Urgent Fundraising – Tarmizi (Stroke)



A 50-year-old husband who loves sports suddenly suffered a stroke. The doctor informed us that he needs emergency surgery, or he will face lifelong paralysis or even worse. His wife and son are tearfully pleading for public assistance to cover the remaining surgery costs.

Tarmizi bin Yusoff, a 50-year-old man from Penaga, Penang, is a factory operator. His annual health check-ups showed no issues, and he played badminton weekly and loved playing soccer. His sudden collapse shocked his wife and son. The doctor said emergency surgery is necessary. His wife and son are earnestly asking the public for assistance to raise the needed RM40,000.

【The son, witnessing his father's sudden stroke, not only felt helpless and overwhelmed but also fought back tears while managing the process of rushing his father to the hospital】

A 50-year-old man, Tarmizi Yusoff, who dedicates himself to his family and works hard to raise his children, suddenly suffered a stroke despite leading a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise such as badminton and soccer.

On June 18, around 6am, he began vomiting, seemingly recovered, but later at noon, he collapsed at home, unable to move half of his body and unable to speak. During the Hari Raya Haji holiday, his son immediately called an ambulance. Upon arrival, medical personnel diagnosed him with a stroke and rushed him to the hospital. Despite receiving treatment, including medication to dissolve blood clots, his condition did not improve significantly, necessitating emergency surgery to remove the clot to prevent further deterioration and potential long-term disability.

Facing this sudden crisis, his panicked wife and son urgently seek assistance to cover the remaining RM40,000 needed for the surgery, after exhausting their own resources.

Tarmizi Yusoff has served as a factory operator for over 20 years, earning a monthly salary of RM2,580. His wife, Mahani bt Jamaludin (53 years old), works as a cashier in a cooperative, earning RM1,550 per month. They have three children: their eldest son, 25 years old, is a mechanic; their second son, 22 years old, also works in a factory; and they have a 13-year-old daughter still attending school.

After an urgent review, One Hope Charity has decided to assist in raising the necessary medical expenses. The family has entrusted the fundraising efforts to the One Hope Charity, who will manage and collect the donations on their behalf.

For any inquiries, please contact our hotline at 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192, 018-911 4192.

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