Life Free from Epilepsy
Life Free from Epilepsy
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Life Free from Epilepsy

The project is carried by
Started: 23.11.2023
Cherkasy region
Active
Still needed
15720.00 UAH
Funded
83%
Total goal
93600.00 UAH

Yegor loves to learn and experience new things. Sadly, due to recurring and debilitating epileptic seizures, he cannot develop like his peers. He cannot read, attend clubs or write letters to St. Nicholas. Yegor’s only wish is to recover.

Recovery is possible if the neurosurgeons at Kyiv’s Okhmatdyt manage to perform surgery. This requires special electrodes that are individualized. Temporarily, the state is unable to provide these supplies, and the amount of more than 100,000 UAH is unrealistic for Yegor’s mother.

We can help Yegor write a letter to St. Nicholas and get the gift he wants – a life free from epilepsy!

Full name: Yegor Shevchenko, 03.01.2014
City: Smila, Cherkasy region
Diagnosis: Focal epilepsy
ID: 9123

Your help is needed more than ever. Support the project to add some goodness to this world!

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12.04.2024 23:49
200.00 UAH
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31.03.2024 17:14
75.00 UAH
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29.03.2024 13:52
3705.00 UAH
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20.03.2024 00:56
300.00 UAH
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11.03.2024 13:22
2000.00 UAH
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