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UNITED HATZALAH CANADA WOMEN'S INITIATIVE's Campaign

Please join us in raising funds for United Hatzalah of Israel. We are doing this in recognition of the Women’s Initiative launch. Our goal is to support, recruit and train female medics across Israel.

Message to sponsors:

The Women's Initiative of United Hatzalah unites women worldwide under the shared mission to save lives in Israel. We support the training and equipment of female medics in Israel, and our main goal is to increase United Hatzalah’s Women's Division to 1,000 female medics by 2025.

To attain this goal, we aim to recruit and train female community members through a rigorous 180-hour medic training course recognized by Israel's Ministry of Health. This certification is effecting positive social change for women across the country by equipping these volunteers with the knowledge, experience and confidence required to act swiftly, competently, and responsibly when faced with any type of medical emergency. 

Trainees are required to pass written and practical exams, with an additional 20 hours of ambulance staffing, as well as completing an initiation period that includes 100 supervised calls before becoming fully-fledged United Hatzalah volunteers.

The cost to support, train, and equip a new female medic who will become a critical member of the Women’s Initiative is CDN $12,000.

Your support will enable her to assist 250 or more people annually while also providing this courageous woman with employment skills and opportunities.

 

Donations raised to date:

Marissa Rosenfeld
Rachel Haar
Rachel Haar
Hailey Remer
Carole Gruson
Karen Leitner
Lani Lieberman
Jennifer Pearlman
Leora Roth
Michal Leneman
Donna Silver
Paula Zivot and Garry Samuel
Nathalie Gluckstein
Rose Rahmani
Esther S
Felicy Stone
Rachel and Sadie Haar
Danielle Himmel

About United Hatzalah

United Hatzalah is an independent, non-profit, fully volunteer Emergency Medical Services organization that provides the fastest and free emergency medical first response throughout Israel. United Hatzalah's service is available to all people without regard to race, religion or national origin.