I want to write a bit about Ezer Mizion, but first, I want say that no words sufficient to describe what my family and I feel about this special organization.
My name is E. and I am a
32 year-old mother of three. A year ago I became ill with breast cancer, and my entire world came crashing down. In the hospital I was told that there is an organization that organizes a summer camp for several days and I was asked if I want to come, together with my family. Continue reading When the World Comes Crashing Down
I want to thank from the depths of my heart for the special summer camp that my daughter Chana’leh was privileged to attend.
This is the first time that my daughter spent time away from home overnight. I don’t even send her to my parents or my in-laws alone for Shabbat because I can’t bear to be separated from her.
And away from home at a ten-day overnight camp?! I will not say that it was easy. I visited three times and if not for my husband, I would have visited every day. . . What I saw moved me and excited me. . . Your organization is incredible. The tremendous love that the children received, the many activities, the extraordinary volunteers, everything . . . .
My daughter returned happy and full of adventures. I am speechless. . . .
May you be blessed by the Almighty every single day,
With great admiration
His family was desperately hoping. Yosef needed a bone marrow transplant to live and there was no genetic match currently on the database. A drive was scheduled targeting those of Yosef’s ethnic group. Thousands were expected to register at the drive. Perhaps one of them…The sun shone brightly on the day of the drive. The air was filled with promise. The lines were long. Thousands adjusted their schedules to help save a life. But in the hospital, it was all over. Yosef died that morning before even the first registrants could be tested. Several weeks later, a match was found. Ironically, the match was an employee at the same office that Yosef had worked. If only,…