Last week, Mrs. Yehudis Lieberman lost her husband Tzvi to liver cancer. His passing was brutally sudden: Just months after his diagnosis, he was gone.
He left behind 10 children, now supported only by their grieving mother. Yehudis has a job, but struggles to meet the impossibility of supporting such a large family on her own.
In the week since his passing, the home has fallen into disarray. There is no money for food, for winter clothing, for basic bills. As an act of desperation, she has started an emergency campaign.
A video on the page shows the family sitting shiva. A small girl buries her face in her mother’s chest. The children seem embarrassed, the mother broken.
“I am not asking for anything luxurious,” campaign text reads. “Just to have clothes for my babies in the winter … To be able to pay for them to go to school and sitters while I work.
If you can help, it would mean so much. I am afraid to see what will happen if we don’t get help soon.”