Bunk bed for Noga’s children
Noga, 50, is going through a particularly rough time. She and her husband Rafi, 48, live separately but are raising their three children, a seven-year-old daughter and three-year-old twins, together.
Noga, who specializes in public relations for artists, is currently living with her three children, her mother and her grandmother in an old, four-room apartment. With the burdens of taking care of three young children, one of whom is autistic and an elderly grandmother, Noga had to cut back her working hours. When the Corona crisis hit, there was even less work available and her income dropped further. Rafi contributes what he can, but it isn’t much.
Noga currently sleeps in a room with both twins, all of them sharing one bed. She desperately needs a bunk bed, which is the only kind of bed that would fit in the room, but cannot afford one. At the very least, both Noga and her children deserve a good night’s sleep.