Mar 11, 2020 | Community | Mitzva | Jerusalem & Area

Urgent Chessed Need: Please help single father and son for Purim

Shalom and Purim Sameach!

Please help a poor man and his son for Purim.

Rabbis Berel Wein, Amram Rister, and Zvi Schwartz are happy to vouch for them and I can email letters from each about the hard situation

For those that do not know about them, the father is a wonderful man with a young son living alone with no other family in Jerusalem. He worked for a company that went bankrupt and did not pay him a lot of money. This caused him to go into serious debt.

B"H he now has a new attorney that is trying to help him.

Both father and son have been dealing with health issues, and the boy is now in a special school.

This is a very nice man who always helped others, and now desperately needs help.

There are American and Israeli charities accepting donations for them. It is also possible to help through their local grocery store or by bank transfer to friends helping the family.

Please email to me with the donation details if you donate, and also please help us pass this on to any friends and contacts that may be in a position to help.

For USA tax deductible receipts, the Bayswater Neighbors Fund has a website to donate. I will write the link below. If anyone prefers to send a check, please email me and I will send the details.
Right above the SUBMIT button on the donation form is written "My contribution is for:" and then they have a drop-down menu to choose where the donation will go. Important to choose, "Family in Jerusalem", and push Submit button once.

This is very important or they will not know to whom to give the donation. Please also email to me if you donate so we can follow up. 
Here is the link.

For Israel donations/receipts, please see the link below. It is VERY IMPORTANT to write FUND 2110 in the comment box or the donation will not go to the family and to email me if you donate so we can follow up. Here is the link for the Mekimi organization.

Thank you all in advance. Tizku L'Mitzvot, and a Freilechen Purim to all.

Larisa Tsygankov

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