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Pomogi.Org Internet Charity Foundation

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Emergency aid

The project «Emergency aid» aims to deal with issues of «life and death» that can’t wait, because any delay of help can lead to the tragic results. Your support of this project can dramatically change many lives.

Miroshnikov Arseny, 6 years old

Diagnosis: cerebral palsy, dislocation of the hip joint, Diemond-Blackfen anemia. In order to operate the joint of a child with such a set of problems, it is necessary to fulfill many conditions: a special surgery room, where there is everything to cope with blood loss, the experienced surgeon, who is able to minimize the blood loss to, finally, the post surgical period is very important, when the boy will get blood transfusion and have restorative treatment. In Russia there are no such conditions in any hospital. There are in Germany, but the treatment is expensive. The surgery is paid for and will be held on July 2. The urgent assistance to pay for the recovery period of 9500 euros is needed.

Shapochkin Nikita, 7 years old

Diagnosis: Cystic fibrosis. Nikita has to be treated with the antibiotic ’Colistin’, since his lungs are contaminated with the infection that destroys the lung tissues of a patient suffering from cystic fibrosis. The required amount of the drug will cost RUB 258 600. Nikita's family does not possess such a sum. They need your help urgently!

Success stories

Peter Makeev, 6 years old

Diagnosis: congenital spinal hernia. It is difficult for Petya to walk and most of the time he spends in the wheelchair. A complicated diagnosis and surgical treatment that he already underwent force the child to take the special position, so it’s hard and painful for him to sit in the standard wheelchair, that the boy received. A wheelchair made by individual order, costs 251,700 rubles. But only it will give the child comfort, safety and the opportunity to become more independent. His parents do not have that kind of money. Your help is needed!

Sharapudin Abdulaev, 6 years old

Diagnosis: bladder exstrophy. It is a congenital malformation of development, in which the position of the internal organs is disturbed and in which the life of the patient turns into a constant struggle with complications. Will the boy’s life be full, now depends on whether you help him. A Serbian surgeon who specializes in the treatment of this disease can help the child. 7 surgeries, made in Russia, didn’t bring results. The treatment abroad requires 13,500 Euros, which the boy’s family does not have.

Tarakulova Aymira, 5 years old

Diagnosis: Congenital heart defect. If the girl were the citizen of Russia, she would already have undergone an urgent heart operation. But the family came here from the Kyrgyz Republic to save the child, so the operation will cost RUB 434 676. Aymira’s parents do not possess such a sum, so the procedure has been postponed for several times, while the functioning of the girl’s heart is being supported by means of medicines. We beg you to help pay for the operation.

Zolotukhin Kirill, 17 years old

Diagnosis: infantile cerebral palsy. Despite the illness, Kirill lives an active life: studying at school, doing sports and taking part in competitions, skydiving. And now, after the surgery, he has a chance to start walking. But for this, Kirill needs training on a special machine, that will train all muscle groups. Such a machine is too expensive for a boy’s family. We ask you to help to collect 98 000 rubles for its purchase.

About The Foundation

Pomogi.Org (“Pomogi!” means “Help!” in Russian) is the charity foundation officially registered in the USA and in Russia in October 2005. Pomogi.Org focuses on target-oriented programs, aimed at raising funds and collecting donations to be provided for those in need. Everything that you give goes directly to beneficiaries, whose stories are thoroughly verified.

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