unlimited happy endings …

This is one of a couple of charities I am donating monthly, it is so worthwhile and with many happy endings. Here is one of them:

Dear Tom,There wasn’t much hope for the little girl in the orange dress. 

Dr Levi said that even at 3 years old, Cesaria might never see. Children born blind from cataract must be treated early, and in his in experience in Cesaria’s home of Burundi in East Africa – blind children don’t survive past their 5th birthday. 

Cesaria’s chances were slim. But as you’re about to see in this remarkable video, it was a chance worth taking.

Before Dr Levi removed Cesaria’s eye patches, she started giggling – and that’s when we realised she could see underneath them. The operation was a success and the footage is amazing.

Fred Hollows once said “Africa is one of the reasons I became an ophthalmologist.” And thanks to you, his sight restoring work continues in Africa and around the world.This is one story you should see with your own eyes. Click here to watch Cesaria see for the first time in her life – and hear her giggle.

All of this is only possible with your support.

Thank you.

From all of us at The Fred Hollows Foundation.

 Please donate and pass to your friends.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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