Emergency fund for Shlucha

A widowed Shlucha and her six orphaned children can no longer stand alone – we must help them!

(To ensure the dignity of this family, their identity is not being disclosed publicly. however donors can receive this information upon request)


Along with her husband, she served as a Shlucha in a neighborhood in Eretz Yisroel for twenty seven years. Her husband was known for his selfless devotion to his shlichus and a passion to help his fellow Yid in any way possible. At a young age, he suddenly passed away from heart failure, leaving behind his wife and six children.


He was a very active Shliach. As such his activities were ahead of his budget, yet he always made sure his family had what they needed. His sudden passing left them in debt and without their primary bread winner. This put his wife in the impossible position of carrying the financial responsibility for her family as well as single handedly caring for her six young orphans.


At first she heroically attempted to make ends meet without turning to others for help. This task, however, has proven to be too much for her to bear. The debts continue to mount with the growing needs of her family.


In the next month, she will B’ezras Hashem marry off her son. What is a source of happiness and comfort in this year of mourning, has become a tremendous stress. It is the “straw” that made it impossible to manage on her own.


With no other choice, she turned to the “Adopt a family – Shluchim fund” for help. We assured her that we would do all we can to raise the funds necessary for the wedding and to set up a fund that will pay up her debts and help her achieve financial stability. We took this upon ourselves because we simply couldn’t do otherwise. How can we watch a women that served her community for 27 years with Misiras Nefesh fall apart as she carries this load all alone?


I am confident that you – her extended family – fellow Anash and Shluchim around the world, will join together and carry the burden of securing financial stability for this Shlucha and her six children. We will not let her down!


I urge you to open your hearts and donate as generously as you can. I personally assure you that your donation will go directly to this family in the most respectful manner.


Please donate now!