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Gabrielle Stein's Campaign

Join me in raising funds and awareness for United Hatzalah of Israel. I am doing this in celebration of My Bat Mitzvah .

Message to sponsors:

Hi! My Bat Mitzvah is going to be in December and my Bat Mitzvah Tzedakah Project is to raise money for the volunteer ambulance Corps Hatzolah in Israel to help children and adults in medical emergencies. They are also first responders for terrorist attacks too. My cousin in Israel is a paramedic with Hatzolah. I really think donations are really important to keep their work going. In January I plan to visit Israel and I hope to see for myself what they are doing; Maybe I can report what I learned online here! On a smaller step, I am making "Tzadaka Band" rainbow loom bracelets for friends in order to raise money for this project too. I am using my own allowance money to pay for the supplies. Hopefully this will go well too! See this really awesome video http://youtu.be/F67ehSogJ_Y about Hatzolah and how it brings different people in Israel together to do the greatest mitzvah in the world - Saving a Life! Help me save lives by donating to my Hatzolah Bat Mitzvah Campaign. Thank you! Gabbi Stein Los Angeles

Donations raised to date:

sonja and ted p
mazal tov on your bat mitzvah! great mitzvah project. love sonja and ted
Eve R
Mazel Tov! Good luck with Mitzvah project
Miriam K
Mazal tov! What a wonderful project. Good luck! Miriam Katz (a friend of your parents)
Kira & Michel S
We are so proud of you Gabbi! Starting your Bat Mitzvah off with such a Mitzvah, with all the learning you are doing is so exciting to see! Love, Mommy & Daddy
Anonymous A
Jonas and Judith G
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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.