Vinay is just 26 years old. Unfortunately, Vinay has been diagnosed with end-stage renal disease and is on Maintenance Hemodialysis (MHD) since August 2013. He has been advised for renal transplantation. Right to Live is raising funds for his treatment. Currently, he is unemployed due to his health condition, which has made it difficult for him to arrange funds for his cure.
He is living a painful life for the last five years. Every alternative day he must undergo dialysis and Vinay’s mother is already struggling to pay for his treatment since they have exhausted all their saving.
Vinay family consist of his mother and an elder brother. But his brother is staying away from his family. Vinay’s mother who is 56 years old is the only breadwinner of the family and is working at a garment company as a helper; her monthly income is rupees 7000 only.
Vinay was working as a tower technician for the past five years, but due to his medical condition, he has stopped going for work.
His mother is struggling to make ends meet.
His mother is ready to donate her kidney for him, and luckily for Vijay, the DNA tests were positive, and his mother's organ is a match.
Kidney transplantation can help Vijay lead a healthy life, and he will be able to go back to work. Manipal Hospital has given an estimated cost of rupees 8,97,000/- as Vinay’s family is poor.
They applied for the PM relief fund, and they got approval for rupees 3,00,000/- lakhs. However, they still require 5,97,000/- for Kidney Transplantation.
How Right To Live is Helping:
As per our background verification, Vinay's mother cannot afford the cost of his treatment. We at Right To Live are trying to do our bit by raising funds for his cure. We request you to come forward and support Vinay for his treatment to help him get back to healthy life.
Remember that 100% of your donation goes for Vinay treatment. Since trustees cover the administrative costs, 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 patient's hands and complete transparency is maintained