Man Struggles To Find Kallah Due to Illness

[COMMUNICATED] Yechiel Veiner wants a lot of things. He wants to have a family. To have a home. Right now, most of all, Veiner wants to have his leg.For those who have always had their limbs and have never faced the threat of amputation, a leg may be taken for granted. The ability to walk, to be independent, to go up and down stairs, and to be seen as an equal peer by other adults may be your reality. Yechiel, however, is living in another world: For years, he has suffered from an infection which has left him wheelchair-bound. Recently, however, there has been a new urgent development.The infection has reached his bones, and if he is unable to receive expensive medical treatment, doctors will be forced to amputate.

 

Apart from the obvious physical and emotional repercussions of losing a limb, Yechiel sees another reason to save his leg. He badly wants to get married and to build a home, and fears that if he becomes an amputee he will spend the rest of his life alone. This is a particularly painful struggle for a kind, intelligent young man such as himself.

 

An emergency fund has been opened with the hope of saving Yechiel’s leg, so that he can lead a healthy life, have a full recovery, and one day start a home as most have the opportunity to do. Each day and donation counts, as the infection continues to spread.

 

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