Beds for Adi and Nadav’s children
Adi, 36, and Nadav, 38, are doing their best to meet the physical and emotional needs of their eight young children (ages 2-15).
Nadav works in a shoe factory. Adi does not work outside of the home, as her children need a lot of attention. Two of the couple’s children are severely autistic. Neither of them can be left alone as they have no sense of danger and can easily harm themselves. At the same time, Adi is caring for three children under the age of five.
Adi and Nadav are incredibly devoted and loving parents. Between them, they have only one living parent, and they get no financial, physical, or emotional support.
The family of 10 currently lives in a small, cramped three-room apartment. They are on a waitlist for a larger, government-subsidized apartment.
In the meantime, Adi and Nadav desperately need beds for their children. Their youngest is still sleeping in a bassinet; their 3- and 4-year-olds are in cribs; the remaining five children sleep head-to-toe in two beds.
We would like to buy 2 bunk beds that open up, a total of 6 beds for the children.
Every growing child deserves a decent night’s sleep. Let’s help Adi and Nadav’s children get one.