brAvery is excited to recycle & re+cycle to make a difference! But we need help, too.
Mom told us it would be easier to move before my last brain angiogram. We would be closer to family & UCLA, but I want to stay here. I love my town & the community is like family! So, for me, Mom refuses to give up. We lost our car, house & medical insurance but we're still here & smiling. Mom has always taken care of us & still stresses out about planning for everything because "you never know what might happen!" But how could she prepare for a kid with an illness with no cure?
I have a positive attitude NO MATTER WHAT, but it's sad to see how hard things are now, especially for my brothers. While we await a non-profit status for all our recycling goals, we have a temporary fund set up with the only local organization (501c3) whose mission is to serve the Jewish community. The organization is equipped to manage & allocate ALL contributions to living expenses and providing the best care during this waiting game. Guess what? It isn't a very fun game, but I am still really happy. I hope you can help. Every little bit adds up, and I plan to pay it forward.
Chabad of Moorpark
*(Interim Emergency Fund)
Chabad of Moorpark is a 501c3. Our family is most appreciative of Chabad's immediate assistance in creating The Avery Sax Fund and allocating ALL donations to basic living expenses (rent, utilities, transportation) making certain we are able to provide the best environment and medical care possible during this waiting game.
Please visit www.jewishmoorpark.com click on "Donate" and be sure to note "Avery Sax" or "brAvery Fund" for the Description. This is an account solely for Avery. If mailing a check: Chabad of Moorpark 11958 Honeybrook Moorpark, CA 93021
*Rabbi & Devorah Leah have established Chabad of Moorpark, dedicated to serving all Jews with an unconditional love and concern, regardless of background and affiliation.