This page exemplifies the type of aid this organization will provide, what we've accomplished, and what we will continue to strive higher for. These cases will be continuously updated to provide donors with constant feedback


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SHEA Charity has received an urgent request for medical assistance in a case involving two brothers who were severely injured in a fire accident. Read the Sohan Borthers Story


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On August 5, 2019, the case of Shania Atiya Persaud was presented to SHEA and we gladly accepted.  Shania sustained third degree burns across 70% of her body when the home  where she lived  burned to the ground with her inside. Read Shania’s Story


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17-month-old Emmanuel Rampersaud was born with Anorectal Malformation (Imperforated Anus/No Anal Opening). Surgery was done at birth to place a Colostomy at his right abdomen, allowing stool to pass into a bag. Read Emmanuel’s Story


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magine being told that your young child is rapidly losing his vision, and will be blind in a few short months. Imagine being told that you will no longer be able to see your mother’s smile or all the beauties of the world which you have come to love. This is the reality of Safraz and his family. Read Safraz’s Story

 
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On June 12, 2019, SHEA received a heart wrenching plea for help from the mother of 11-year-old Joel Bedessie. Joel had been diagnosed with Wilms Tumor. Read Joel’s Story


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Gabriel, of region #9 Guyana, was born with a complete cleft lip and palate. In a plea for help, his mother explained that he is unable to eat with ease as his food gets lodged in his air passage, which is detrimental to his health. Read Gabriel’s Story


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Life for this beautiful young family was blissful. Unfortunately, they are now struggling due to a devastating car accident that caused Eric to become paralyzed. Read Eric’s Story


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Chitram Ayana (Vinesh) is a thirteen year old child who was diagnosed with cancer of the liver. His condition is critical and he is in need of urgent medical attention, which is not available in Guyana.  Read Chitram’s Story


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8 Year-Old Allisha Rahim was admitted to Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) Pediatric Oncology unit on January 30, 2018 after she was presented at the Accident and Emergency Department with complains of ankle pain, nausea and vomiting. Read Allisha's Story


At just 6 years old Chetram was a patient at the New Amsterdam Hospital, and during a trip to visit Chetram, his father was killed in a tragic motor vehicle accident, which took the lives of 12 individual.  Read Chetram's Story


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20 month-old Ranveer Oselmo was admitted to Georgetown Public Hospital’s burn care unit on 6th November, 2017 after he sustained deep second degree burns to 35% of his body. The accident occurred at home when he somehow found his way next to a kerosene stove and fuel spilled on him causing his body to catch on fire. Read Ranveer's Story


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18 Year-Old Tarik Paul was severely burned across his entire body during a bullying incident while playing with friends. He has since received some medical treatment, but due to the extent of his injuries, he must travel to the United States from his home in St. Lucia, for advanced medical care at an expense which his family are unable to afford. Read Tarik's Story


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As millions of women came together and marched in solidarity to protect our rights and fight for equality, this beautiful woman laid in a hospital bed with severe burns to her face and upper body, because her husband claimed ownership of her.  Read Shondell's Story


At just 16 months-old Ranie Roger's sustained serious burns to her head and face after a kerosene stove fell on her. Read Ranie's Story


On December 19, 2015, 6-year-old Shazim Samad was admitted to Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) with second and third degree burns to 40% of his body (lower anterior extremities and his lower posterior extremities). Read Shazim's Story