Help Cerebral Palsy affected children

by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help Cerebral Palsy affected children
Help cerebral palsy affected children
Help cerebral palsy affected children

Help Cerebal Palsy affected children

(Project # 39831 from Balajothi Centre for the Disabled)

Funding goal : $5000 / Funds raised to date : $285.15

Project report due date : Sep 8, 2021 / Report sent on Sep 1, 2021

 

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled is a registered charitable Trust, founded in 2004, located in Bengaluru, India.  We help and support children with special needs including those with autism, cerebral palsy, multiple disabilities and intellectully challenged, from underprivileged families.  The institution was started by the grandparents of a 100% disabled child.

Ramu (name changed) is a profound level multiple disabled child with CP, autism and is intellectually challenged.  He needs help in all bodily functions including eating, grooming etc.  With great patience and effort he is now learning to chew his food placed in his mouth by the caregiver.  Similarly brushing his teeth, bathing and all physical and mental activities require patient efforts since his CP disability hinders him from doing any of the above activities independently.  Without a doubt he is one of the most difficult children with a severe CP disability.

Balajothi thanks YOU, DONOR, for your generous donation of $285.15 raised todate for this noble cause, against the funding goal of $5000.  Please rest assured that every dollar you send is being used for the rehabilitation of such children.  Your donation is making an amazing difference in his life and others and we thank you for your sacrificial giving during this pandemic time. Thank you for your concern for this community of disabled persons which is ignored or forgotten by society.

Balajothi thanks GlobalGiving for bringing to the notice of humanity the existence of such disabled persons and helping their families through fundraising programs.

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HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN

(Project #39831 by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding target $5000 / funds raised to date $280.15

Due date of report : May 24, 2021 / Report sent on May 8, 2021

 

As you may be aware Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a non-progressive disorder that causes physical disability in development, mainly in the areas of body movement and control. It is caused by damage to the motor control centers of the developing brain and can occur during pregnancy, childbirth or after birth. Children affected by CP have problems in perception, communication, cognition and epilepsy. It also leads to musculoskeletal problems resulting in difficulties in movement and balancing.

Balajothi  is grateful to YOU,  DONOR, for your concern for the welfare of underprivileged special children.  We thank you especially for your sacrificial donation of $285.15 todate, despite the economic difficulties in these COVID-19 pandemic times. The project has a funding goal of $5000 and we request your continued support to this disabled and neglected child. These funds are being utilized to provide therapy and rehabilitation to Krishna (name changed) who is a severely affected CP child.  As he is unable to walk our caregivers visit him at his residence and work with him.  

 

Balajothi thanks GlobalGiving for their support and guidance to this cause and for raising funds round the globe, even during this COVID-19 pandemic.  Thank you GlobalGiving !!

 

Project leader 

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN

(Project #39831 by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding target $5000 / funds raised to date $280.15

Due date of report : Feb 24, 2021 / Report sent on Jan 24, 2021

The Challenge

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a non-progressive disorder that causes physical disability in development, mainly in the areas of body movement and control. It is caused by damage to the motor control centers of the developing brain and can occur during pregnancy, childbirth or after birth. Children affected by CP have problems in perception, communication, cognition and epilepsy. It also leads to musculoskeletal problems resulting in difficulties in movement and balancing.

Your support

Balajothi  is grateful to YOU,  DONOR, for your concern for the welfare of underprivileged special children.  We thank you for your sacrificial giving of $285.15 against the funding goal set at $5000.  These funds are being utilized to provide therapy and rehabilitation to Ramu (name changed) who is a severely affected CP child (75 %).  As he is unable to walk our caregivers visit him regularly at his residence and work with him.  We are also planning to provide him with a wheel chair in order to take him out of his home for getting fresh air and to spend time in natural surroundings.

 

Balajothi thanks GlobalGiving for their support and guidance to this cause and for raising funds round the globe, even during this COVID-19 pandemic.  Thank you GlobalGiving !!

 

Project leader 

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN

(Project #39831 by Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding target $5000 / funds raised to date $270.15

Due date of report Nov 3, 2020 / Report sent on Oct 27, 2020

 

THANK YOU DEAR DONOR for your generous donation of $270.15 to date towards this worthy cause of helping cerebral palsy affected children.  Please rest assured that every penny received for this project is committed to being spent for this cause and every effort is being made to ensure that the beneficiary receives its benefit.  We are very grateful for your invaluable funding support which has made it possible to continue our efforts to help these special children from poor families, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. 

We hope and pray that you and your dear ones are safe from the Corona virus.  We continue to hope that the vaccine for its cure is found quickly and made available to people suffering throughout the world.

THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FOR YOUR SELFLESS AND SACRIFICIAL GIVING.  Your continuing support is very valuable and crucial for us to continue our work with the disabled community, especially the children.  We pray that the Almighty continues to bless you and your dear ones with good health and abundance.

We thank GlobalGiving for their endeavors to raise funds from across the globe in support of Balajoth’s various projects on their fundraising platform.  THANK YOU GLOBALGIVING AND MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND STRENGTHEN YOUR EFFORTS IN HELPING THE NEEDY AND SUFFERING HUMANITY !!

Project leader 

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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Report on ‘HELP CEREBRAL PALSY AFFECTED CHILDREN’

(Project #39831 from Balajothi Centre for the Disabled Trust)

Funding goal : $5,000 / Funds raised to date : $270.15

Project Report due on : Jul 28, 2020 / Report sent on Jul 6, 2020

 

As explained in the Project, Cerebral Palsy is a non-progressive disorder that causes physical disability in development mainly in the areas of body movement and control. It is caused by damage to the motor control centers of the developing brain and can occur during pregnancy, childbirth or after birth. Children affected by CP have problems in perception, communication, cognition and epilepsy. It also leads to musculoskeletal problems resulting in difficulties in movement and balancing.

Balajothi works with CP affected children providing regular physiotherapy and other activities which result in increasing flexibility of muscles.  We also educate & enable the parents to follow through the sessions at home. This project equips Balajothi Centre with the much-needed physiotherapy equipment & training aids for the program.

Neglect of a CP impaired child can lead to lifelong inadequacies impacting the child's life. Regular therapy & training sessions help the children lead near-normal lives. Failure results in tightening of ligaments & spasticity leading to permanent immobility. They are trained for: SELF CARE: bathing, toileting, dressing & grooming. MOBILITY: to safely and independently move around. Communication & Social Relationships: Child's interaction especially other people. Thus giving them SELF ESTEEM and independence in mobility.

Balajothi thanks YOU DONOR for your sacrificial donations of $270.15 todate for this worthwhile cause, in spite of the stressful period of Covid-19 pandemic.  We thank you and commend you for your commitment and request you to continue with your generous donations even in the coming days.  Every dollar is being used for the overall training of these children from underprivileged families.  Slowly but surely you are making a difference in the lives of these children.  Thank you again.

Thank you GlobalGiving for supporting our cause through your fundraising efforts.  Your help and guidance continues to fortify and guide us against overwhelming odds.  Thank you once again !!

Project leader

Balajothi Centre for the Disabled
Love, Hope, Security
http://www.balajothi.org
https://www.facebook.com/balajothi.centre



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Balajothi Centre for the Disabled

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
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$285 raised of $5,000 goal
 
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