Udupi: Rs 20 lac in ten days : Neville's family thanks Daijiworld readers


by Walter Nandalike
Editor-in-chief
Daijiworld.com

Udupi, Sep 1: When it comes to helping the needy and the less fortunate, daijiworld readers have always shown utmost care and concern towards the suffering members of the society by readily springing up with donations without limiting their largesse to specific castes, creed, language, religion, or regions. Here is another example of exemplary response by Daijiworld readers who large-heartedly rushed to the rescue of Neville Fernandes' family, within days after an appeal was published on daijiworld.com barely ten days back.

Neville, the lone breadwinner of his family, had suffered massive stroke and as a consequence, had become paralytic, leaving his wife and three daughters in deep pain and shock. Positive attitude of his wife Laveena, and his brothers and sisters who stoutly stood by Neville, have given rise to positive vibes, and as a result, Neville has begun to show positive signs of recovery slowly from a situation where it looked impossible at one stage.

After getting treated in AJ Hospital Mangaluru for over 40 days, now Neville has been taken back home. An amount of over Rs 20 lac received through Laveena's account not only has given the family newfound confidence and courage, but has also kindled a ray of hope in Laveena's mind about better future prospects for her children and husband.



"I was feeling all alone and dejected at this time of crisis. Neville's brothers, sisters, my family members and everyone else tried their best to console me and instill courage and confidence in me. But I was devastated at the thought of the bleak future of Neville as well as my children. But now, I do not know how to thank you people for helping me from all corners of the world. People who do not even know me or my family have extended help gracefully. No caste or religion have stood as barriers for the generous donors in coming to my rescue. This shows that we all belong to one religion that is humanity. With my folded hands, I thank each and everyone from the depths of my heart for reaching out to me during the extremely hard phase of my life. Throughout my life, I will be praying for each and everyone of you, no days will pass without thanking and praying for each one of you. Daijiworld played the role of a big samaritan in my life. I cannot even imagine about my life without my humble appeal having been published through Daijiworld,...." Laveena, who was looking much better than she was about ten to twelve days back, described, with tears welling her eyes.

Daijiworld had published the appeal on August 21, 2016. The amount received in Laveena's account has crossed Rs 20 lac as at Aug 31, 2016. Contributions have come from all corners of the world, directly into her bank account.

"Apart from extending help monetarily, several people called me over phone and enquired about Neville's health. They offered prayers for him and asked us to contact if they need any further help," she said in a voice choked with gratefulness and relief.

Neville is on wheel-chair now, he is undergoing physiotherapy sessions everyday and a male helper is appointed to help him as Laveena alone cannot handle him physically.

Three kids of Neville and Laveena speak only through their eyes, which are brimming with a feeling of gratitude and thankfulness.

Daijiworld.com hereby gratefully acknowledges the help readily extended by all those who responded to this and other earlier appeals and brightened up lives of the suffering. During the last several years, you have been responsible for generating over Rs 11.5 crore for extremely needy people. We feel humbled and contented at the realization that each and every rupee of yours has reached the needy's account directly, and not through any middlemen.

Hope we will continue to reach out to the needy in the coming days too.

May almighty bless us all.

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Comment on this article

  • Abdul Abdullaha, Assam

    Fri, Sep 30 2016

    Great job Guys.May God bless you all.

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  • A. S. Mathew, U.S.

    Sat, Sep 3 2016

    Great Good Samaritan role of the Daijiworld would be honored by the Almighty GOD and the donors will be blessed by GOD.

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  • albert sequeira, Bondel, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 2 2016

    Thank you Daijiworld for doing great work towards needy people. Keep it up God bless your work abundantly. - Albert

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  • J.F.D SOUZA, ATTAVAR,MANGALORE

    Fri, Sep 2 2016

    Navilles family deserves this help. One has to thank Daijiworld who is doing great job in helping such grave cases. Rs.20 lakhs is not a small amount. This great work from Daijiworld needs to be appreciated.

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  • Vasant Raj, Mangalore / Abudhabi

    Fri, Sep 2 2016

    Daiji readers are great....secured feeling in my mind...who knows, tomorrow anything happen to anyone..Daiji readers will not leave any one to suffer...once again kudos to all helping hand..may god bless you all..

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  • ROSHAN RAKESH DSOUZA, URWA / DOHA

    Fri, Sep 2 2016

    HATS OFF TO WALTER NANDALIKE & TEAM DAIJI...GOD BLESS....GREAT JOB.... " WE CANT HELP EVERY ONE...BUT EVERYONE CAN HELP SOME ONE"
    "LITTLE S OF WATER MAKES A MIGHTY OCEAN"

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  • Mohammed Shanawaz, Kasaragod

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Great support
    I pray for the entire donors and the patient may the almighty bless them all.
    It's my humble request for all the donor one of friends father is also in ICU and he is ventilation his details are given in the CHARITY coloum named 'MOHAMMED BASHEER KHAN' his son is an physically handicapped and he is only the breadwinner for his family so I request all to help him Allah give you the best in the favor

    Thanking you

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  • Alwyn Crasta, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Daijiworld family has once again proved that, even though we may be divided by religious beliefs, caste, status, difference of opinion, etc., "At the end of the day, Daijiworld family is one".

    Wishing Neville a speedy recovery and may God bless him and his family.

    May God continue to bless Daijiworld family and its wonderful mentors and motivators, none other than the incomparable Walter Nandalike and his team.

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  • Santosh,K, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Great JOB keep it up.

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  • vikram, Dubai

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    THIS IS CALLED NOBLE DEED...LONG LIVE DAIJIWORLD...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Nashville

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Praise the Lord ...

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  • manglorean, kulshekar

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    great and god willing act by daiji and a humanitarian act by all donors, many people have no houses, some find it difficult to get their children settled, request daiji to start some good gesture for other needs too

    god bless u all for the good work

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  • Cyril Vas, Loretto

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Wonderful work by Daijiworld and very generous response by all the donors who contributed directly to the needy family. How wonderful is our human community. This is what it should always be. May God be praised for all good-hearted and generous people who do not see caste or creed but only humanity while contributing to the needy. God will reward each of you a hundredfold for your generosity.

    Congratulations, Mr. Walter and the Daijiworld Team. Your transparency has attracted millions across the globe.

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  • b.s.badrinarayan, bangalore

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Great JOB done by Daijji

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  • Alfred Dsouza, Bendur

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Absolutely superb charity promotion by Daijiworld. Keep up the good work so that our needy brothers and sisters can take a second chance in life. God bless.

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  • PETER (CANSAULIM), GOA

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    THANKS & GOD BLESS TO DAIJIWORLD TEAM FOR DOING SUCH A GREAT JOB TO HUMANITY. MAY THE ALMIGHTY BLESS YOU ALL A HUNDRED FOLD, ALSO BLESS YOU WITH GOOD HEALTH TO CONTINUE THE WORK FOR THE NEEDY AND DISTRESSED

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  • sandra dsouza, mumbai

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Great job Daijiworld. Get well soon Nevil. God bless u and ur family.

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    I congratulate Mr. Walter Nandalke's efforts and initiative towards the needy! He is a great personality reaching the most needy. Hoping for the speedy recovery of Neville.

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  • Sarfaraz, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Well done Daijiworld..God bless all

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  • Judith L, mumbai

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    So heartening to read the recovery message and help received. Prayers for Neville to recover fully.
    Cheers to all donors.
    Seeing the list of members who have received help is remarkable.. Daijiworld simply rocks.
    Keep up the good works Daiji. We are happy the amount is actually reaching the needy irrespective of religion.

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  • taurojohn, mangalore/malad

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    God bless all the Daijees who showed their love by action. We pray for speedy recovery of Neville's and betterment of his family,May God grant strength to Laveena to carry on life to support the family.

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  • Ashok, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Good Job..Keep it up..Work towards social cause.

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  • Declan, Mumbai

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    With the generosity of DW donors and the very noble and compassionate work of the DW team headed by Mr. Walter Nandalike miracles do happen !

    God bless all.

    We pray for Neville's recovery and for strength for his family to deal with these very tough times.

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  • Mario, Goa

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Good Work Daijiworld..Keep it up and God Bless you all.

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  • RAZAK, Nitte/ Kuwait

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    only in Daiji the donations goes to right hand without middle man.

    Dear Daiji Team..

    may God protect ur entire team.

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  • nisha, kuwait/mangalore

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Happy to see a gesture of love & care.... helping one in secret way is greatest blessing...Wishing all good blessing for whoever helped....God bless your family Lavina and your daughters bright future...

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  • YOUSUF K, BANGALORE

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    As usual you are helping mankind...Jai Daiji..The readers of Daiji like family members always there for good cause

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  • Praveen, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Good work done by Daiji world team. Irrespective of caste and creed, you have stood with the people during their bad times and extended great help.Thank you and God bless you in abundance. I pray God that Neville recovers soon and live a happy life again with his family.

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  • VM, Udupi

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Karavaliyavara ee spandana, prethi mathu Sahakara amara vagali.

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  • J Dal, BVR

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    What a fantastic deed towards the humanity....

    though the daiji readers have differences of opinion on political, religion, or caste based articles or news but when it comes to the humanity kind of work we all forget everything and united to help each other ..

    Let the humanity lives with everyone every time
    GOD BLESS ALL

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  • Mother, Kuwait

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Good job Daijiworld reader and the generous people. God will bless u all abundantly.

    Wish u speed recovery Mr. Neville.

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  • Ramesh S, MANGALORE

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    ..well done DW..God bless all..let us pray for his early recovery..

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Great work Daiji & donors. May God bless your Generosity. Get well Soon Neville. Laveena may God Almighty will bless you and your family abundantly and Neville will be fully recovered.

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  • KRPrabhu, Kudla/Bluru

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Just another miracle like many by DW...
    Through its generous readers.
    Complements to DW...

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  • KORWA MANGALORE, MANGALORE.

    Thu, Sep 1 2016



    WELL DONE DAIJIWORLD.

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  • PARIPOORNA TRUST, BAJPE - MANGALORE

    Thu, Sep 1 2016


    GOOD JOB DAIJIWORLD.

    ALL THE NEST.

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Its a good feeling. Hope Neville gets back on his feet soon. Glad that the girls don't have to discontinue their studies due to their father's illness.

    Lets promise to be there for all those in need, certainly without discrimination, may it be caste/creed/religion. Because, God forbid, it could be us in Neville's shoes someday.

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  • William D'Souza, Mangalore

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    UNDOUBTEDLY, DAIJI IS DOING A GREAT JOB SCRUTINIZING THE CASES AND THEN ONLY PUBLISHING... AND FUNDS DIRECTLY GOING TO THE BENEFICIARY.... OUTSTANDING DAIJI...

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  • vikas, dubai

    Thu, Sep 1 2016

    Daijiworld readers are like a family member and always there for good cause, no matter difference of opinion always there while writing comments, but end of the day they are one, This is what we Indian, rich in culture

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