THE family of baby Roza who was diagnosed with SMA are trying to collect 2.250 million dollars for treatment. Support for Little Roza also came in London. A campaign for baby Roza was launched by volunteers living in London.
Recently, many families have started a charity campaign in order to have their children with SMA treated abroad, and they are announcing these campaigns on social media. SMA, a genetic disease affecting the nervous and muscular system, does not have a definitive treatment, but there are drugs that stop the disease to a great extent.
Roza Arı is just 9 months and diagnosed in Turkey with SMA Type. The family is looking to raise money for an expensive drug called Zolgens to help save the Roza.
Approximately £50,000 has been collected in the campaign carried out by a group of young people living in London. Speaking to the London Newspaper, Roza’s kindness volunteer Dilara Akarsu said: “£25, 000 was collected for baby Roza in the live broadcast on the evening of February 28 on Instagram. Since then a total of £49,000 has been collected. We would like to thank everyone who heard our call to help Roza.
The amount required for Roza’s treatment is$ 2,251,750. The amount currently collected is $1,756,375. This been achieved by fundraiseing Turkey and Europe via live broadcast in many countries and continues fundraiser events.
Akarsu said:“Our call to all our people, please give Roza hope, breathe and support. Even £1 you donate and collect will bring Roza one step closer to getting treatment, allowing her to breathe, laugh and play like other children.”