Two sisters from Northampton have flown to the Philippines to bring home their seriously ill father, who had a stroke there in June.
Peter Robinson is almost completely paralysed. His family in Northampton have had to raise more than £20,000 to pay for flights and medical bills.
Thanks to the generosity of others, they can now make that trip.
Peter's in hospital in Olongapo City. He did not have medical insurance, so his care's costing the family hundreds of pounds each day.
In a video call last week, they told him they were bringing him home.
Dale and Dianne say people have been incredibly generous, one well known businessman donated £10,000, and a trained flight nurse has taken unpaid leave to help bring Peter back.
Their bags are packed with medical equipment - all things they may need for the journey home on Thursday.
They have already climbed a mountain, but the hardest part may still be to come.