--Desire Wealth charity sale, enthusiastic donations to the kind-hearted German couple caught in the disease
There is always a love that is forgotten, and there is always a love that is remembered. In 1 Corinthians, there is a passage that says love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous. Love is not boasting. It is not arrogant. Not to be shy. It does not seek its own advantage. Not to be easily angered. Not to reckon the wickedness of men. Not liking unrighteousness. Loves only the truth. Accepting all things. Believing in all things. Hope in all things. Patience in all things. Love is never ending.
This is the story of Eckhard (hereinafter called "Eckhard") and Evelyn (hereinafter called "Evelyn"), a couple from Germany, a story about returning love with love, and a story about the transmission of love. This German couple has been devoted to public welfare and relief work for 14 years in Ningbo, and can be said to have dedicated their best youth to this society.
↑The picture shows that Mr. and Mrs. Eckhardt have been devoted to charity and relief work in Ningbo for 14 years
In late 2015, his wife Evelyn was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer at Ningbo Li Huili Hospital. Evelyn initially opted for relatively inexpensive drugs, about 7,000 yuan a course of treatment. A year later, Evelyn improved and the tumor shrank, but soon developed drug resistance. At that time, there was another alternative drug that cost about $5,000 for a course of treatment, but the Eckard's declined because of the high price and opted for a relatively economical alternative drug (about one-fifth of the cost of the drug). It was not until January of this year that Evelyn became resistant to the drug again.
The wife, Evelyn, did not show up because she was not feeling well, while Mr. Eckhardt, a standard German man, tall and cheerful, could not hide the physical and mental exhaustion that permeated his eyes at this time. Mr. Eckhardt runs a small foreign trade company and is a part-time teacher of German at a university in Ningbo, while his wife, Evelyn, is retired.
Mr. Eckhardt came to Ningbo by chance. One year, Mr. Eckhardt was resting in a coffee shop in Hong Kong when a stranger introduced him to Ningbo, China, and he fell in love with it. As a businessman, Eckhardt has a keen sense of business, not only because Ningbo is full of business opportunities, but also because of its food and the warmth of its people. During this time, he was awarded the "Camellia Award" in Ningbo, was a certified foreign expert in the economic and technical category, and was active in various activities, such as the Rotary Club ("Rotary Club"). ", a caring organization that gives assistance to people in need around the world).
Today, Evelyn has gone through 26 chemotherapy treatments, and pains not normally endured by ordinary people, and it is Evelyn's strength that sustains her as she continues her fight against the disease. But now the monthly cost of about $50,000 in medication has put a huge financial strain on them, and the long-term medication has depleted their few savings. To stop medication would essentially mean calling it quits. Last week, his wife, Evelyn, spent about 20,000 yuan more on a genetic test in Hangzhou. Out of curiosity, Eckhardt asked why he didn't take his wife back to Germany for medical treatment. The foreigner said frankly, his wife has the disease, the survival rate is only 16%. He did not tell any relatives about the disease except his wife's brother, and his wife's mother is 92 years old, so he could not bear to tell the elderly. Although the medical conditions and equipment in Germany are good, there are few people who are sick, and the practical experience is not as rich as that of Chinese doctors. Eckhardt said gratefully that the treatment of advanced lung cancer depends not only on a doctor's ability, but also on a team's ability to work together, and he trusts Dr. Song's medical skills. Besides, the neighbors, friends and colleagues in Ningbo have been very kind and have given the family some help and financial support, and he wants to stay here to repay everyone. Eckhardt and his wife have no children at their knees. Before Evelyn's illness, the couple had been committed to charity, volunteering every week at orphanages and the like, and raising money for the children of migrant workers.
At this moment, Tricity Wealth is also appealing to everyone to give a helping hand to help this German couple to overcome their illness. Eckhardt was surprised to see his story reported in the metropolitan news and other media. It turned out that his friends had raised more than 100,000 yuan through the media, calling on the community.
But the money was nowhere near enough to cover the long-term medical expenses. As a humanistic and socially responsible company, Dexui Wealth has always been committed to social welfare activities. The company immediately held an emergency meeting after learning this news and quickly responded by calling on colleagues to start a charity sale in the sixth space in Ningbo, after the efforts of colleagues, quickly raised a total of 5,036 yuan in a day and a half, although very insignificant compared to the expensive medical costs, but this is a piece of DuiCuiWealth as a way to give back to society, and such public welfare activities The company's main goal is to provide a better solution to the problem. The company will also plan to organize another charity sale after the Chinese New Year to donate money and continue the love!
↓ picture for the DuiCuiWealth love charity sale donation site
↓ Pictured is Ms. Tan Wing Yan of Dexui Wealth handing over the donation to Mr. Eckhardt, hoping for the early recovery of his wife Evelyn.