We are approaching our goal. It’s within our reach.
We still need 490 people who are willing to donate 360$ and with the help of the name, already on this Hanukkah holiday we will save Racheli !!!
We are pleased to inform you, dear supporters, that thanks to you the campaign has progressed significantly, and we have succeeded in renewing Racheli’s treatments prior to her transfer to the Children’s Hospital in Boston.
We must continue with all our might until we reach the goal!
We must illuminate her life and allow Rachel and her parents to come to Boston, prepare for surgery and experience successful postoperative rehabilitation.
Racheli and her parents are facing months of physical, emotional and financial distress due to her rare illness and pain, and we must support them during this challenging time.
We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for any donation you make that thanks to Racheli’s debtor will be saved. We are thrilled by the wave of unity and immense grace on display. This is the embodiment of the people of Israel in its glory.
Together we can ensure that Racheli receives the medical care she so desperately needs.
Together we can ensure that Racheli lives. We can, and we must! Time is running out … Spread the word and join the campaign before it’s too late! If 494 people give $ 360 each, Racheli will be saved this Hanukkah!
We can do it!
We can save Rachel!
The kidney transplant that can be performed at Boston Children’s Hospital and save Shanel Rachel (Racheli) carries a $500,000 price tag, however no Israeli HMO or government agency is willing to take part in financing the procedure that will save the life of the 10-year-old girl Born with congenital kidney failure, Racheli has suffered since birth. With one totally non-functioning kidney and a second kidney functioning at 60% capacity, Racheli endures constant inflammations and acute infections as well as secondary issues that include anxiety and eating disorders. Additionally, Racheli must undergo invasive procedures in the hospital on a regular basis to keep her intestines clear, as she is unable to remove waste material from her body in a natural manner.
The ongoing campaign to save Racheli’s life, finance the operation and help offset the substantial debt incurred by the family after years of treatment not covered by the government-regulated HMO health basket has managed to raise close to 30% of the necessary funds in two weeks.
Racheli’s parents, Nir and Ayelet, have great faith in the compassion and sympathy of the Jewish community throughout the world. They are certain that the remaining funds will be raised as quickly as possible, allowing them to take Racheli to Boston for the operation.
“I am utterly amazed,” proclaimed Nir. “While Jews are known to care and take responsibility for each other, I have never experienced anything so uplifting. People have contacted us and offered to be tested for compatibility to donate a kidney to our Racheli. What nation is there like the Am Yisroel?! I know they will come through for us and save our Racheli. We simply have no other choice.”
The goal is attainable.
B”H 30 percent of the amount has already been raised. Now we have to raise the rest, If 490 people give $360, we can save Racheli.
WE CAN SAVE RACHELI!