Care Promise Welfare Society (Regd.) An ISO 9001-2008 Certified NGO
Working Since 2002 for
The Poor Cancer and Hepatitis Patients/ Women Victims/Poor
Students & Generating Awareness about Dreadful Diseases
Patient's Details: -Master Neeraj Kumar aged 12 years, a resident of District Kangra, has been reported to the society during one of our sentitization programme in a school in Kangra. He is suffering from Burkitts Lymphoma (Cancer of spine) and is being treated in PGI Chandigarh w.e.f. December 2013. The boy is slowly losing his control over the lower limbs and PGI Chandigarh has given an estimates of Rs. 3 lakhs (Rupees Three Lakhs Only) for his further treatment.
His father is a driver and has a large family of five members to support. It is therefore impossible for him to manage this much amount. The family is forced to spent some times as high as Rs. 7,000/- to 10,000/- PER DAY ON MEDICINES ALONE.
Residing in Delhi, When I came to now that I am suffering from cancer, lot of bad thoughts started haunting my mind including the future of my very young children who had already lost their father. With no money with me and the high estimates given by doctors for my treatment, the situation was turning to be worst. By the grace of God, It is at this stage that I came in contact with "Care Promise Welfare Society" volunteer through one of their school awareness programme (where my son was studying). They inspired me for life & assured me for my treatment and help. Today my treatment expenses are being paid by "Care Promise Welfare Society" including the further education of my son. For this I shall ever remain thankful to them.
Master Ravi Paswan
This is the case of Master Ravi Paswan, aged 11 years from Delhi, whose case was forwarded to the Society by Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya, Delhi (Govt. Hospital for children). He is suffering from APLASTIC ANEMIA (a disease of blood and bone marrow where chromosomes keep on breaking inside the body). The patient's family is extremely poor with practically no earnings. Our NGO is providing complete financial help for his treatment and medicines. However the hospital has stopped giving him medical treatment because the disease is now beyond their control and he has now been referred to AIIMS for further evaluation and treatment. The medical tests involved are very costly and require a lot of money which can only be arranged through donations.
About Care Promise Welfare Society
"CARE PROMISE WELFARE SOCIETY" (CPWS) is a National Level NGO. We are working for the poor & under privileged cancer, Hepatitis – B, AIDS, Swine Flu & Diabetic Patients. We are giving moral & financial support to enable them to fight against these dreadful diseases.
We started this non-profitable organisation on the philosophy that genuine results can come only when the feelings originate from the heart. We are lucky that all of our dedicated team members have this common characteristic. There is true sympathy for the people who come to us. Each one is willing to go out of their way to help.
Your Donation will be exempted under the Income Tax Act 1961, Section 80 G.
When a member of a family is gripped with cancer, the whole family is affected badly. Many times a patient can be saved by treatment but due to lack of money he loses his precious life.
In such situations and circumstances our society assists them financially, physically as well as mentally. But we feel that this is not enough until you join hands with us for their help.
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M. K. Dalei
I am a qualified computer operator, live in Gurgaon (HR) and was leading a happy married life with my family including a cute 5 years old daughter till 2010 but then my life suddenly took a turn for the worst when I was diagnosed with MULTIPLE MYELOMA (a type of Cancer). The medical treatment is very expensive and hospital has certified that I need Rs. 3 lakhs per year. Since then I am spending around Rs. 25,000/- per month on medicines alone. Not only I lost my job because of this dreadful disease but completely exhausted my savings. Education of my daughter and house hold expenses are being managed from the meager income which my wife gets by giving home tuitions.
At this stage I came to know about the good services of "Care Promise Welfare Society" who after evaluating my case decided to help me morally and financially. Because of this I am now not only regaining my lost health slowly but also able to pay for my medicines including the care of my daughter's education. I would say that but for the Society's help, my life would have become miserable.
Yagya Dutt Sharma
I am a driver by profession and live in Ghaziabad (U.P.) but lost my job soon after detection of SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA (Cancer of tongue) about one and a half year back due to bad habit of smoking bidi. My wife, two young daughters, paralytic father and a highly diabetic mother are completely dependent on me. While having no money for my own treatment, managing even two square meals for the family seemed to be a herculean task.
My case was fortunately referred to the "Care Promise Welfare Society" by one of the kind donors. The Society without waiting for the paper formalities came forward and started helping financially for my medical treatment and general family support. I wish that such Societies be given maximum donations for a noble cause so that persons like me can get medically treated and live a life of dignity.