She is a strong girl. She will win this war. May she get well soon.
hopes she recover soon
- What goes around comes around -
it is really sad to see a young girl (or anyone for that matter) suffering from such illness.
Lets all give support to her by attending the charity football match. The match is on Sunday at tampines stadium, and it cost only $10, and all fees are donated to her.
So who interested?
Many people will walk in and out of your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart.
To handle yourself, use your head. To handle others, use your heart.
stage 4 neuroblastoma..that is very serious.
i am spreading the word thru our website -
[Singapore] Spreading A Word: Help Charmaine Fight Against Neuroblastoma >> delicious post by The Banzai! Effect ( 万歳! エフェクト ) - Animes, Games, Figurines & Otaku Culture - Portal To Our Little Wonders
wow.. dream team is back.. minus the late towering "Russian Tank", Borhan Abu Samah... on the other hand, the celeb team is gna be really funny.. with sheikh haikal lol
hope i can make it.. any1 going?
Sad to hear this..
I'm attending if I'm free.
The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear.
All the best to a speedy recovery, Charmaine. God bless!
I can't do much cause me is only 17....
But I've put her up on my side widget in my blog.. 60~70 uniques per day not much but.. At least got help.
They stepped out and seek help. For Charmaine's case, their family actively seek help to raise this huge amount of funds to cure this poor little girl. Their friends and family actively seek help from the online community. When strangers got wind of the matter, they visited the site and are aware of the conditions and is charmed by the girl's fighting spirit. "Compassion" took over. We help whatever we can.
Yes. There are people who are in need of help. BUT if they never step out, who will know about their situation?
You look at newspapers, there are cases of very poor folks that got media's attention. What happened? Anonymous kind-hearted Singaporeans pour in whatever they can to help the people in need.
Are Singaporean's that cold? Comparing who should be helped and who shouldn't? >.<
My younger sister is growing up. A kid should have the chance to enjoy a happy, painfree childhood. She is 10 years old this year. For this reason, I feel that my sister is very fortunate.
Look at Charmaine, barely even 5 years old and she is going thru what even adults don't want to go through. >.<