Perception-Experiencing Wonders of Life book is available now at Amazon.

Welcome to -The Khushil Pandya Fund

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Perception Experiencing Wonders of Life

This book is written to keep Khushil’s legacy alive and pass his positive attitude on to as many people as possible. 

More than just spreading positivity, as parents we also want to raise awareness about DIPG. Together as parents, we must come together to prevent others from losing their children  and going through the unimaginable pain that Bhavesh and I have suffered. The proceeds from this book will be donated to the charity The Brain Tumour Charity The Khushil Pandya Fund, which provides funds for researching DIPG. Every little helps! Your contribution will help children everywhere to live longer. If everyone makes an effort, we really can achieve our target  and find a cure for DIPG. 


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Get Involved

Join and unite with us in our battle to defeat DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). We're committed to defending the most amazing part of the human body and making a real difference for everyone affected by a brain tumour. But we can't do all this without you! 


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Thank You

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. 

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News Articles:

We didn't tell our tragic son he was dying - then we found out he'd known all along

Daily mirror

 Devastated parents reveal agony of not telling their 14-year-old son he had incurable brain tumour... only to discover after his death he had known all along

Daily mail - UK

Heartbroken parents couldn’t face telling cancer-stricken son, 14, he was dying – but found out he knew all along after tragic death 

The SUN - UK

 

Parents reveal why they didn’t tell son, 14, he was dying of rare cancer


Metro - UK

Heartbroken parents sheltered dying son from truth about his brain tumour then discovered he knew all along

Daily Record- UK

Heartbroken parents appeal for research funds after son loses fight against rare brain tumour

Evening Standard - UK

Indian-origin parents raise funds for brain tumour research after son dies in UK

Zee News - India

लंदन में दुर्लभ मस्तिष्क ट्यूमर से मरा बेटा, भारतवंशी दम्पति ने उठाया ये बड़ा कदम

Sports.PunjabKesari- India

Indian-origin parents raise funds for brain tumour research after son dies in UK

Business-Standard.com - India