Sunday, April 10, 2011

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We Interrupt our Passover Charity Campaign…

…for a terror victim – victim of a WAR CRIME – charity campaign.

Daniel Viflic, a 16 year old boy in high school, was critically injured when the school bus he was riding was DELIBERATELY TARGETED and struck with a Kornet Russian laser guided anti-tank missile (with a range of 5 1/2km – 3.5 miles).

Daniel is in (very) critical condition, which has included major shrapnel injuries to his head and vital organs.  His family asks all of us to daven for his survival and recuperation (Raphael Daniel Arieh ben Tamar).

His family runs a small family restaurant and catering business, which naturally is shut down as they deal with this horrific tragedy.  Besides needing the top medical assistance for Daniel, they also need some community support to cover their normal expenses (and before Passover is their peak business season) while they focus on their son’s survival.

Lema'an Achai, a Jewish charity in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel, is coordinating all efforts to help the family together with One Family (who specialize in assisting Terror Victims) and "Paamonim" (who specialize in financial and small business structuring).

* How You Can Help *

In order to float the business and the family until after Passover, $10,000 is immediately needed.  This is a definite and immediate need. Depending on Daniel's progress, there will likely be other financial impact also.

A special Emergency Fund has therefore been established for the Viflics, by Lema'an Achai, and donations are tax deductible in Israel, the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom.

You can donation directly at this link, which includes credit card and check options.

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