A nine month baby girl is fighting for her life after she was badly scalded by boiling water at her home in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur.
Born to Indian parents, Ravneet Kaur has undergone at least three surgeries since being admitted to the General Hospital Kuala Lumpur (GHKL) two weeks ago.
It is understood that some generous donors had come forward with donations when they heard of the baby girl’s plight.
Sikh Welfare Society Malaysia (SWSM), Santana Riderz Mc and Asia Samachar has launched a joint donation drive to support the mother who is facing mounting bills.
“We will help to coordinate the donation collection process to ensure it goes to assist the baby girl,” SWSM secretary Charanbir Singh Aujla, who is the point person for the case, tells Asia Samachar. “We are also seeing what other assistance the mother and baby will require. They will need longer term help, including possibly sending them back to India.”
Donors are encouraged to direct their donations to the Sikh Welfare Society Malaysia (SWSM)-Santana Riderz Mc-Asia Samachar donation drive to ensure transparency and proper and timely release of funds for the baby girl.
A coordinated collection of donation will ensure long term assistance for the baby girl. It would also allow the team to advise when the collection efforts ceases.
SWSM Account Number: 8001216563
Receipt: For receipts, Whatsapp banking slip, indicating funds for ‘Ravneet ICU HKL Case’, to +6016-2789964. SWSM will issue the receipts. All donors are requested to send the banking slip.
Note: Donors can contact SWSM team members listed below to collect the funds from you
Charanbir Singh Aujla (SWSM secretary) +6-016-2789964
Sukhdev Singh Kailay (SWSM committee member) +6-019-3196939
Jaspal Singh (Santana Riderz Mc president) +6-019-3774971
Jagjit Singh(Santana Riderz project director) +6-016-3712240
Update: Asia Samachar will publish collection/payment updates from time to time
UPDATE (18 FEB): THE DONATON DRIVE HAS BEEN STOPPED. SEE Overwhelming response for Baby Ravneet
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