Marriage is on the calendar for our dear Malky G. You’ve seen
and read about her in previous issues, and many of you have supported her during her years of
residence at the Home.
from a broken family, socially orphaned, Malky and her charming smile,
helpfulness, and positive attitude got her through the rough hurdles of early
childhood and adolescence. Her original
feelings of rejection and abandonment turned into emotional acceptance in the
warm enveloping atmosphere of the Home. She has been a continuous source of
comfort to many new housemates as they integrated into the Home’s extended
family of sisters. Malky’s ‘take charge’ personality has endeared her to all
the girls she’s shared a life with for almost a decade.
Now it’s Malky’s turn to receive the help she needs to move on
into a future of happiness – to lead a normal and healthy life. So, as she prepares to stand under the
chuppah in August with her future bridegroom, Lev LaLev’s job is not yet done.
In our ongoing mission to raise our girls to be productive citizens in Israeli
society, we do our utmost to provide them with higher education. We make sure
they have a profession/trade, so they can live proudly and raise a family with
In this vein, Malky is still attending a culinary trade school
where she majors in catering food prep/design. She has supervised and decorated many of our “In-House”
events and presentations with great acclaim. She has enhanced the mood at
birthday parties, holiday plays, and when the Home hosted visitors from all
over the world. And, Malky is also receiving psychological help so she can
transition from being a housemate at the Rubin-Zeffren Children’s Home, to
being “the woman of the house” in her very own new apartment when she gets
All of us at Lev LaLev, Bracha Runes, our Programs Director in
Netanya, and Malky, are so thankful for all your help in the past – for bringing up up this
young woman who is still being prepared for her future. We’re almost there – on the ‘home stretch’ to
that BIG DAY.
all so excited for Malky and her husband-to-be ~ and know we can still count
on your help until she takes the steps towards walking down the aisle. Like good parents, her future is still “in our hands!”