Filipino in critical condition due to severe pneumonia, needs financial help
Filipino teacher Jazzer Cordero Abentong of Phadungvit School in Lomsak is suffering from severe pneumonia and is in critical condition.
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According to a Facebook post of Guylen Allibang, a friend of Jazzer’s mother, Jazzer is presently admitted at the ICU of Petchabun Hospital.
“His friends are presently watching him at the hospital. His uncle Wacky Villegas Cordero, who is also my friend, will arrive from the Philippines tomorrow evening to take care of him,” Allibang said in her post.
Allibang also appealed for Filipinos working in Thailand to extend financial help for Jazzer’s daily expenses in the hospital. See her full post below.
“Dear Filipino Brethren in Thailand.
I am appealing in behalf of Jazzer Cordero Abentong, a son of my friend, who is a Teacher here at Phadungvit School at Lomsak, Thailand. Jazzer is presently admitted at the ICU at Petchabun Hospital at Petchabun City (Northern part of Thailand) due to severe pneumonia and is at a critical condition. His friends are presently watching him at the hospital. His uncle Wacky Villegas Cordero, who is also my friend, will arrive from the Philippines tomorrow evening to take care of him.
I covet everyone, who has a good heart, to please take time to pray for his full recovery. We also appeal for any financial support, even in small amount that could help them in daily expenses in the hospital. Food, in-kinds and even moral support (for those who are near the hospital) are also much appreciated.”
You can send financial help directly to Jazzer’s account at the account number below.
Bank: Krungthai Bank (KTB)
Account Name: Jazzer Cordero Abentong
Account Number: 6150872998
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