TERRIFYING: They Have 24 Hours

[COMMUNICATED] Thousands of Jewish people have been joining the global effort in saving Chaya, a beautiful baby girl who was born with a severe heart defect. Her dedicated parents Miri and Dovid Rosenbaum have scrambled to raise the funds needed to fly to New York and pay for an expensive emergency surgery Chaya’s doctors have insisted upon and with thanks to the incredible generosity of supporters across the world, the Rosenbaums have raised $70,000 so far and are very close to raising the full amount needed to save their precious baby’s life.

 

The only catch?

 

The surgery is scheduled for tomorrow.

 

“We are just a few thousand dollars away from everything we are praying for.” wrote Miri on a crowdfunding page wrung with motherly love and concern.

 

“Please, please help us weather this storm of expenses and save our little baby girl! Time is running out for her. You are her only hope left. Help us. Please.”


With the clock ticking mercilessly, the Rosenbaums are praying hard for a miracle. They are so close to their goal but they need to reach the full amount within the next 24 hours if they want to cover the many various expenses involved in getting Chaya this surgery. Funds are being urgently raised herehere to help save little Chaya’s life before time runs out.

 

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4 COMMENTS

  1. this article confuses me. is money the only thing that’s holding back alta’s life? do you mean that if the family had more money, the english courts would let her go?

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