Shtar Parnossah With R’ Ezrachi

“I can’t believe it has come to this. Just a few months ago, my sixth son was born b’’h and my wife, Shifra, returned home. But something was not right. She was very tired and her usual happy self was gone. I asked my kids to help, and tried to keep the house quiet, but nothing worked. I soon realized she was going through postpartum depression.

We have now fallen apart. I have left my teaching job and am trying to be a full-time “mother” for my children, while Shifra receives the best care in a hospital. But this situation has left us in a difficult financial spot. There are times when I have nothing to give the children in the morning, not even milk and bread. I am truly begging for help. Please give me the chance to raise my kids until Shifra returns to us healthy and whole Bz’’h.”- Aharon*

Upon the loss of his wonderful wife, Shulamis Ezrachi a’’h, Harav Boruch Mordechai Ezrachi shlita has founded “The Bread and Milk Fund”, a incredible cause to help innocent Israeli children on the brink of starvation. In a moving video, he gives a passionate brocha for those who partake in this mitzvah:

“Whoever merits to give Jewish children bread and milk…Your parnassah should be doubled! With health and nachas from all your descendants.”

Donors of $970 will be supplying a starving family with bread and milk for an entire year, and will recieve a SHTAR PARNASSAH with R’ Ezrachi’s rare Brocha inscribed inside. 

Tizku L’mitzvos!


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