The story of a gifted child

Caesar began learning violin at age two and as a toddler amazed his music teachers with his advanced natural abilities. But after 4, in a span of over one year, he suffered three debilitating strokes due to an anemia –sickle cell — that he was born with.

The third stroke (2014) left him unable to walk or play the violin. It literally almost killed him; he had to relearn pretty much everything. The power of Hope & Love (God) are real Things!!.. Although he is currently doing pretty good —he is under a monthly blood transfusion that helps to avoid new strokes—, he needs a bone marrow transplant, to which we do have everything except the money, that cures (~95%) the anemia.

This is his story that calls for your kind support:

Donate to GoFundMe or the Bone Marrow Foundation

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Comments

  1. Dan Geller and Family
    December 26, 2016 - 4:43 pm

    We pray for the health and success of the bone marrow transplant for Caesar

    • Caesar Sant – violinist
      December 26, 2016 - 7:12 pm

      Thank you,
      Mr. Geller and Family. Yes, it is being the life’s reason for the last years, and it must be done in this upcoming year of 2017. Let’s work hard and cross the fingers. In the end, we all will win. God is with us all.

  2. Dear Sant family,
    My heart goes to all of you. In God’s promised new world, “no resident will say: ‘I am sick,'” “neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” (Isaiah 33:24; Revelation 21:4) http://www.jw.org 

    • Caesar Sant – violinist
      January 6, 2017 - 8:59 pm

      Thanks a lot for the wonderful words, Mrs. Rivera. God may bless you and us as well.

    • Caesar Sant – violinist
      February 10, 2017 - 8:30 pm

      Thank you for your sincere comment.
      Yes Mrs. Rivera. You are right: when we say “I’m sick…” we’ll get worse, might be even done. Caesar never sounds like a “sick” child, even when he was in the hospital as result of the last stroke, as soon as he came out was able to speak: the smiling was there. Frankly speaking, only God can explain such thing. Without His power, for sure we were not able –by any means — to overcome so much and be here, though there is a lot to be done. Our faith is firmly telling to work hard that we’ll succeed. That’s the reason Father is Great!

  3. I loved your concert. I am so happy to see you perform. You are an angel and bringing peace to many souls with your music

    • caesar7sant@gmail.com
      July 5, 2017 - 4:44 am

      Thank you so much. Please, could you share our Live Event that we’ll have on this upcoming Saturday at 5pm Et with you social media? Thank you again. lYoutube: http://bit.ly/2sINwPM
      and his Facebook: on.fb.me/1UwERbw

  4. Praying for Caesar and the family that all will soon be well. Enjoyed hearing him and his sister play for the Bridges Point Sickle Cell banquet last year (I played the flute, and was excited to get their autographs!) Can’t wait to see him healed and playing concerts around the world. God is our healer and protector. By His stripes we are healed and made whole. I loved seeing Caesar and Maria Anita and the baby smile! God’s blessings on you all!

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