Raised Percent :
19%

S$570.00

Raised of S$2,952.00

  • 163

    Days to go
  • 19%

    Completed

Campaign Story

Muhammad, 37 years old, works as a technician to support his elderly parents with a nett salary of $1,400. His Malaysian dad who was residing in Malaysia had his first stroke 13 years ago. As a result, he has been unable to work to support himself. Unfortunately, he has been unable to seek formal assistance to help with his daily living expenses back home. Muhammad’s Singaporean mum, used to travel frequently to care for her bedridden spouse. Muhammad then made the decision to bring his dad to Singapore so that he could take care of him together with his mum.

Some time early this year, Muhammad’s dad suffered a relapse and is fully on tube feeding now. Muhammad told us that while it has not been easy supporting his dad’s medical needs due to his residential status, it is his responsibility to support his elderly parents. Since his dad’s relapse, the family has also incurred debts with the hospital amounting to $4,005.65. Although the hospital has granted the family with an instalment plan over a year, the sole breadwinner shared that he has been struggling to cope with all the payments that he needs to make at the end of every month.

Ray of Hope would like to raise $2,952 ($492 x 6 months) to help the sole breadwinner defray his expenses for the following:

  • Dad’s medical expenses (Ensure milk supply and diapers) – $158 per month
  • Instalment payment to the hospital – $334 per month

 

*Muhammad is not receiving social assistance.

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Anonymous

Donated S$50.00 April 18, 2021

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Jo Lum

Donated S$100.00 April 13, 2021

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Anonymous

Donated S$10.00 April 13, 2021

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Anonymous

Donated S$100.00 April 07, 2021

You\'re a good soon to look after your dad. Praying for your family. From a lady named Rosie x

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Anonymous

Donated S$10.00 April 06, 2021

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Anonymous

Donated S$100.00 March 28, 2021

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Jo Lum

Donated S$30.00 March 28, 2021

On behalf of my late father Mr Lum. Have faith and keep going!

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Saiem T

Donated S$50.00 March 24, 2021

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Donne Lee

Donated S$100.00 March 24, 2021

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Anonymous

Donated S$10.00 March 23, 2021

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Scott Png Chang Liang

Donated S$10.00 March 23, 2021

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