"I’d love to give her something to brighten her Yom Tov so that she feels special and knows how loved she is"
Made Her Day
A Mishpacha reader l’illui nishmas Chaya bas Harav Zvi Yosef
My mother, who’s in her eighties, cares for my father as well as my developmentally delayed brother, who is 65 years old and still lives at home. She does everything for them, navigating my father’s health challenges and recent surgeries and hospitalizations.
She’s not in the best of health herself, yet she puts her own pain aside to care for them, never complaining or even taking the time to care for herself.
I’d love to give her something to brighten her Yom Tov — the chance to go shopping and choose something new for herself or her home, so that she feels special and knows how loved she is.
We were so moved by this incredible woman! After all she’s done for others, for so many years, we’d love to do something for her. Thank you to a generous Mishpacha reader for sponsoring a $250 Visa gift card to bring some extra light into her Yom Tov.
Wow! Hashem has truly orchestrated this gift; it couldn’t have come at a better time! My father was just discharged to rehab after a long and difficult hospitalization, and this recognition and gift will mean so much. Thank you!
(Originally featured in Family First, Issue 760)
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