Please Help Elisaveta Live

Published on December 12, 2017, 4:54 pm
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Dear Readers,

Please Help Elisaveta Live

We are writing with a request for emergency help to Elisaveta, whom we at The Bronx Daily know personally, and who has been paralyzed from the waist down for 21 years now, since after an unfortunate fall from a tree on December 22, 1996 in her native Sofia, Bulgaria.

Elisaveta is in need of an emergency life-saving cervical vertebrae surgery under the initial trauma in her spine, because she has developed a hepatoma disorder in the spinal canal of her spinal cord.

Without this surgery, Elisaveta will die at the first voluntary or non-voluntary sudden movement of the neck, leading to paralysis of the airways and death from suffocation.

We ask you to please help raise the funds to cover the cost of the titanium plates and stabilizer lesions that are about $5,500. This amount is impossible to be covered by her elderly father (her mother recently passed) and by Elisaveta, who lives on the equivalency of a $120 per month state pension.

The operation will be held on December 20th at the University Hospital “N. I. Pirogov”, Sofia, Bulgaria.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts, every help matters, no matter how small or big it is.

There are two ways to donate. The first one is a wire transfer to Elisaveta’s bank account below. and the second one, maybe the more convenient one, is sending your donation to her PayPal e-mail address, also below.

Central Cooperative Bank
Sofia, Bulgaria, European Union

BIC/CWIFT CODE: CECBBESFXXX
Account: BG85CECB97901076946100
Account holder: Elisaveta Petrova Chipilova

PayPal e-mail: echipilova@abv.bg

Elisaveta’s telephone: +359-886-199-188

 

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