Dear Klal Yisrael,
I am reaching out to you on behalf of one of your dear brothers, an ehrliche ben torah, Rav Amram Kroizer.
Rav Amram, a father of 8 children lives in Beit Shemesh and learns in Kollel. He is a precious Yid with tremendous yiras shamayim. His ameilus batorah, middos and dikduk bi’halacha is something to emulate.
Although Rav Amram’s home is small and his budget is meager, his heart is enormous. A few years ago, R’ Amram took upon himself to help a Yid who was suffering immensely physically, emotionally and financially. This Yid had no family to rely on. Rav Amram was told by his Rebbi that this was an inyan of pikauch nefesh. With that in mind, he paid the Yid’s basic daily expenses, medical bills and court fees (the Yid was divorced and fighting court battles as his ex-wife wanted to take Yiddishkeit away from his children, etc.).
As Rav Amram is not a man of means, all of this money was borrowed. After three plus years of helping the Yid, Rav Amram found himself with about 100,000$ of debt. (Unfortunately, the Yid has since passed away at a young age.) It has been more than 5 years since that time and Rav Amram is still tirelessly running between gemachs to attempt to pay his debts. The burden of his debt is too difficult to bear.
R’ Amram’s family members are ehrliche Yerushalmi yidden. Despite trying to help him, they have large families and budgets that they also struggle to maintain. His father did travel to the USA to fundraise for him but did not raise enough money to cover all of the debts.
Please open your heart for R’ Amram as he did for his brother in Klal Yisrael and help pay his debts.
Your contribution can make a difference.
R’ Amram has a haskama from R’ Yizchok Sheiner Zatzal and R’ Naftali Gefen from Kamenitzer Yeshiva in Yerushalyaim. Please see attached letter for details.