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This campaign was created by Coral Sellouk and The Old City Students

Join us in raising funds and awareness for United Hatzalah of Israel. We are doing this In Honor Of A Refuah Shleima for Chaya Liel Bat Tali (Younessian) and In Recognition Of our time spent studying in the Old City of Jerusalem .
Our goal is to raise: $ 1,800
Funding:
Bluebird Communication Device
Currency:
dollar
We have raised: $ 1,932 of
$ 1,800
Please help us reach our goal!

Message to sponsors:

2 ½ year old Chaya Liel was admitted to Cedars Sinai hospital in Los Angeles on March 13, 2018 in critical condition due to drowning. She remains in a coma from a severe brain injury with her family by her side while we flood Shamayim with prayer. We are starting a campaign called #savinglivestosavealife that will raise money for United Hatzalah. This money will be used for the equipment of the UH first responders of Israel, aiding them in their procedures and emergencies. This will be a Zchut for a full and speedy recovery of Chaya Liel Bat Tali.

Leora Gollish, Boca Raton, Florida

Chana Begoun, Chicago, Illinois

Ariel Forman, Teaneck, New Jersey

We are 3 students, all with different stories and backgrounds but we've got two things in common. We are all living and studying in the Old City of Jerusalem and we all want to help United Hatzalah. With the help of the amazing people at United Hatzalah, we have teamed together to raise funds for an e-bike to be used in the Old City. The Old City, or the "rova" as we call it, is a unique place which poses many challenges to first responders that aren't as applicable to other areas of Israel. With all the stairs and narrow alleyways, it is very challenging for first responders to get to where they need to go, even on a motorcycle! We hope to never need these resources but we're making it our goal to make sure the responders have what they need in order to get to emergencies in our own backyard. We hope they'll be able to do this all within Hatzalah's average response time of just 90 seconds!

Please join us in raising funds for this crucial piece of lifesaving equipment.

Donations raised to date:

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Refuah sheleima of Chaya Liel bay tali and the refuah sheleim of Daniel Chai Ben Sara halevi! May Hashem answer all our teffilot L’Tovah.
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Menachem G
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Refuah Sheleima! May she have a full speedy recovery!
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Refua Sheleima
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May Chana bat Liel have a full and speedy recovery and be able to go home to her family and give them nachat
Elsa L
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Toda.
Nazila A
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May Chaya liel bat Tali get better soon!! In the merit of her recovery and all those who are sick! Also in memory of Yehuda Leib ben Yosef my father and my sister - chana shaina bat Yehuda Leib... May both their souls be elevated and may all the amazing work being done help many people!!! Thank you for this and I pray many lives will be saved and the money will be raised! Jsk
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Devorah T
Tizku Lamitzvot
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Elie G
Refuah Shelemah! בשורות טובות!
Esti S
Irving and Libby F
Michael N
Priva S
Etiel F
Keep up all the good work!
Miriam B
You go girl!!
Judie and ala B
Chana You make us so proud. We love you so Nonnie and Poppa
Mark and Sari W
Wonderful cause!
Jay and Ora F
Kol hakavod!!
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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.