Every $5,000 Provides Life-Saving Surgery for Vulnerable Children
Each year, we receive hundreds of requests from desperate families with infants who have been diagnosed with life-threatening congenital or acquired disorders. Delight relies on kind contributions from generous people like you to save the lives of these children.
Thanks to partnerships DCHRI has established with children's hospitals worldwide, the cost of these life-saving medical procedures are always below market prices. On average, it costs $5,000 to deliver a surgery for each child, split between direct surgical costs ($2,500) and logistical and post-surgery costs (also $2,500).
Sponsorship opportunities start at $10, and all online donations are processed securely via PayPal. The donation process is as follows:
You Sponsor a Child
When you choose to sponsor a specific child, we try and make sure your contribution goes towards saving that child's life. Any extra funds we receive are used to saving the lives of other needy children.
We Deliver the Surgery
Once we have the funds required, the relevant medical procedure is performed at the earliest possible opportunity. The child also receives post-surgery support to facilitate complete recovery.
We Keep You Updated
You may opt into our regular child-specifc updates on recovery progress. Donors may also correspond directly with the child's family or even ask us to arrange an individual or group visit.
Please browse the profiles of children who urgently need life-saving surgery and choose a sponsorship amount.
Bridget Mwebesa was diagnosed with a congenital heart shortly after birth. She has been booked for surgery at Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital in India.
Phoebe Afayo was diagnosed with multiple heart serious conditions and underwent her first of two surgeries on September 4, 2015. Her second surgery is as critical as the first.
Boniface Emochu was diagnosed with advanced inguinal hernia. He has been booked for surgery at Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital in India.
Gladys was diagnosed with infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis in October. She is slated to receive surgery at Nairobi Hospital in Kenya.
Doreen Magoba was diagnosed with congenital cataracts and two other serious congenital disorders. He will receive cataract removal surgery in India.
Barbara Ayebare needs to receive catheterization and surgical repair in Israel where her first surgery was performed. She also has William's syndrome.
You may also contribute to a vulnerable child's surgery and recovery by signing up for our upcoming Rwenzori Hike in March or August, 2016. Please email our Giving Office at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your slot. For information on our other programmatic interventions, please call our information desk on +256-392-176504, or view our publications using the link below.Next Page