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Ms.Preema C Pinto (17), Shaktinagar, Mangalore

Friday, April 11, 2014

Ms. Preema C Pinto (17), daughter of Tony Pinto residing at Shaktinagar, Mangalore has been diagnosed to be suffering from Aorta Arteritis. Father Muller Medical College Hospital, Mangalore, has diagnosed her condition and has referred the case to Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bangalore. Narayana Hrudayalaya has prescribed for a heart surgery which would cost more than 10 lakhs.

Though the patient comes from low socioeconomic status, her parents have spent more than 3 lakhs for her treatment to save her life. The disease has devastated the life of the girl at such a tender age. The family is in dire need for money to meet the cost. It has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
Account Holder Name: Preema C Pinto
Canara Bank account No:1819101031082
Pumpwell branch, Mangalore
IFSC Code – CNRB0001819
MICR Code -575015020
Contact : 91 95356 24543 (Tony Pinto)

Arpitha Shetty (24), ‘Shri Sathya Nilaya’, near Railway Station, Thokkottu, Permannur Post, Mangalore taluk – 575 017

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Arpitha Shetty (24), daughter of Vishwanath Shetty, residing at ‘Shri Sathya Nilaya’, near Railway Station, Thokkottu, Permannur Post, Mangalore taluk – 575 017, who holds MBA degree, has been suffering from chronic kidney failure. Kovai Medical Center and Hospital Ltd, Coimbatore, which has diagnosed her condition, has prescribed kidney transplantation, as her father, Vishwanath Shetty, has come forward as voluntary donor.

The hospital has put the total cost of surgery connected with transplantation at six to seven lac rupees, apart from lifelong maintenance medication cost of about Rs 8,000 to Rs 10,000 per month (which may come down in later years). Arpitha’s poor family was pinning lot of hopes on her to become economically stable, but the disease has robbed Arpitha’s dream of beginning her career in a human resource department of a private company. The family is thus in dire need for money to meet cost of surgery as above. It has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
SB account No:114900101002903
Arpitha Shetty
Corporation Bank, Thokkottu Branch,
Hariprasanna Complex,
Bhatnagar, NH 17, Thokkottu, DK.
IFSC No: CORP0001149
Phone: 91 89047 51519, 91 88677 65898.

Zerald Rodrigues (29),Uklady House, Ukkinadka post, via Perla, Kasargod district, Kerala

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Zerald Rodrigues (29), son of the late Sebastian Rodrigues, residing at House No. 10/72, ‘Holy Family’, Uklady House, Ukkinadka post, via Perla, Kasargod district, Kerala – 671 552, has been suffering from chronic renal failure and hypertensive retinopathy. K M C Dialysis Unit, Kasargod, where he has been undergoing dialysis twice a week, has recommended to continue dialysis till he gets kidney transplantation.

The hospital has certified that dialysis costs him about Rs 12,000 per month, while kidney transplantation would cost between eight and ten lac rupees. The doctors have recommended kidney transplantation for long time survival. Zerald also wants to get kidney transplantation. He has lost both his parents, and presently is under the support of brothers who have to shoulder family responsibilities too. As such, he has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
SB account number: 42132200077190
Zerald Rodrigues
Syndicate Bank, Perla Branch,
Kasargod district, Kerala.
IFSC: SYNB0004213
Phone: 089715 68063.

Moideen Kunhi U P (52), U G Gate, K C Nagara, Talapady, Mangalore – 575 024

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Moideen Kunhi U P (52), son of the late Abdul Kader U P, residing at U G Gate, K C Nagara, Talapady, Mangalore – 575 024, has been suffering from end stage renal disease. Father Muller Medical College Hospital, where he is being treated, has certified that Kunhi needs lifelong renal replacement therapy in the form of haemodialysis  thrice a week.

The hospital has certified that the above procedure costs around Rs 1,80,000 per year excluding medicines and investigations. Moideen kunhi has been unable to work because of his health condition, and his wife ekes out a living by rolling bidis. He has small children. Finding it very hard to maintain the family and get treatment for his ailment out of the family’s smallincome, Kunhi has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
SB account number: 120501011001977
Moideen Kunhi
Vijaya Bank, Talapady Branch,
Shri Ram Prasad Building,
Ferry Road, Talapady, Mangalore – 575 024.
IFSC No: VIJB0001205
Phone: 91 99026 98486

Lohith Shetty (20),House No. 2-17/1, Mallar Bettu, Shanthi Nagara, Kuchigu, Kavoor, Mangalore – 575 015

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Lohith Shetty (20), son of Nagesh Shetty and Sashikala Shetty, residing at House No. 2-17/1, Mallar Bettu, Shanthi Nagara, Kuchigu, Kavoor, Mangalore – 575 015, suffered multiple injuries in a motor bike accident at midnight on February 9, 2014. Since then, he is undergoing treatment at the medical intensive care unit of A J Hospital and Research Centre, Mangalore.

The above hospital, which has confirmed that Lohith Shetty is being looked after for the road travel accident injuries, has certified that about Rs 75,000 has already been spent for his treatment by the family so far. The family expects a further expenditure of two lac rupees in future. As the parents of Lohith are not keeping good health, and as Lohith, who was the breadwinner of the family has been bedridden, the family has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
SB account number: 134301011000876
Sashikala Shetty (mother)
Vijaya Bank, Kulur Branch,
national highway,Kulur
Mangalore – 575 013.
IFSC No: VIJB0001343
Phone: 91 91640 74045

Haseena (27), Nisha Manzil, Jyothi Nagara, Vamanjoor, Mangalore

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Haseena (27), wife of Farooq and daughter of Sheikh Abaa, residing at Nisha Manzil, Jyothi Nagara, Vamanjoor, Mangalore, has been suffering from cancer (Hodgkins Lymphoma). KMC Hospital,Mangalore, has certified that she has undergone three cycles of chemotherapy and that she needs to undergo five more cycles of chemotherapy.

The hospital has also certified that total cost of her treatment would be in the order of four lac rupees. Haseena's family is poor, and the family members are shattered over prolonged treatments and diagnostic procedures she needs to undergo. Haseena has two children to look after. As she has already spent whatever she could pool from her savings and help from others, Haseena has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
SB account number: 09662191005236
Oriental Bank of Commerce,
St Joseph Engineering College
Vamanjoor, Mangalore - 575 028.
IFSC: ORBC0100966
Phone: 91 89516 93767

Cicil Louiza Fernandes (39),No. 913-2HC, I Block, HRBR L/O Kalyanagar, Bangalore – 560 043

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Cicil Louiza Fernandes (39), daughter of S R Fernandes, residing at No. 913-2HC, I Block, HRBR L/O Kalyanagar, Bangalore – 560 043, has been suffering from a rare condition known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Plexus Neuro and Stem Cell Research Centre, Bangalore, has offered to put her through a programme of treatment in the form of Plexus Comprehensive Package Programme for around 10 hours a day. It has certified the total cost of 55 days programme (stem cell harvesting, stem cell injection, stem cell nutrition and intense rehabilitation programme) and follow up medication for three months, to be around Rs 9.7 lac.

Jerald Rodrigues, husband of Cicil, is very poor. He says he has already spent whatever he had, on various forms of treatment given to his wife so far during the last one year. The Plexus treatment has now come as a new hope and he wants to see his wife regaining her health through this method. As he Cicil Louiza Fernandes (39), daughter of S R Fernandes, residing at No. 913-2HC, I Block, HRBR L/O Kalyanagar, Bangalore – 560 043, has been suffering from a rare condition known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Plexus Neuro and Stem Cell Research Centre, Bangalore, has offered to put her through a programme of treatment in the form of Plexus Comprehensive Package Programme for around 10 hours a day. It has certified the total cost of 55 days programme (stem cell harvesting, stem cell injection, stem cell nutrition and intense rehabilitation programme) and follow up medication for three months, to be around Rs 9.7 lac.
can never ever hope of being able to meet exorbitant cost of this treatment, he has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank account details:
Bank account number: 64017954419
Cicil Luiza Fernandes
State Bank of Mysore, HRBR Lay Out Branch,
No 7M-218, 7th main, Bangalore.
IFSC No: SBMY0040586
Phone: 91 84537 91988

Gilbert D’Souza (48),residing at Door No. 1-70/13, Maria Prema Gudde, 37 Maroli, Padil Post, Mangalore

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Gilbert D’Souza (48), son of the late Albert D’Souza and husband of Selly Tellis, residing at Door No. 1-70/13, Maria Prema Gudde, 37 Maroli, Padil Post, Mangalore – 575 007, has been suffering from end stage renal disease since the last some years. Father Muller Medical College Hospital Mangalore has certified that he requires lifelong renal replacement therapy in the form of haemodialysis. It has further certified that cost of this procedure is approximately Rs 1,80,000.

Gilbert, who used to do painting work for a living, has two school-going children, and has been undergoing thrice-a-week dialysis procedure at the hospital. As his eyes have also not been functioning properly, he says it has become very difficult for him to work. He has spent all his savings on his treatment so far, and pins hope on help from kindhearted people for continuing his treatment. He has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank Account details:
SB account No: 0732/SB/01/009699
Selly Tellis (wife)
Corporation Bank, Jeppu Branch,
732, Jeppu Seminary, Jeppu, Mangalore.
IFSC No: CORP0000732
Phone: 91 89518 04220

Ashvitha (18), Mathada Gudde, Huloor village, Gurpur post, Mangalore

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Ashvitha (18), daughter of Jaya Jogi and Shobha, residing at of Mathada Gudde, Huloor village, Gurpur post, Mangalore – 574 145, has been identified to be suffering from eye related complication, diagnosed as chronic RD. OEU Institute of Ophthalmology, Manipal, an associated hospital of Manipal University, Manipal, has recommended RD surgery under general anaesthesia under guarded visual prognosis. The hospital has also put the total expenses connected with the surgery at about Rs 40,000.

The girl has also been diagnosed with thrombocytopenia (reduced platelets in blood) by Kasturba Hospital, Manipal. It has recommended further evaluation and treatment, and has estimated cost of treatment at around Rs 20,000.

The girl belongs to an extremely poor family and her parents have not been able to pool enough money to treat their daughter. Therefore, she has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank Account Details:
SB account number: 01242200072701
Ashvitha and Shoba
Syndicate Bank, Gurpur branch
Dakshina Kannada district, 574 145.
Phone: 91 99727 65675
IFSC: SYNB0000124

Khan Amir Basheer (22),Baith-Ul-Usman, Millath Road, Ambar, Mangalpady, Uppala, Kerala

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Khan Amir Basheer (22), son of Basheer, residing at Baith-Ul-Usman, Millath Road, Ambar, Mangalpady, Uppala, Kerala – 671 324, had met with an accident on June 13, 2008 after falling from a moving train. His right leg had to be amputated then because of extensive crushing injuries. Now, because of non-healing ulcer in his left heel, A J Hospital and Research Centre, Kuntikana, Mangalore, has recommended reconstructive surgery.

The hospital has estimated cost of reconstructive surgery under general ward at Rs 90,000.  Khan Amir Basheer is too poor to be able to meet this expenditure, and his family too is in no position to support him financially. As such, he has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank Account Details:
SB account No; 4672500101229301
Khan Amir Basheer
Karnataka Bank,
Mangalpady branch, Vaidyar Complex,
Kaikamba Junction, Uppala Post,
Mangalpady, Kerala – 671 322.
Phone: 09746 369069
IFSC: KARB0000467

Dayananda (42),Shale Padavu, Moodushedde, Mangalore

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Dayananda (42), husband of Yashoda, residing at Shale Padavu, Moodushedde, Mangalore – 575 009, has been diagnosed with Advanced Rectosigmoid Cancer. KMC Hospital, Attavar, Mangalore, where he has been undergoing treatment, has prescribed six months of chemotherapy besides surgery, with further follow up.

The hospital has estimated cost of these treatments at five lac rupees. Dayanand, who used to be the breadwinner for the family by working as a coolie, has now been bedridden. Dayanand’s wife, aged mother, and two children who attend government school, comprise the family. Sharada, wife of Dayanand, says that the family met the treatment expenses of her husband so far by availing help from relatives and friends, but that she finds no other avenue left to henceforth meet these expenses.  She has therefore requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank Account Details:
SB account number: 01072210009362
Yashodha Dayananda (wife)
Syndicate Bank,
Jayashree Gate Branch, Mangalore.
Phone: 9731416852
IFSC: SYNB0000107

Maxim D’Souza (49), Lions Nagar, Paduperar Post, via Bajpe, Mangalore

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Maxim D’Souza (49), son of Paul D’Souza and husband of Lidwin D’Souza, living at 2-120/4, Lions Nagar, Paduperar Post, via Bajpe, Mangalore – 574 142, Dakshina Kannada district, has been diagnosed with Chronic Liver Disease with portal Hypertension, Type 2 Diabetes, and hypertension now presented with diabetic ketoacidosis and Renal failure.  Father Muller Medical College Hospital, which had made this diagnosis, has recommended dialysis and MICU care. As per the estimate of the hospital, cost of treatment works out to about Rs 20,000. He may require repeat of this treatment frequently.

Maxim lives in a charity house, and was working as an auto rickshaw driver. He has a college-going daughter. The family has no other income to meet the medical expenses of Maxim. Finding no other alternative to fund the repetitive cost of treatment required by Maxim, the family has requested willing donors to extend possible help.

Bank Account Details:
SB account No: 143601011001400
Maxim D’Souza
Vijaya Bank, Bajpe Branch,
Kateel Road, Bajpe – 574 142,
Dakshina Kannada district.
Phone: 098802 58514
IFSC: VIJB0001436

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Meena V., MangaloreThursday, March 27, 2014
How does one join the Helping Hands Trust?
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Anilkumar, MangaloreTuesday, March 25, 2014
In case of kidney failure, finding a donor in India is difficult because of law which allows only close relatives or accident cases allowed. But in countries like Filipines, the law allows donors with no relationship. This can be explored when someone faces difficulty in India.
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vinaya, mangaloreMonday, March 17, 2014
Dear Daiji team, as suggested by many people,i request you to open an account which will help the people to transfer the money from India/abroad and will be easier for you to distribute among the most needy people rather than every individual transferring funds.Also, as and when people feel that they have to do some charity, so they can send to this amount to this single account in DAIJIWORLD name.
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Nrusinha charan padhy, GajapatiMonday, March 17, 2014
Please help/support to access charitable trust for truly helping in poor communities in rural areas.
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Pamita Pinto, Mangalore/ KuwaitTuesday, February 11, 2014
Dear Daiji Team, As requested by majority of the people, kindly open one single account to transfer money & distribute it according to ones needs. It will be a great support to people who wants to donate. Thank you.
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Melwin, MumbaiSunday, February 09, 2014
Dear Editor,
Excellent initiative taken to help the needy. I have gone through most of the comment. As most of them say to open a special account where money can be transferred and the needs of the needy can be met. If that is not possible.

Request you to add a ticker on your website against each person’s so that the Donors can understand through that ticker if the need is being fulfilled. As when the donor transfer the amount he can mention his name and the amount transferred. Where at the Grand Total the Donors can understand if the need is being fulfilled.

Just a example:
Mr. ABC (30), Andheri, Mumbai –

Ticker: Name ……………… Location ………… Amt Transferred…………. Grand Total (Amt Accumulated)……
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Rita, GermanyTuesday, November 12, 2013
Dear Daiji Team, kindly arrange the incoming charity Money in a fund and someone to have a correct distributing equally System to the more needed one first. This is i am saying because today as I called someone who distributes for the Person told me that as soon as the help is published in Daiji, sometimes Money pours in for certain People more than needed and other People less. and difficult to manage. So please do in this direction who can deal with Money honestly. Thank you.
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Mglor Y, Mglore/DXBTuesday, October 29, 2013
Dear Daiji Team
Humble Request : As suggested by many people Please open an Bank Account in Daijiworld name so that we can transfer some money as per our capacity whenever we want, instead of entering bank details of every individual who requires help since it take time for the process when it comes to online transfer.Keep up the good work
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aparimith, KUWAITTuesday, October 22, 2013
Daijiworld - When are you going to take the initiative to set up the account which most of the readers have suggested ? I would be the one of the first to prepare a standing instruction to my bankers for a monthly transfer.
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FR, Mangalore/KSASunday, October 06, 2013
@ Fathima Safida. May Allah bless you with good heath....... "O Lord of the people, remove this pain and cure it, You are the one who cures and there is no one besides You who can cure, grant such a cure that no illness remains".
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Ignatius, Shirva/ADThursday, August 08, 2013
i agree with jessy's sugession. because some people may get less amount what they required.Then it will not serve the purpose. you can appoint a reliable person to manage these funds. You can pay his salary from these funds
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JESSY, SHIRVA/ ABUDHABIMonday, July 29, 2013
Dear Editor in chief Walter Nandalike, we have been contributing towards the needs of needy. At times some genuine cases are overlooked since we do not know them. Kindly open a trust by the name of daijiworld and then distribute the money to the needy in time. The amount and the details of the person please publish along with the photograph of the needy. so that people may not doubt you.
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stephan, mangalore/ksaWednesday, June 12, 2013
good idea i will support u
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Arun L, MangaloreSunday, May 12, 2013
Kidney transplantation if you do in a private hospital might cost 10 lakhs. There are very good govt hospitals in Karnataka. Please refer the below article published onto daijiworld

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casilda Lobo, MangaloreSunday, April 14, 2013
Dear Friends,
Mr. Simon Lobo is from a poor family and deserving person as I know the family very well. Doctors have advised to transplant the
kidney,which costs Rs.10,00,000. So please help the family in this situation. Thanking you in anticipation for your kind help.
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Mrs.Divya, MangaloreMonday, April 08, 2013
Miss. Mohini case is very genuine and i know her family verry well.This family is strugling a lot to earn thier daily bread so please help them..........

Thank u all...
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Rolita, UdupiSunday, March 24, 2013
Daiji world is doing a vry gud job by helping those poor nd needy patients who r in need of financial support... By publishing d peopl's prblms it has bcme a means throgh which those who wish to help can reach to d needy... Nw a days as i hav observd cancer, chronic kidney disease,heart disease r inceasng nd d treatmnt cost is also vry expensive... Plz help these patients who needs continues assistance... Remember them in your prayers...
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WAZY D'SOUZA., MANGALORE/MUMBAI.Tuesday, March 12, 2013
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Raghavendra G, Hiriadka/ManipalWednesday, February 06, 2013
This column is more meaningful and well appreciated. Helps not only the needy but also creating an opportunity to the people for helping others. Congratulations
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rajesh, mulkiSunday, January 27, 2013
What has modern medicines and hospitals contributed to us..My own cousins are suffering from kidney problems and are undergoing dialysis from 5 or 6 years bearing so much pain and financial problems.looking at all these cases sometimes i feel that modern medicine has only prolonged our suffering ...and pain ...Hope all these people get well soon
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Karthik, Thursday, December 13, 2012
y its happening in poors life.they are nt able to face the situation .bkoz doesnt have a much money.god heal them.let this christmas brings happiness in their life.
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Molly Lobo, MangaloreWednesday, December 12, 2012
Dear Ben, what your right hand gives the left hand should not know.They also say that the more you give the more you would be blessed.
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Allan Pinto, MangaloreTuesday, December 11, 2012
Imagine if all of us could donate Rs 10/-each , how much of happiness we could have brought to these patients who are desperate.
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Kind Hearts, KuwaitFriday, December 07, 2012
Daiji world is doing really a good thing to help the poor and needy we appreciate their initiative
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ganapathi bhat, bejai, mangaloreSaturday, October 27, 2012
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Jack, Mlore DubaiMonday, October 08, 2012
Yes , very true. Daiji has done the needful now why does Daiji not set up a trust fund, employ retired personnel , philantropists who can identify , plan and disburse funds as needed. Where there is a (noble) will there is a way. Please Daiji, consider this ASAP.
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Maria, Monday, September 17, 2012
Shivani,May blood of Jesus cleanse your brain tumor. blood of Jesus heal her and restore her life, please help her jesus mother marry and all heavenly host cure her.
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Suleman, UdupiSunday, September 16, 2012
Stanley comments are well defined.
In this modern time,it requires transperent,well balanced and trust worthy charity.
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faheem tamboli, LATURWednesday, September 05, 2012
ALLAH will bless you with more health and wealth and prosparity in your life...
u r dng very gud job....masha-allah....go ahead...! jazak allah..!
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RONY CUTINHA, KuwaitSaturday, September 01, 2012
I am very happy with Stanley(Mangalore)his comment...If Mr:Walty if you will go ahead for that.....we will support you for that..but Money has to go for right person
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marie dsouza, mumbaiMonday, August 27, 2012
good comment by Venus, i too have done the same and no acknowledgment from any body. Venus I am a goan - your comment said all mangaloreans - let this option of given be any body. Hindu, Muslim, Catholic. We are all one in the eyes of God.What ever good is done is done for our people ie our brother and sisters.
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T.A.PALANI, CHENNAI/DUBAIFriday, July 20, 2012
I agree with Mabel Andrade's comments. Daijiworld should take initiative. Hats off to Helping Hand Trust. Please follow Ron of Karanatak's useful information. I pray to God to heal the above patients. May God bless all the patients for speedy recovery.
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mabel andrade, udupi/kuwaitMonday, July 09, 2012
Hats off to daiji for giving us news of the needy people. But i suggest daiji to open a bank account and whoever wants to help then can help to that account, since we do not know if the money we sent will be used for the real purpose.daiji can take initiative to find out if they are in need
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Ron, KarnatakaTuesday, June 26, 2012
I feel the patients must be introduced to more Economical Medical Practitioners & Hospitals. I see & read here people quoting in lakhs for certain surgeries. But i understand Narayana Hrudayalaya at Bangalore performs such surgeries much cheaper. Why not do it there. Why folks always rush to most expensive ones , & ask for help, I wonder. Certain adjustments should be done if things are to happen.
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Helping Hand Trust(mys), MysoreFriday, February 03, 2012
Helping Hand, is a public charitable trust - that helps people with genuine requests, within the available resources. We promise to every donor and ute that 100% of the donation will go to the needy without deducting any administrative costs. WE HAVE SENT (sent today)A SMALL AMOUNT TO EACH OF THESE PERSONS MENTIONED ABOVE.
- 'Get well soon' wishes from all our collaborators. (Our collaborators belong to all communities). And THANKS to our donors.
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William Dsouza, Uppinangady/DubaiSunday, January 01, 2012
Whilst I admire Daji's efforts in highlighting the needs of needy people, as an organisation perhaps Daiji is better placed to collect funds into a dedicated charity account and then disburse it. This way people like me will feel much assured that the remittances reach the needy on time and without any errors or misuse on the way....
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stephan, mangalore/saudi arabiaMonday, November 21, 2011
Dear friends i saw all of ur comments its realy great there is a good job from daijiworld
but iam surprised because i juswt saw that people givng only ideas and suggestion nobody said i will help financialy to themwho need help
one more thing iwant to tell my all freinds no need to paylacs of ruppes u just need to pay one indian rupee just imagine thereisa one crore people are there an u contribute one rupees per month u can collect one crore rupees per month and we can provide good health good education and other things those who are need
iam ready to contribute can u ready can u support me
just think only one rupees make different
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STANLEY, MANGALORE/MUMBAISunday, November 06, 2011




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Sheila, Mumbai/DubaiTuesday, November 01, 2011
Dear Daijiworld,
I have a small suggestion to make and if possible, maybe you shud start a fund/Bank Account wherein all Mangaloreans (rich or poor)contribute whatever they want. This way daijiworld can help the needy at the earliest as the money will be there in the so called fund/account.
We can transmit either by cheques/drafts or transfer.

I too have sent drafts in the past to some families thru the Money Exchange in Dubai but I do not know if these families have received my drafts as no acknowledgement recd. I used the addresses mentioned in Daijiworld.

God Bless
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Harsh Malhotra, Mangalore/New DelhiTuesday, October 04, 2011
Good initiative taken by Daiji World..Well-done..Superb..May be many more people will benefit from this column by one or another way.
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Simon Miranda, KiremBahrainMonday, September 26, 2011
Dear Daiji,
Thank you for your kind gesture of having a charity column.
I have a suggestion. In electronic money transfer, even if a spelling or a digit or space is wrong, I understand that money is not transferred.In the past I have sent money, but there is no way of knowing whether money is indeed received by the beneficiary or not, in which case, the the exchange thru which we send the money will be a big beneficiary. Could you please provide a tool, that atleast an acknowledgement is recd. thank you and God bless your works
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Venus D'Souza, Mangalore/DubaiThursday, September 22, 2011
Dear Editor,
Your initaitive to open the Charity column is highly appreciated. This will enable Mangaloreans worldwide to help their brothers and sisters in need. Please prioritise this column by featuring it in the Home page. It can be a 2 sentence for each case mentioning only the need and the progress. . This will motivate the donors to donate further when they realise that their funds have fulfilled the need of the afflicted.
May God shower his bountiful blessings on the Daiji Family.
Venus D'Souza
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Ronald Prakash D Souza, Mangalore/MumbaiWednesday, September 21, 2011
This is indeed a wise and good decision to have such a column like Charity, wherein the money sent directly goes to the concerned sick people only.
Well done Daijiworld. Keep up the good work and if possible try to highlight the plight of such people by recycling time and again, because we people tend to forget such needy people.
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FREDRICK TAURO, SHARJAHThursday, September 15, 2011
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Judith L, MumbaiThursday, September 08, 2011
I agree with Mr. Ben, each story for help should be repeated on the main page of Daiji website for atleast a week. Also, Daiji to inform us if the need of someone is fulfilled so that the money can be used for other beneificiary. Also, parishes to announce after mass the need for particular families so that funds can be generated with pay back facility when the needy can pay back after a period of time and the same money can be utilised for the need of other person, so that the cycle continues.
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Ben, MangaloreSunday, September 04, 2011
Dear Editor

You have done a good job by Opening a special column for help but trust me no one opens this column. Kindly publish their stories atleast one day on the main page for peoples attention so that the needy get some help. People come to you with great hope and if you can publish daily one story on the main page all people will get help

Till few weeks back i Used to read the stories of needy and since then i was looking for the columns and finally found it. people like me must be still searching for it

I know Mervin Delroy and his sickness. So far I Have helped him for more than RS 1 lac. He needs more.

Kindly publish his story on first page. According to the doctor if he is not treated on time he might loose his life because his body is not producing blood. The boy and the parents know the risk to the life but they do not have money. All relatives are spending money since last 15 years

My humble and sincere request to you and your good office to publish his request on the main page for a day and help save one precious life. God will bless you with more health and wealth and prosparity in your life

My contact numbers are
Email - Ash2107@gmail.com

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