Devraj's Legacy

First, we would like this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who have shared our story about our little Dev, and to those who have donated.
 
We want to give our sincere thanks to SickKids Toronto, for everything they did to help our little Dev while he was fighting for his life. Though, we were not lucky enough to bring Dev home, we are forever grateful for their efforts. 
 
In order to continue our little Dev’s legacy, we have started this fundraiser to give back to SickKids Toronto, and to also keep our baby boy’s legacy alive by getting a plaque put up on the donor wall which will stay there indefinitely. This will give our family a place to go to remember Dev and it will be a place where Dev's older brother Sarvin can go to remember how hard his baby brother fought. 
 
A plaque will be issued at one of the following milestones:
 
$25,000 
$50,000
$100,000 
$250,000
$1,000,000
 
Please note, that every donation of $20.00 or more will be eligible of a tax receipt which will be sent to you via email from GoFundMe. 
 
We urge you to help us share our story of baby Dev and to also donate to the SickKids Foundation.
 
*Inder (Dev’s Dad), Mandeep (Me, Dev’s Mom) and Sarvin (Dev’s Older Brother) will be pledging $25,000 in addition to all the funds we raise for SickKids through GoFundMe.  

**Please note we have set the target to $1 as we do not want you to feel obligated to donate; though it would be helpful to reach our goal. If times are tough right now, just share our story with everyone you know**

We hope we can all stand united together and provide any type of financial aid to make this a reality for us. No amount is too small or big.  

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
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Organizer

Mandeep Toor 
Organizer
Bolton, ON
SickKids Foundation 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically tax deductible in Canada.