Charity Fund "Social Partnership" continues to acquaint you with our beneficiaries with heavy fates. One of them is amiserable paralyzed old woman Marina Kapanadze.
She’s an emotional, kind, sensitive to any manifestation of attention and careelderly woman. She cannot hold back the tears when he recallsher youth...
She was born in Tbilisi, he started a family and worked at the Ministry of Communications. Two years ago all her usual active life abruptly ended: she had a stroke, and it paralyzed her. Her left arm and leg are paralyzed, she is unable to get out of bed, and this unfortunate old lady does every movement with great effort. From independent woman, accustomed to care for herself and to help others, became a paralyzed, bedridden woman!
"The only thing I dream of is to get back on my feet and not to be a burden for anyone," - said Marina wiping tears.
She has no means for treatment. She eats once a day when kind people bring her food from the free canteen for socially unprotected citizens.
Marina lives in such conditions that it is terrible to imagine! The house is in disrepair, the walls are destroyed, the ceiling and the roof are rotted and in some places they have collapsed. Instead of doors in the doorway of her room there is a tacky old blanket, but it doesn’t hold back wind and cold! It is damp and uncomfortable here even in summer. And Marina is afraid that he will not survive this winter!
She badlyneeds medicines, food, toiletries, warm clothes and a heater!
Our Foundation "Social Partnership" appeals to you, to all who are not indifferent to people, with a request to provide all possible assistance to the seriously ill old lady!
If you have an opportunity to help this deeply unhappy bedridden old woman to survive, who lives in inhuman conditions, you cantransfer for her money, on the account of the Fund GE15TB7194336080100003 or GE64BG0000000470458000 (destination: Marina Kapanadze) or pay directly from our site https://fsp.ge/en/donate/155/
We have already
helped many unfortunate people! Let us support this poor old woman too,
because no one is safe from unfortunate fate and lonely old age! And, who knows, maybe sometimes we shall need
help from strangers!