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Gerald Zuhal’s GoFundMe
Two mango shoots coincide with his birth
Support his operation and recovery with a positive word, thought or prayer, and a donation at his Go Fund Me.
Gerald Zuhal Oliver* was born to Daniel & Sumra Oliver last Monday, 20 August. His four sisters welcomed him to their Lahore home with Qur-an recitations, smiles and kisses.
Gerald Zuhal’s third afternoon on this earth was spent recovering from an emergency surgical procedure to correct a potentially fatal birth defect. His mother Sumra’s vigilance was just in time to save his life.
Although Gerald Zuhal is now relatively stable under pediatric specialist supervision, the solution to his condition requires further tests, examinations, treatments and operations, according to his lead surgeon, over a span of 3-4 months.
Daniel’s insurance does not extend to Gerald Zuhal’s healthcare, so all treatment must be paid in full at admission or discharge. The reality of specialist care, even in Pakistan, is that it is expensive. There are few specialists of the type needed, and it was a mercy that he was in hospital rather than leave on the day of the operation.
The main goal of this Go Fund Me is to make sure baby Gerald can proceed with his treatment regimen unimpeded, for the sake of his health, and the happiness of his family; that family of course, is you, united with us in your faith and humanity.
*Gerald Zuhal takes his first name from his father’s father. Zuhal, his middle name, is an Arabic name of the distant planet Saturn.
WAYS TO HELP
- Donate. Even a small amount helps.
- Share. Share this GoFundMe on Facebook. Tweet about it. Repost this blog post.
- Reach out. Messages of support make a big difference.
- Pray. This isn’t in any of our hands.
on the second Day of Eid
on an ICU Table
I said my good Bye
*Please excuse & advise any mistakes in Qur-an recitation!
seen only once a year
rainy day blessings
Is it safe?
Are they racist?
Is there anything to do?
Hopefully we can use them for dye