A family with a sick parent doesn’t – can’t – function properly. The mother is incapacitated, stuck in bed in the aftermath of a heart transplant; or the father has cancer, getting treatment for months at a time in the hospital. During this time, the Kupa Shel Tzedakah steps in to assist with whatever is needed. Raising funds. Making sure the other children have food to eat and clothing to wear.
10 Family Members
The mother just had a heart transplant, but is not back to functioning yet. This family needs help every month with running the house – cleaning, cooking, laundary and other basic household chores.
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7 Family Members
The mother suffers from a chronic illness that requires a lot of medical visits and trips to the hospitals. Additionally, the husband needs to tend to his wife’s medical needs, as well as the functioning of the house. Over the years, the Kupa Shel TZedakah has helped him by paying for his professional training in his field, as well as buying him the tools and materials he needed to jump start his business. Unfortunately, as he is needed at home to tend to his sick wife and to take care of the house, he is not able to work a full work day, and therefore his expenses exceed his income each month. In addition, the mother needs special medical treatment not covered by the insurance.
8 Family Members
A daughter, 7 years old, was recently diagnosed with cancer. In addition, the mother is depressed and is usually stuck in bed. The father is torn between caring for his sick wife at home or his sick daughter in the hospital. Due to this, he is not able to support his family financially, and during this very trying time, they need a lot of money each month to stay afloat. The Kupa Shel Tzedakah helps them keep the house running, including cooking, cleaning, laundry, shopping etc.