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Save his life.

by nepal mary child help center
Save his life.


Bikram, a young man who spent his childhood at our orphanage, was recently experiencing blindness in one eye so we took him to a local clinic and they performed an MRI and CT and he was diagnosed with brain cancer. We are raising funds to help him with treatments and to lessen the pain and symptoms he is experiencing. As director of the orphanage I have know Bikram since he was a small child.He finished high school just 2 years ago and has been very excited about pursuing further education in IT

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He has been one of the kindest and most helpful children at the orphanage. When he was one of the older children, he always looked out for the younger children making sure they were safe when walking to school and playing with them when they were at the orphanage. We sincerely hope you can help us in raising funds to help this young man at this time. Thank you in advance for your generosity.


This project will raise funds to further diagnose, treat, and alleviate the issues and pain this young man is experiencing. It will provide hope for him as well as for his family at the orphanage who desperately want to do something to help him but can't due to monetary restraints. And it will show Bikram that people care at this very difficult time.

Long-Term Impact

Potentially Bikram will receive treatment and a diagnosis that will restore his health. And medicine to alleviate the pain and symptoms he is currently experiencing.



Organization Information

nepal mary child help center

Location: kathmandu - Nepal
Project Leader:
kopila kunwar
kathmandu, Nepal
$1,341 raised of $5,000 goal
11 donations
$3,659 to go
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