【PART 2: Fundraising Completed】A man often suffered from abdominal pain and diarrhea when he was in the secondary school, and was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. He needs to rely on long-term medications to control his condition. The now 22-year-old man pleads that the public can help him with a year of medication fee that cost RM49,470

"Thank you very much for your donations. His illness requires long-term medication. I have exhausted my savings. I am grateful for your donations to help him continue to receive treatment."

22-year-old Kwee Jun Jie was a junior high school student when he was diagnosed with Crohn's disease seven years ago. His father, Kwee Kai Meng (54), worked hard to raise the child's medical expenses.

Now, after the review, ONE HOPE CHARITY has decided to help raise the cost of medicine for one year. With the funds raised, he is not only grateful to ONE HOPE CHARITY, but also to the donations from the general public.

In the past 7 years, the father has taken the child to seek medical treatment. He is also worried about the child's medical expenses. He mortgaged the property, paid the medicine fee by credit card, and even accepted the doctor's offer to let the child try the medicine, hoping that the child will have a chance to be cured.

Kwee Jun Jie's situation is getting better now. He currently weighs 70 kilograms. He assists in packaging and transportation in a friend's online warehouse. The daily salary is RM60, but the working days are not fixed, and the monthly income is about RM700.

Part 1: Fundraising