Help Shoba For Dialysis
Shoba was leading a happy life with her husband and her 3-year-old son until she came to know about kidney failure (in her case both the kidneys have failed). When her husband found out about the condition, he abandoned her (in her parents’ house) and married another woman.
Shoba, who is just 28 years old, is now a single mother, living in a rented house, with her old parents and her son. The unfortunate lady is basically from K R Pete Mandya District, Karnataka, where she was an agriculture labour and helped her husband in managing the household expenses. But after losing both her kidneys, she is not able to do any kind of work, nor does she have any other source of income.
Currently Shoba is undergoing dialysis thrice a week which costs around INR 750 per dialysis at Rangadore Memorial Hospital. She is left with no choice, but to approach others to meet her monthly expenses of approximately INR 16,500 just for dialysis and medicines. Life is a daily struggle for Shoba and like other kidney patients, she also faces a multitude of other issues, including reduced immunity, lack of energy, and other medical problems.
How Right to Live is Helping:
As per our background verification, Shoba is economically poor, and cannot afford the cost of her treatment. We, at Right to Live, are trying to do our bit by raising funds for her dialysis. We request you to come forward and support Shoba for her dialysis to help her regain her normal physical health.
Remember that 100% of your donation goes for Shoba’s treatment. Since the administrative costs are covered by trustees, we would not and do not use any part of your donation for anything else other than the patient’s treatment. The payment is only ever released to hospitals and not placed in patients’ hands and complete transparency is maintained.