Given the pandemic situation, Operation Blessing’s Medical Mission and Assist Program reinforced and continued its vital work to make healthcare accessible to poor patients at a certain level.
Cromwell Go is a diagnosed case of Chronic Kidney Disease and had been in dialysis since 2013. OB was able to help him with 16 sessions of dialysis, laboratory diagnostics, and two months of medicines.
“We are forever grateful to Operation Blessing Foundation. You’ve helped us a lot especially during this pandemic that we have no source of income. The medical assistance you gave my brother is too much blessing for us. To the entire OB team, God bless you a thousand-fold!” Churhces Go, sister of Cromwell, says.
Currently, the patient and his family are being visited by OB’s church partner weekly to comfort them in prayers and encourage them by sharing the Gospel. One of the family’s prayer requests is to find a church where they can be discipled.
In different areas across the country, we do everything we can to give people with great need for medical assistance a healthy start in life by providing them access to healthcare. The goals we have set ourselves are not easy. But, with the generous support of our partners and donors, we have the audacity to say it is possible.
If the health issues are ignored and left unaddressed, the health situation of our impoverished kababayans will only deteriorate further causing tragic deaths which could otherwise have been saved. It is now our responsibility to come forward and extend our hands to give them a ray of hope for a new life.
Together, with your support, we can help as many patients like Cromwell. To send your donations, you can message our Facebook page or contact us at 0939-921-5543. For partnerships and donations, visit https://www.obphil.com/home/be-a-partner/.