My name is Hadassah Miller I’m a mother of two k’h in Eretz Yisroel. Pictured above is our beautiful baby girl Sara, who was born with a severe deformity in her lips, mouth and palate. The doctors say that if we can get her two surgeries in Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus Ohio, she could be a happy, healthy child.
Without them, there is no future for her, chas v’shalom.
These surgeries are complicated. They are expensive. We couldn’t afford them, so we sought the advice of the Amshinover Rebbe shlita who instructed us to fly to America at any cost. We are now in America and the surgery has been delayed because we don’t have the money. It breaks my heart that Sara was not born into a family that could give her what she needs. But she wasn’t – Hashem gave us the tremendous gift of Sara and I will fight with everything I have to try to get her the help she needs to be able to eat, to live a full life like the other girls.
I beg you from the bottom of my heart – please help us. In the merit of saving our precious girl, Hashem should bless you with health, parnassah, nachas, hatzlocha, and bracha.
TRANSLATION OF HAMLATZAH FROM BADATZ EIDA CHAREIDIS: (Original Below)
“We have come to recommend and request on behalf of the avreich shlita who has dedicated himself to learning Torah in deprivation and fights to support his family. He is caring for a child who was born with a defect of their lips, and he is forced to travel for doctors and treatment. The expenses are numerous, above and beyond his ability to pay. He is worried constantly where he will get the necessary funds, and he is depending on assistance from Acheinu Bnei Yisroel.
Therefore, we have come to request from Acheinu Bnei Yisroel in every country, who chase after tzedakah and do chesed, to come to his aid with significant donations and a generous heart. Be a source of support for him in his time of desperate need.
The merit of this mitzvah should protect all those who perform it, they should be blessed that all their wishes should be fulfilled for the good. They should succeed in everything they do and see the coming of Moshiach Tzidkeinu speedily in our days.
Members of the Beis Din in Yerushalayim”
*First names have been changed to protect privacy
This Isn’t Just Charity,