When M.P. of Beit Shemesh got married nearly 15 years ago, she assumed that she was starting her family.
First, a year passed. Then another, then a third. With tears in her eyes, M attended friends’ brisos, smiling through the pain.
It was clear to her and her husband: They wouldn’t be able to do this without help. They gathered together their savings, and began halachic fertility treatments, a highly expensive endeavor.
Each trial was a cycle of hope and devastation anew: M lay on bed-rest, praying this would be the time they would be blessed with a child. But it never was. She mourned the child who was never meant to be born.
Now, drained of everything they had, M & A have no more funds to continue treatments. However, they refuse to give up hope.
The couple have opened an urgent fundraising campaign with a clear goal: Not to allow a lack of money to stand between them, and their future child bez”H.
They are watching the campaign’s progress closely, and praying for another chance.