United2Heal: Mohamed's Legacy

United2Heal: Mohamed's Legacy

From Bilal Quraishi

Help us continue Mohamed's Legacy by donating to United2Heal! U2H is an organization in which excess medical supplies from local hospitals are sorted and stored, then shipped to countries in need all around the world.

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11 months ago

Thank you to all supporters towards our campaign remembering Mohamed's Legacy - we were able to meet and exceed our fundraising goal with your generous support! Please stay up to date with United2Heal by following us on our facebook and website u2h.ngo.

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There are not enough words to describe how amazing of a human Mohamed was. He was the obedient son, supportive brother, caring friend, hard-working student, motivating mentor, creative teacher, assistant, dedicated volunteer, and above all the best pep-talker! Mohamed had a desire to unite others behind a common aim of bettering our world. Therefore, he worked very hard to get United2Heal running. He had very little resources to begin with but never gave up. The secret was his enthusiasm for life and his ability to remain present and be grateful throughout life even when the going got tough by simply stopping and looking back instead of always be fixated on the future. His undergraduate life revolved around United2Heal. It is now our turn to keep his dream going and take U2H to the next level. Please do consider donating. All and any contribution WILL collectively make a big difference and are wholeheartedly appreciated!

Nourhan Ibrahim, (sister, Mohamed Shaaban)

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11 months ago

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Thank you to all supporters towards our campaign remembering Mohamed's Legacy - we were able to meet and exceed our fundraising goal with your generous support! Please stay up to date with United2Heal by following us on our facebook and website u2h.ngo.

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