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Campaign Story

70-year-old cancer patient, also the main caregiver to his special needs son in his wife’s absence

Mr Lim has two children from his current marriage, including a 10-year-old autistic son and a 14-year-old daughter. Mr Lim suffers from cancer and used to work as a part-time taxi driver. However, his license was retracted in November 2019 as he did not pass the eye test given his old age and he has been out of job since then. He currently sustains himself and the family by his monthly CPF payouts and SSO assistance. In view of the current financial state, he is unable to pay for the required amount and not able to bring his wife back. Mr Lim’s wife is an Indonesian and was the full-time caregiver for their two children. She had returned home in March to visit her father who was unwell then. Unfortunately, with the traveling restrictions in place, she is unable to return to Singapore until the restrictions are lifted.

Since his wife’s absence, Mr Lim has been having great difficulties managing his son who is diagnosed with Autism. He struggles with the boy’s tendencies to throw things down, choking the toilet bowl, cutting mats and urinating in the house. Mr Lim tries very hard to cope with these challenges despite his ill health. The 70-year-old is a nasopharyngeal cancer patient and suffers from hearing loss, diabetes and hypertension.

Ray of Hope would like to raise $2,200 to bring Mr Lim’s wife back home as soon as the circuit breaker restrictions for traveling are lifted. Payment will be made for the quarantine facilities ($2,000) and swab test ($200) in order for Mr Lim’s wife to be allowed to be back in Singapore.

 

*Mr Lim is currently receiving social assistance

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Donated S$100.00 October 08, 2020

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Donated S$70.00 October 07, 2020

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Donated S$50.00 October 06, 2020

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Donated S$50.00 October 05, 2020

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Desmond Liu

Donated S$50.00 October 04, 2020

Small appreciation. Thank you 😊 God bless

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Anonymous

Donated S$50.00 October 03, 2020

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Donated S$200.00 October 02, 2020

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Donated S$20.00 September 29, 2020

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Donated S$10.00 September 27, 2020

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Donated S$5.00 September 26, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$200.00 September 26, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$5.00 September 21, 2020

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Eric Tan

Donated S$100.00 September 18, 2020

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Donated S$50.00 September 18, 2020

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Saiem T

Donated S$30.00 September 16, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$30.00 September 14, 2020

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Si Xiang Lim

Donated S$20.00 September 09, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$10.00 September 08, 2020

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Aqualis Braemar

Donated S$50.00 September 08, 2020

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Donne Lee

Donated S$100.00 September 08, 2020

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Justin Ho

Donated S$100.00 September 06, 2020

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Ma Eliza Wijaya

Donated S$50.00 September 06, 2020

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Leticia Ching

Donated S$20.00 September 05, 2020

Jiayou Uncle!

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Benjamin Lee

Donated S$40.00 September 03, 2020

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Laura Schuster

Donated S$50.00 September 02, 2020

I hope it is soon she returns!

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Anonymous

Donated S$50.00 September 02, 2020

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Muhammad Nasruddin Bin Rahman

Donated S$100.00 September 01, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$70.00 September 01, 2020

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Ally Ow

Donated S$50.00 August 31, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$200.00 August 31, 2020

Uncle, jia you :) Ni ke yi de.

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Jessica Lim Xiu Yun

Donated S$10.00 August 31, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$10.00 August 31, 2020

Mr Lim, please hang in there!

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Jessie Tan

Donated S$50.00 August 31, 2020

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Anonymous

Donated S$200.00 August 31, 2020

I hope things will be better for you !!

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