The Jewish Innovation
Baruch Dayan Ha’emet It is with deep sadness and a torn heart that we inform you that Noa Esther bat Rivka encountered complications and passed away on Erev Chag. Although the Keytruda was effective and she was free from cancer in the brain, she suddenly had a growth in the lung and within one week, she passed.
On behalf of Riki and Yachdav we thank the thousands of you who helped and brought Noa to her Bat Mitzvah 5 weeks ago, a memory that will be of comfort to Noa’s mom forever. Riki requested to personally to thank and each and everyone of you and let you know that each moment spent with her precious daughter were moments that will bring her some consolation. She welcomes contact and visits if you are in Israel in the future.
We would like to give a special thank you to the girls of the Hebrew Academy of Atlanta who befriended Noa via Skype.
With a heavy and torn heart;
American Friends of Yachdav Foundation, a registered 501c3 nonprofit in the U.S.A. , IRS # 56-2441110
C/o Mr. David Greenbaum
819 Caffrey Ave.
Far Rockaway, N.Y. 11691-5214
“To save one life is as if you saved the world”. To save Noa’s life is to save a future generation of a Jewish family. When we come together to help and save someone we have never met, there is nothing more powerful in showing the unity of the Jewish people.
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Every dollar donated was used to purchase Noa’s life saving medication and to help Noa’s family. After a tragedy of this proportion, memories slowly fade and people return to their normal life. Not so for the family. Yachdav is unique in that we continue to to assist the family until they can return to some sense of normal life and become self sustaining again. Yachdav continues to help Noa’s family after the tragedy financially and emotionally.
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