Sok Chan is a second grader from Cambodia. She loves cartoons.
Sok Chan was born with syndactyly of both hands. This means that three fingers on each hand are fused together. This condition makes it difficult to hold things, write, and have good hand function.
Fortunately, on September 4, surgeons will perform a syndactyly repair procedure to separate and release the fused digits. Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $365 to fund this procedure. After surgery, Sok Chan’s mom wants her to go back to school and feel good playing with the other children.
Her mother says, “I want my daughter to do well in school.”