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£350raised of £700 target by 10 supporters

    Weʼve raised £350 to publish a book based on Reyn's life story to inspire others and promote Autism awareness.

    Epsom, Surrey, United Kingdom
    Funded on Sunday, 8th October 2017

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    Reyn is our only child. He is a cheerful and brave little boy that in a young age of nine had surpass things that seems impossible to others.

    His right eye was diagnosed with Unilateral Microphthalmia and is blind since birth. He needed to wear an artificial eye so the muscles and bones in the right side of his face will form normally. Aside from his eye, he was also diagnosed with multiple heart conditions such as Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD), Atrial Septal Defect (ASD), and Coarctation of the Aorta and have had two heart surgeries, one when he was only five months old and the the other one was when he was four years old. Months after his last heart surgery, another one was done for his undescended testicles.

    That time, he was also under observation for having signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects how a person acts and interacts with others, communicate, and learns. It is a lifelong developmental condition.

    Year 2012, we needed to go back to the Philippines and it is here that his Autism was confirmed.

    As soon as we learned of the new diagnosis, we immediately joined Autism Society of the Philippines to help us understand our son's journey with autism. We also started to find ways to save money for his future knowing that he may not be able to find work and support himself when he grows up. He still need regular heart check ups and occasional adjustment for his artificial eye. These are all considerations that will last throughout his life.

    One of the ways we thought that could help us provide for his future is to publish the book I am currently writing about his life. This will also promote Autism Awareness and may inspire others to not give up in difficult times

    We are aiming to publish 500 copies of the book and we are humbly asking for your help to make it happen. Any donation will be a big help.

    Thank you very much and God bless.



    Sarah Cuento

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      • Anonymous


        Oct 4, 2017

      • Anonymous


        Sep 22, 2017

        We're here to support you always Sarah & Cocoy. God Bless Reyn!

      • Amarylliz-Evelyn's daughter

        Amarylliz-Evelyn's daughter

        Sep 22, 2017

        With love and support. Hope you reach your goal!


      • Percy Fernandez- Evelyn's Mom

        Percy Fernandez- Evelyn's Mom

        Sep 22, 2017

        May the Lord Jesus Christ give you spirit of wisdom, peace in your heart, joy and happiness in life with your family. God is our greatest help in times of need so give it all to Him.


      • Evelyn Cuento

        Evelyn Cuento

        Sep 18, 2017

        We love, support and will always keep you in our prayers.


      • Anonymous


        Sep 17, 2017

        All the best with everything - Ate

      • Anonymous


        Sep 12, 2017

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      Sarah Cuento

      Sarah Cuento

      Epsom, Surrey, United Kingdom

      My name is Sarah and I'm Reyn's mom and his homeschooling teacher.

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