Abdel Rahman and Taqwa: At school, we learned to be compassionate, charitable and committed to helping the others
Right from the beginning, Egypt’s students provided support and valuable contributions for the establishment of Hospital 57357; today, they are supporting the Hospital’s new expansion project to enable more children with cancer to receive quality care and treatment.
A group of students of Mansheyat Gabriel School in Albasatin visited Hospital 57357 to deliver their charity box, which contains donations they collected from their school peers in favor of 57357’s patients, and its expansion project.
Taqwa Mahmoud reveals to us the idea behind the charity box: after studying a lesson about the advantages of donating, we decided to make a charity box to collect donations in favor of 57357’s children. We went around and solicited the support of all the school’s students, may God heal all patients, she added.
Abdel Rahman explains: “our colleagues were not told how much to give, they were enthusiastic to donate as much as they could. No matter how modest the donation is, it is greatly valued by the Almighty, because he rewards us for charity ten times as much.”
In 57357, in every day, we welcome school students from all over Egypt. Many children come to visit their peers in 57357 and donate in favor of their treatment. They spend time with them to encourage them and reassure them that God Willing, they would soon recover.
Our sincerest gratitude to Egypt’s students, the generation that will build Egypt’s future, along with their peers in 57357.