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A Call For Help For Mommy Haydz Banigan

MOMMY HAYDZ 1The Brotherhood of Christian Businessmen and Professionals (BCBP) National Office is appealing to the generosity of all BCBP members on behalf of Sis. Haydz Banigan, widow of BCBP’s first and longest serving president, the late Bro. Manny Banigan.

Mommy Haydz, as Sis. Banigan is fondly called, badly needs financial assistance for a major surgery she just went through last Thursday at the University of Perpetual Help Hospital in Las Piñas City.
She sustained a complete fracture on her right femoral bone (thigh) after a bad fall last week in their home in Las Piñas. A titanium plate was screwed to her thigh bone to fix the fracture.

The incident came at a very challenging time for the Banigan family as they were still trying to sell their ancestral house to cover for their current expenses and other debts incurred from Bro. Manny Banigan’s four-year bout with cancer not too long ago.

Friends have already extended their help to Mommy Haydz, but they were only able to settle half of the medical expenses. Hence, this fund raising.

Those who would like to donate may do so directly throuh Gcash at 09175883960 or through BPI Savings account number 1899059634 under the name of Richard Neal V. Feria.

Prior to her injury, Mommy Haydz has been an active member of the BCBP Las Piñas Chapter where she continues to serve as Action Group Leader for Single and Widowed Women.

To get to know her better, read her testimony “Discovering Life After 50”.

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