Our Dream Girl Foundation is meant to help underprivileged; the ones who are financially weak and don’t have access to any facility. Our Organisation is created for this noble cause and the members of our team work selflessly day and night to help poor people.
We believe that happiness doesn’t result from what we get, but from what we give. And therefore It is our pleasure to inform you that our NGO in Gurgaon, DREAM GIRL FOUNDATION has successfully sponsored the 4 chemotherapies of Naitik which costed around Rs. 2-3 Lacs.
It was one stormy night in November 2016 when Naitik, Son of Bharam Singh and Chandini Singh got excruciatingly feverish. Since Naitik’s father was an alcoholic and unemployed, Chandni alone took Naitik to Saroj Hospital, Rohini. Doctors kept running tests for more than a month and found out the possibility of blood cancer. From there Naitik was transferred to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital where it was confirmed that he was suffering from Blood Cancer. This news shattered Singh’s family. They had very little money left as all their savings had exhausted in admitting Naitik in those two hospitals and getting all the tests done. But our NGO, Dream Girl Foundation came to Naitik’s rescue despite being aware of the fact that we didn’t have enough funds and resources.
At one point Dr. Anupam Sachdeva of Sir Ganga Ram Hospital who is currently treating Naitik even said that every moment Naitik is not getting his chemotherapy done, he is inching towards death. The doctors at the hospital were worried that Naitik might not make it. But today Naitik’s treatment is progressing. And this is due to the immense efforts and support of Donors like you only that today we are sharing yet another success story of the boy named Naitik. Today many children are treated and fully cured with the help of our NGO which is supported by donors like you. We really feel proud and privileged that in our country we have people who care for such needy children.
Let’s keep working together by continuing to support our cause for which we care so much.
“To ease another’s heartache is to forget one’s own.” ― Abraham Lincoln