Mohamed Bzeek takes care of terminally ill children and says that he is glad to be a part of their lives.
In times of violence, despair and hate, there are people who adopt orphans or help poor kids across the world, restoring faith in humanity one child at a time. There are also few who devote their time to something more special and giving hope to those who lack it the most.
Having a child with a terminal disease can be devastating, but a man in the US is doing something unique by fostering critically ill children. Having moved to US from Libya in the 70s, Mohamed Bzeek has fostered 40 children by far.
Although 10 terminally ill have died under his care and others face the same fate, Bzeek says he is just happy to be a part of their lives. Bzeek says he doesn’t seek appreciation, but is only doing it for his heart. He also has a Go Fund Me page for help to take care of the kids.