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The Story of Devansh Subhash Jagtap

Devansh Subhash Jagtap, is a quiet boy who is very attached to his mother Damini, and never refrains from showing her love.Damini lost her husband as he was ill a few years ago which has inevitably been very tough for her. Luckily, she has support from her brother-in-law as they live in a joined family. He is a farmer earning Rs 6000 per month and struggles to make ends meet but feels responsibility for his brother’s wife and children which is beyond admirable.
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Kids Supported

Anushka Chaudhary

Anushka Chaudhary, three years old from Mumbai is suffering from a Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) – a hole in the lower chamber of the heart that needs closure with a device. This surgery will take place at Jupiter Hospital, in Mumbai itself. Anushka’s father, Umesh is a farmer who earns Rs 4000 per month. They do not have the means to afford the surger that will save Anushka’s life. Om Khade, six months old from Rajasthan, is suffering from Patent Ductus Arteriosis (PDA) – a hole between the Aorta and Pulmonary Artery which is closed in a Cath Lab. This procedure will be conducted at Jupiter Hospital, in Mumbai itself. His father Dattaray, is a laborer who brings home Rs 3000 per month. On this humble earning, and two children, it’s impossible to put aside any money that is required for the surgery.

Muskan Khatun

Muskan Khatun, 13 years old from Mumbai, has a hole between the Aorta and Pulmonary Artery and needs a PDA Device Closure at Jupiter Hospital. Hermother Gudiya is a housewife, who looks after the four children. Sultan Shaikh, her father is a worker in a private factory and earns Rs 7000 per month. They struggle every day to live on this salary, especially with four children. Financial support for Muskan’s surgery is much needed to save her young heart.


Sivajothi, nine years old from Tamil Nadu requires an Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) closure at Amrita Hospital, in Kochi. Her father Kumar Periyaswamy is a farmer and earns Rs 4000 per month. They struggle every day to make ends meet, high costs of surgery are well beyond their means. We have agreed to financially support this case to ensure she gets the treatment she requires to live.


Vaishnavi, nine years old is the eldest daughter to Rajesh Kumar and his wife Pooja. The family live in Agra where Vaishnavi attends school and is in Class III. Around six months ago, she developed a high fever so her parents rushed her to a local pediatrician who found she had an irregular heartbeat. The doctor advised the parents to consult a pediatric cardiologist. Both Rajesh and Pooja were completely clueless, they didn’t know how to consult one and with what means they would be able to make this happen. Luckily, the pediatrician referred them to Dr Neeraj Awasthy who told them about an outreach program Max Hospital conducts in Agra itself. The screening showed that Vaishnavi had a hole in between the upper chamber of the heart (Atrial Septal Defect) and that she needed to come to Delhi for a more detailed check-up. She has been admitted for surgery, which Rajesh cannot afford as he earns Rs 7000 per month as a tailor. With the support from our CSR partner – Sennheiser, we have been able to pay for the surgery and relieve the parents and give Vaishnavi a chance to live.

Arjun Baliya

Two year old Arjun Baliya is the only child of Geeta and Lahu Asaram Baliya from Malegaon in Maharashtra, and has had a heart disorder since his birth. When he was two months old, he developed a fever. His parents took him to the village doctor where he was given medicines but, his fever refused to subside. After a few days, his parents took the child to the district hospital where the doctors found that he was having an irregular heartbeat. The parents were asked to go Mumbai, but were unable to do so. About a year back a camp was organized in the district by SRCC NH Children's Hospital. The parents took the child to the camp. A preliminary echo suggested that Arjun had VSD (hole between lower chamber of heart) and Pulmonary Stenosis (narrowing of Pulmonary Valve). The parents were informed that surgery was the only method to correct the defect. It was extremely difficult for the parents to arrange the money since Lahu Asaram is a landless farm labourer with a monthly income of Rs 2000. The parents came to Mumbai for the surgery where the child was operated and discharged in stable condition with financial help from our CSR partner - WPP India CSR Foundation.