapatid-foundation-accepting-donations-for-storm-sendong-victims
Cash donations may be sent through the following accounts:
TV5 Kapatid Foundation Inc. BDO Savings Account No. 005310-410164 and
Bank of the Philippine Islands Savings Account No. 1443-05333-2
Donations in kind like food, clothing, utensils, blankets, mats, water containers, and medicines may be sent to News5 Aksyon Center, TV5 office in San Bartlolome, Novaliches, Quezon City.
For inquiries, please call News5 Aksyon Center hotline – 938-6393.
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KAPUSO

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/234077/news/nation/dswd-kapuso-foundation-calling-for-donors-volunteers
METROPOLITAN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY (METROBANK)
Peso Savings
Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 3-098-51034-7
Dollar Savings
Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 2-098-00244-2
Code:MBTC PH MM
UNITED COCONUT PLANTERS BANK (UCPB)
Peso Savings
Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Numbers: 115-184777-2
: 160-111277-7
Dollar Savings
Account Name : GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Numbers: 01-115-301177-9
: 01-160-300427-6
Code:UCPB PH MM
BANCO DE ORO (BDO)
Peso Savings
Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 469-0022189
Dollar Savings
Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number: 469-0072135
Code: BNORPHMM
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK (PNB)
Peso Savings
Account Name: GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Numbe: 121-003200017
Dollar Savings
Account Name:GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc.
Account Number:121-003200025
Code:PNB MPH MM
For more inquiries, contact GMA Kapuso Foundation through its 24-hour hotlines 928-9351 and 928-4299.
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KAPAMILYA

https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150529342939122
Sagip Kapamilya Hotlines (02) 411-4995(02) 394-92720917-887-4411 ==================== FOR IN-KIND DONATIONS* SAGIP KAPAMILYAABS-CBN Foundation Inc. Mother Ignacia cor. Eugenio Lopez St.Diliman, Quezon City *You may send rice, canned gods, noodles, biscuits, coffee, sugar, clothes, blankets, mats, medicines ==================== ABS-CBN CAGAYAN DE ORO and ABS-CBN DAVAO also accepting donations for relief operations ABS-CBN Cagayan De OroBarangay Bulua, Cagayan De Oro City ABS-CBN DavaoShrine Hills, Matina, Davao City ==================== FOR CASH DONATIONS 1. BDO Peso AccountAccount name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip KapamilyaAccount Number: 39301-14199Swift Code: BNORPHMM 2. BDO Dollar AccountAccount name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip KapamilyaAccount Number: 39300-81622Swift Code: BNORPHMM 3. PNB Peso AccountAccount name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip KapamilyaAccount Number: 419-539-5000-13Swift Code: PNBMPHMM 4. BPI Peso AccountAccount name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip KapamilyaAccount Number: 3051-1127-75Branch: West Triangle, Quezon CitySwift Code: BOPIPHMM 5. BPI Dollar AccountAccount name: ABS-CBN Foundation Inc.-Sagip KapamilyaAccount Number: 3054-0270-35Branch: West Triangle, Quezon CitySwift Code: BOPIPHMM
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RED CROSS

type RED (space) AMOUNT and send this to 2899 for Globe or 4143 for Smart. Those who would like to donate through G-Cash can text DONATE (space) AMOUNT (space) 4-digit M-PIN (space) REDCROSS and send this to 2882.
Cellphone users can donate to the Red Cross in the following denominations: P5, P25, P100, P300, P500, or P1,000 for Globe; and P10, P25, P50, P100, P300, P500, and P1,000 for Smart
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Iligan Bloggers Society, Inc. is accepting donations in kind for the victims of Typhoon Sendong in the city. We encourage the following items for donations: canned goods, noodles, bath and laundry soaps, toothpaste, rice, used clothings, slippers, and cash donations.

A little help can make a difference – KK2011

Cadayunan Primary School: CDO Bloggers Outreach Project (a little help or big help :-)

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Our group, Cagayan de Oro Bloggers (CDOBloggers), will have an outreach and feeding program to a newly opened public primary school in Besigan, which is 52 kilometers away from the city proper and most of the people in the area are farmers with no regular transportation except dump trucks provided by the city government to help the people transport their farm products.

Before Cadayunan Primary School was approved last March 2011, the students had to walk 12 kilometers everyday, to and from the nearest school and this resulted to in-attendance. Most of them skipping school and eventually stopping before the school year would end. Cadayunan Primary School allows residents of Besigan to have access to primary education. Currently the school has 60-80 primary pupils and 2 teachers. But since they have just started operating in July of this year, the school is in dire need of learning materials for the pupils as well as teaching materials for the teacher to effectively guide and teach these eager kids. Each of the members of Cagayan de Oro Bloggers have already committed to help through cash and in-kind donations. We are looking into donating books and other materials that may be beneficial to the learning process of the pupils. Surely all the contributions will go a long way. This would be a wonderful early Christmas gift for them too.

CDObloggers‘ objective is to donate books and other supplementary learning materials and conduct a feeding activity there on December 2, 2011. CDOBloggers members has pledged a Php 300.00 contribution each which would be for the books and materials (Php250) and Php 50 for the feeding activity.

We would like to appeal to every kindhearted Kagay-anon, or anyone for that matter, for any support you can contribute. Please email us at cdobloggersinc@gmail.com if you wish to help or take part of this outreach. And to our fellow bloggers and netizens we also accept donations through paypal (francis.siason@gmail.com). Your $3 to $5 will surely go a long way. The last time we did a project like this (involving money donations through paypal or cash) was way back January 2009 when majority area of CDO was heavily flooded due to over spilling of water to major rivers in the city. We also made a post about the project (The $3 Campaign for the Flash Flood Victims).

You could also opt to donate in kind school materials like books, notebooks, writing and coloring materials, etc. As well as food and drinks for the feeding program. Deadline of contributions is on November 30, 2011.

The CDOBloggers are appealing for our support in this advocacy. If you wish to help or take part of this, you may emaill: cdobloggersinc@gmail.com. They are also accepting Paypal donations at: francis.siason@gmail.com. Whatever you may contribute, it will surely go a long way. This would also be a wonderful early Christmas gift for them too.

Check out Mommy Dharlz’ blog entry about this cause.

A little help can make a difference – KK2011

Buy a book, read and help!

Isshin @ SM City Calamba (Book Tour)
Isshin Dream Publishing would like to invite you to The Seven: The Key of Credence by Veronica Mist and Brightest by Johann de Venecia and Joanne Crisner book launch in cooperation with SM City Calamba and National Book Store Calamba branch.

The event will run from Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 2:00pm until Monday, December 19, 2011 at 10:00pm

There will be a short program on the 17th and a book signing. We’ll be having a writing and art competition and we’re encouraging everyone to enter. ^_^

We’ll showcase the art on the books for the rest of the week as well as the works of the winners 🙂

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Read. Enjoy. Love. Help.
Hello! Here’s a Christmas gift idea for you to give to Young Adults and book lovers.

Just Like Harry Potter, Twilight, and such, The Seven is targeted for Young Adult readers, as well as the kids at heart and book lovers. Though it doesn’t really matter how old you are, if you like to read, you’ll definitely love this book.

Another reason why I recommend you, especially the youth, to read this because aside from the beautiful magical story, there is also depth in the story. It has a lot of valuable lessons and morals even if it’s the work of fiction.

Here’s a copy of my column/article about this book:

There’s truth in fantasy
By MARIA KATHRINA LOPEZ YARZA
November 7, 2011

MANILA, Philippines — Credence is to believe and to trust the truth about something. It is that on which our faith lies.

I am not really an avid reader of fantasy books, but once I start reading one, I always feel like I am being transported into a world of make-believe, mesmerized, and never letting go of the book until I finish reading it down to the last page.

It was fun reading “The Seven: The Key of Credence,’’ a book that made me feel like a teenager again. I can definitely relate to the youthful curiosity and love of adventure of the main character Ryan Trish and her friends.

The Key of Credence tells us about Ryan and her friends and their experience in an entirely new world — one that involves the Heavens and the Helles. Reading it, I am transported to Sactae Mundus and Intero Regnum, two of the fictional places in the book. The places are so beautifully described that I see the vivid imagery in my mind.

From among the many conversations in the story, two have touched my heart.

The first one speaks of finding courage and hope from unexpected people and unexpected places. For example:

“It’s pretty childish I know, but because of that I never lose my courage to face whatever comes my way. It’s like… I always anticipate someone… something to support me whenever I needed it. And guess what, the imaginary assistance I need never fails to back me up on the verge of giving up.”

“Imaginary?” Ryan asked skeptically, one eyebrow raised, “Like imaginary friends?” “I mean like , when I least expect it, a friend, a relative, and even a complete stranger would miraculously appear and lend their hand to whatever difficulties I was going through. It was like someone told them, pushed them to help me.”

The other one speaks of friendship, loyalty, and faith – faith in oneself, faith in others, and faith in God above all things…

“You must understand that the most important thing apart from religion is your faith Trish, your faith in Him. And when you believe, you would follow what He had said. And that is to spread love around you. If you did just that, what possibility for any of you to not be saved then, when the time of judgment comes?”

WRITTEN BY A FILIPINO

This book was written by a full-blooded Filipino, Veronica Mist, proving that Filipinos can also create wonderful fantasy stories, similar to Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Twilight and so on. Book publisher Josephine Litonjua of Ishin Dream Publishing said: “I wanted to show the world that Filipinos are equally or maybe more than talented than writers abroad.”

I am likewise proud of Veronica Mist. She is a close friend of my best friend Ysiad in high school. Upon learning that Veronica wrote a fantasy book, memories of some 13 years ago flashed back when Ysiad would tell me that she had a friend who loved to write stories about the paranormal, the supernatural, her own fantasy world. That friend turned out to be Veronica Mist, now a published author.

To the beautiful and magical story, Veronica also added a twist of war in the human soul, about the end of the world, and also of God’s unwavering love, incorporating moral lessons in the story that will surely touch the heart and soul of the reader.

“Maybe I’m just too ambitious, but still I want to teach today’s younger generation, especially teenagers who have been losing their morals, respect and dignity because of the environment they’ve grown into.” Veronica shares.

“The Seven: The Key of Credence by Veronica Mist” is available at Powerbooks and National Bookstore. You may also purchase it from me for the same price where part of the proceeds will go to my medical funds. Veronica Mist and Isshin Dream Publishing are willing to give me a certain percentage from the sales of the book I get to sell. Not only will they be able to reach more booklovers to read the book, moreover, they will have reached my heart with their helping hands. You can purchase the book by visiting my website or contact me at 0906-3360757.

“Do not be afraid. Because if you let these fears consume you, you’ll most likely fail even before everything else starts.”

You may place your order/s HERE or contact me at 09063360757.

Thank you so much! Take care and God bless us!
– KCAT YARZA

A little help can make a difference – KK2011

Pamasko sa ating mga kababayang OFW “Distressed sa disyerto” – Help & Share

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Christmas is just around the corner…Some of us have almost finished on our Christmas list…Some cargo boxes are already sealed and ready to be shipped to loved ones anytime…Some of us had already plan for “the event” – Christmas parties, family reunions, and others already booked for vacation But Christmas is more than those –

It’s about sharing our blessings to the needy;It’s about giving love to our fellow to the best way we can;It’s about reaching out people and letting them feel that someone care and love them. This Christmas, let our distressed OFW “kababayans” feel our warmth love and care to them…

Share our blessings in any forms.Express our love by reaching out to them.
Once more, I am humbly knocking on your good heart to be with me in cooperation with SFC Qatar Social Ministry in reaching our distressed OFW kababayans who are now under the custody of OWWA. By sharing our blessings through giving we will be able to reach out people and let them feel the true spirit of Christmas.

I already started receiving some stuffs such as used clothes. As of now, we have 80 women kababayans who are under the custody of OWWA, who needs our help, support and love to fight their battle against abuse, trauma and threats they experienced from their employer.

Most of the things they needs are toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, sanitary napkins, towel, etc.). Any donations, in kind or in cash will be accepted. Small things to us are big help for them. This Christmas Season let us put smiles to their face and warmth their heart with love.

If you have anything that you want to hand with them – donations or pledges (in cash or in kind), kindly approach me or to whom you get this email. Rest assured that all your gifts will be given to them.

Share your blessings….Give Love…Reach Out….And be a part of the gift giving to be held onDecember 8, 2011 at POLO/ OWWA Ground, Doha Qatar
It’s not how much you give but the love you put into giving.

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If you you’re in Qatar & you wish to donate / join,
feel free to contact Jen Arellano at:

‎Mobile: (00974) 55003586
Address: Al Naseer Building Mansoora, Doha Qatar (at the back of Royal Restaurant)

Office address:
Procurement Department
Sky Oryx Joint Venture
New Doha International Airport Project (NDIA)
P.O Box 55873

A little help can make a difference – KK2011

Toys for Joy by Touch of Ellehcar (share & donate)

Touch of Ellehcar Fan Page

‎Touch of Ellehcar’s goal:
*to provide 100 New toys
*to provide 100 set of meals
*to give a Christmas party to the orphans

To volunteer, donate or sponsor, please call or text 09275042796

Christmas is a time for celebrating with family and friends, enjoying good food and special treats, the joyous sounds of happy children exploring presents left beneath the tree. Yet, many children, right in our own community, will not know what most of us take for granted.

TOYS FOR JOY are reaching out to impact the lives of underprivileged children at this special time of year.

We hope you too will be one of the many who experiences the satisfaction received from giving to those in need this year.

We have lots of volunteer opportunities the day of the event, Saturday, December 3, 2011.

We’re still calling other members to join us in our project “TOYS for JOY”
Help us bring happiness this Christmas, sponsor 1 or more children, Maximize your gift giving by donating gifts that meet the real needs of orphaned.

GOAL:
*to provide 100 New toys
*to provide 100 set of meals
*to give a Christmas party to the orphans

Date: December 3,2011

To volunteer, donate or sponsor, please call or text 09275042796

A little help can make a difference – KK2011

Anika’s Heart Story – A Little Help

A ‘unity run’ organized by Team Breathe Hope along with Breathe Hope Runners to help save a toddler’s heart and give her a brighter life.

Anika, now 5 years old, is a baby girl who has a single ventricle loosely translates to having a HALF HEART. For further details, here is her medical condition:

The 2d echo showed that she had a Single Ventricle defect (basically half a heart), a rare type of CHD (Congenital Heart Defect) with other heart defects such as:

Single Ventricle – A complex heart defect that results in one of the heart’s pumping chambers (ventricles) being underdeveloped.

Dextrocardia – is a congenital defect in which the heart is situated on the right side of the body; a otherwise harmless condition. Or refers to the heart being a mirror image situated on the right side.

Pulmonary Valve Atresia –She has a small pulmonary artery. Blood can’t flow from the right ventricle into the pulmonary artery and on to the lungs so low-oxygen (bluish) blood mixes with the oxygen-rich (red) blood in the left atrium.

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) – also known as a “hole in the heart”. Is a congenital heart defect in which the wall that separates the upper heart chambers (atria) does not close completely.”

With this, we organized a unity run for Anika’s heart. A fee of 200 will bring BIG changes in her life. Lending a hand couldn’t be this fulfilling! 😀

If you want to help her live a better life, come & run for her!

A little run can make a difference – KK2012

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Anika’s Fan Page

This is the story of Anika’s journey with CHD.

Anika is our Heart Baby. She was born on April 17, 2007.

She was so perfect. She was the most beautiful little baby I had ever seen. Anika grew up as a happy and healthy child until she was 8 months old when her pediatrician heard a heart murmur. We got scared but he told us that this diagnosis is actually extremely common. Sometimes these extra sounds are simply the sound of normal blood flow moving through a normal heart. Other times, a murmur may be a sign of a heart problem. After a month, the heart murmur was still present so he advised us to consult a pediatric cardiologist. We immediately consulted a pediatric cardiologist and an Echocardiogram (2d echo) was done. She referred us to the Philippine Heart Center for further diagnosis and treatment.

The 2d echo showed that she had a Single Ventricle defect (basically half a heart), a rare type of CHD (Congenital Heart Defect) with other heart defects such as:

Single Ventricle – A complex heart defect that results in one of the heart’s pumping chambers (ventricles) being underdeveloped.

Dextrocardia – is a congenital defect in which the heart is situated on the right side of the body; a otherwise harmless condition. Or refers to the heart being a mirror image situated on the right side.

Pulmonary Valve Atresia –She has a small pulmonary artery. Blood can’t flow from the right ventricle into the pulmonary artery and on to the lungs so low-oxygen (bluish) blood mixes with the oxygen-rich (red) blood in the left atrium.

Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) – also known as a “hole in the heart”. Is a congenital heart defect in which the wall that separates the upper heart chambers (atria) does not close completely.

Thus began our journey to the world of CHD. I will NEVER forget the day we found out about her broken heart. She was almost perfect. I never knew there were heart defects until I had a baby with one. Her case is rare and it happens 1 in 100,000 births. A lot of moms have healthy kids but why me? and why Anika? I have always asked that question. Her dad and I had so many plans for when she came to this world but it turned out to be so many twists and turns of fate.


We had regular check ups at the Philippine Heart Center where several tests such as blood tests, chest x-ray, Electrocardiography (ekg) and Echocardiogram (2d echo) were frequently done. During a case presentation last December 2009, the doctors have told us that her heart defect is rare and inoperable in the Philippines and we should be prepared. They are not sure if they can offer surgery. The surgery Anika needs is most performed in the United States. However, they told us that there is a Japanese surgeon who travels to the Philippines once a year to perform surgery for complex cases. But we still have to wait in line and the surgeon performs only 5 surgeries in a year. In order to find out if she can be a candidate for surgery, she needs to undergo a Cardiac Catheterization and CT Angio Scan. As a patient from the social service division, we have to wait in line to be given a schedule. We patiently waited for almost a year but we were not given a schedule and we did not hear about the Japanese surgeon’s visit at all. I feel sad that they are giving false hopes to the hundreds of children who have different struggles and find ways to travel from the province just to keep up with the check-ups and waiting in line starting at 5am to show that they are still alive, hoping they can have surgery just like my little girl. My heart goes out to these kids and their family.

Since Anika’s case needs immediate attention, we transferred her as a private patient and the Cardiac Catheterization was scheduled. A Cardiac Catheterization is a procedure wherein a catheter is inserted into a chamber or vessel of the heart. A long, thin, flexible tube called a catheter is put into a blood vessel in your arm, groin (upper thigh), or neck and threaded to your heart. Through the catheter, doctors can check blood flow in the arteries, blood flow and blood pressure in the chambers of the heart, find out how well the heart valves work, and check for defects in the way the wall of the heart moves. Results from cardiac catheterization help determine whether treatment or surgery or may be effective.

On January 14, 2011, we were admitted at the PHC for the Cardiac Catheterization. Prior to the procedure, she underwent Phlebotomy because the CBC showed that her hematocrit is high, meaning she has excessive numbers of red blood cells. Phlebotomy is a procedure in which blood is taken from a vein.

The Cardiac Catherization took almost 3 hours and when they got her out, she was placed on a heart monitor until completely awake. They frequently checked vital signs (temperature, pulse, breathing, blood pressure), circulation, the heart monitor, and the pressure bandage placed over the cath insertion site. Thanks to the doctors for taking good care of Anika. The catheterization confirmed that her pulmonary arteries are small. The good news is that surgery is possible. However, in order for Anika to survive, she will need 2 surgeries:

Glenn Shunt & Pulmonary Reconstruction– Before the bidirectional Glenn shunt can be performed, her pulmonary artery needs to be enlarged. The goal of the Glenn Shunt is to bypass cardiac circulation and allow some blood to get to the lungs for oxygenation, without overworking a weakened or tiny ventricle. This is achieved by taking the superior vena cava, which is returning blood to the heart for transit to the lungs, and hooking it directly to the pulmonary veins. Such a move creates passive bloodflow to the lungs, completely bypassing the heart.

Fontan Procedure – A Fontan procedure is a palliative medical operation in which the right atrium of the heart is attached directly to the pulmonary artery, bypassing the right ventricle. The Fontan procedure allows blood to travel passively from the atrium into the pulmonary artery, which takes blood to the lungs to get re-oxygenated, instead of passing into the right ventricle, where it is pumped into the pulmonary artery.
We are trying to prepare ourselves for these surgeries. There are no words to explain how we feel. Although her heart will never be perfect, she can survive.

For the first surgery, we need to raise PHP 450,000. She needs the first surgery soon as possible. But at this point we really do not know how to have all the money that is necessary. We are hoping that the spreading her story through the internet will help our daughter survive. I know somewhere out there, there are people who want to help. Please help us in raising the funds to help her get her surgery.

We have some heart items for sale. These are items that we have made by our own hands. If you wish to buy, the proceeds will help finance Anika’s surgery. If you would like to make a donation, please visit donate.

I am reaching out to the world because my daughter means a lot to me. Anika is truly a miracle baby. There are no words to describe how strong this little girl is. She is a sweet, happy, loving and smart child. When she was diagnosed, we were told that there’s no guarantee for survival but she is still here with us even without the surgeries so we will fight for her no matter what.

I always tell Anika that I will give her much of life as I can. I want to do it so bad but I need all your help to give me a chance to do it. Please help me save my daughter. She is only three years old and could dream of only small things. She is too young to imagine all the struggles that await her. The world is too rich to take this child’s dream. I am knocking to your hearts to help us in this endeavor. To those who want to help, thank you so much on behalf of our entire family.

Please help us pray for Anika. Thank you to our families and friends who stand beside us. Special thanks to Dr. Nancy and Dr. Dorotan for trying so hard to help us.

Donate
If you would like to send a donation, you may deposit your cash donations to:

Banco De Oro (BDO)
Account Name: Anika N. Arjona
Savings Account Number: 0281005540
Branch: BDO SM Megamall B

Globe Gcash: 0906-9343359

You can also send PayPal donations by clicking the “Donate”

Let us know if you have made a donation so that we can acknowledge your gift. Please email us at heartsforanika@gmail.com

Thank you all for supporting our worthy cause because every child deserves a better life.

A little help can make a difference – KK2011