Moshe Rosenberg was a typical father, supporting his wife and 3 kids, when they got the diagnosis: The lump in his leg was a cancerous tumor. After surgery and the living hell that is chemotherapy, they hoped that they could move on.
Unfortunately the nightmare was not yet over: Kept awake day and night by excruciating pain, the Roseberg fell into a state of chaos and disarray. Children meant to play and laugh tiptoed quietly so as not to disturb their suffering father. Mrs. Rosenberg took on the full burden of carrying her family. Their bank account became a bottomless pit, eternally drained by medical expenses before stretching to accomodate daily needs.
They met with doctors, as well as famous medical askan Rav Firer. It was clear that Moshe would need another surgery immediately to live. Rabbi Firer suggested that he fly to Italy immediately to be operated on by a specialist with knowledge of muscular surgery post-chemo.
However the family is without options: They simply cannot afford the surgery.
An emotional statement is written on their Kupat Ha’Ir Foundation, which any family touched by disease can relate to: Maybe if I were alone I would say there’s no hope, that I should just give up because there’s no way I’ll ever afford it.
But my life isn’t just mine. I’m a married man, with three beautiful kids, and they need me to make it through this. We can’t give up now.
You can help give the Rosenberg children their father back by donating here. The family is watching the campaign’s progress closely, no donation goes unappreciated.