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Give the gift of sight A charity request by Chris Ayres

#1 User is offline   Krystal 

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Posted 23 February 2012 - 09:18 PM


I just tend to pass on a lot of charities here (because you guys help A LOT), but this one seems to be more anime related than the rest. The brother-in-law of Chris Ayres (Frieza in DBZ Kai and Kei in Gantz) needs surgery that could prevent him from going completely blind. Essentially, if you could donate a buck or two, it all adds up.
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Posted 24 February 2012 - 04:14 AM

Done and done! a close friend of mine had to have his cornea's replaced, Different problems but still hits close to home... Every little bit helps. Thanks for the post!
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Posted 24 February 2012 - 09:45 AM

If I wasn't so poor right now I'd gladly give money. A few years ago I suffered a major ulcer in my right eye and nearly lost sight in it. I walked around with the eye closed for 2 months until it healed. It's actually the reason my profile pic has 1 one closed. So I can fully relate to this. Maybe when my tax return comes all spare some cash. No doubt I'll pass this on.

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