They run a raffle to buy a walker for their child who has dysplegia

Since her son Ángel Gabriel Pérez was born 4 years ago, Ana Sánchez and her partner have struggled to pay for the therapies required by the disability that he suffers from two cysts in his brain.

For this reason, he held a raffle in order to pay for the treatment and buy him a walker that allows him to walk, since he has dysplegia.

“Ángel was born with 8 months and suffered a lack of oxygenation in the brain. This caused two cysts on his head, one affecting his eyesight and the other affecting his legs. He has psychomotor retardation with a leg diplegia, so he is still not walking. This has led us to have to follow various therapies. She has to go to the kinesiologist and the pool every week and we pay for everything privately, because we don’t have social work, ”said the mother, who said that her partner works in a bakery and the situation that is being experienced as a result of The pandemic has further complicated their economic situation.

The number costs $ 250 and will be raffled on June 19, through the afternoon pool and is in three figures.

Those who can collaborate should contact 2644749932 (Ana) or 2646273817 (Yohana), paying by market payment or by CBU savings bank 2850410440095335568518 Banco Macro, in the name of Ana Laura Sanchez.

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