Giving is more meaningful when it's done together.
With United Hatzalah's MyMitzvah crowdfunding platform, create a campaign and make a difference that lasts forever.
MyMitzvah is a crowdfunding platform that enables you to raise money for lifesaving equipment. With campaigns that are easy to set up, it's the perfect way to celebrate life events such as bar/bat mitzvahs, yartzheits and birthdays.
An EpiPen is an auto injector pen that's filled with adrenaline. It can immediately stops an anaphylactic shock (severe allergic allergy). Each set contains two pens: one for a child and one for an adult.
Defibrillator for Synagogue
Bluebird Communication Device
Our current communication devices, which have enabled us to respond to life-threatening emergencies in less than 3 minutes, are now outdated. They are rapidly becoming obsolete and must be replaced urgently! It is crucial that United Hatzalah upgrades the standard-issue communications devices for its 5,000 volunteers to PTT-enabled 4G smartphones before the outmoded Motorola PTT devices become totally inoperable. These LG Bluebird RP350 rugged smartphones allow our lifesavers to be alerted to emergencies closest to them and continue to save lives.
Save lives by donating a compact life-saving machine - a defibrillator. All United Hatzalah medics need to carry one of these lifesaving devices to be able to restart a heart and give someone another chance at life.
Train & Equip a New Medic
Outfit 1 medic for 1 year. Afford them the equipment, supplies and refresher training they need to save lives. It's a great investment. Help save a life and you have helped save an entire world!
Defibrillator for Synagogue & Bulletproof Vest
Sponsor a Ten Kavod Medic
TRAUMA MEDICAL KIT
United Hatzalah knows the importance of the question "What's in the bag?" While nothing can be predicted, everything can be prepared for. This complete medical kit will enable our volunteers to treat those in need with the highest level of emergency care.
This complete kit will accompany and enable our United Hatzalah volunteers in their rescue missions.