Can I borrow your pen, please?

Help save countless lives by equipping volunteer medics
with EpiPens to reverse fatal allergic reactions.

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284
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Michael Harris

3 days ago

$18.45

Anonymous

2 weeks ago

₪2,337.00

Paulette Weber

2 weeks ago

€180.00

Shoshana Rosen

3 weeks ago

₪225.00

Anonymous

Behatzlacha!

3 weeks ago

₪135.00

יוסף רימל

3 weeks ago

₪1,025.00

Nathan Spigelman

Tyfys. Ggb

3 weeks ago

$250.00

Anonymous

3 weeks ago

₪435.00

Richard Steinberg

3 weeks ago

€100.00

Gail Scoufield

1 month ago

$100.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$18.00

Dr. Leo Davids

Lechaim , may this help those in need .

1 month ago

C$205.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$36.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$18.00

Anonymous

Keep up the fantastic work. You really save lives.

1 month ago

₪435.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪230.62

Anonymous

Because you never know when YOU might need an EpiPen... Keep up all the good work.

1 month ago

₪435.00

Gabi and Talia Kesselman

1 month ago

₪870.00

ROSALIND GOLDSTEIN

GOOD LUCK FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS IN SAVING LIVES THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO

1 month ago

£51.25

jaime carranza

Blessed be thy name, blessings to my people in Israel!!!

1 month ago

$40.00

Michael Banyas

1 month ago

$36.90

Anonymous

1 month ago

$138.38

Anonymous

1 month ago

$135.00

Anonymous

Good luck, and thank you.

1 month ago

₪102.50

Shlomi Moshkovits

1 month ago

₪100.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$18.00

James Sammet

1 month ago

$1,230.00

Meir Kohn

1 month ago

$500.00

Aaron Glatt

1 month ago

₪445.87

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪1,305.00

Paul Glasser

1 month ago

$135.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$138.38

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪138.38

Stacy Spigelman

Thank you YoniSpigelman for your selfless devotion to helping those in need.

1 month ago

$138.38

Anonymous

good luck with your appeal

1 month ago

£40.00

Jonathan Glaubach

1 month ago

$900.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪1,500.00

Liam Smokey

Fpe rachel holzer

1 month ago

₪230.62

Tzvi Hofman

Thanks for the visit

1 month ago

C$184.50

sharon sheinfeld

1 month ago

$36.90

Judy Siegel-Itzkovich

`The Sukkot concert was geared for kids and not adults, so it was a disappointment for us, but I am donating an Epipen set anyway.

1 month ago

₪435.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$135.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$25.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$138.38

Judy Silberberg

1 month ago

$500.00

eric levy

This donation is made with appreciation of Eliran Uziel's kind gift of his table to us for free!! We are grateful and want to pass on the mitzvah.

1 month ago

$55.35

Lewis Carness

In Honor of Roy Hellman

1 month ago

$36.90

Anonymous

1 month ago

$10.00

Robin and Charles Weiss

1 month ago

$300.00

Penny Basch

1 month ago

$1,800.00

Meredith & Kenny Yager

In honor of Aliza Bashansky

1 month ago

$2,025.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$415.12

Anonymous

1 month ago

$36.90

Anonymous

1 month ago

$36.90

Sylvia Lerner

1 month ago

₪102.50

Robert Lowinger

Sukkkos ticket price difference

1 month ago

$720.00

Michele and Eric Ehrenhaus

1 month ago

$54.00

Andrew Miller

1 month ago

£76.88

Alan Kleinman

1 month ago

$25.62

Anonymous

1 month ago

$1,000.00

John Fransman

1 month ago

₪1,000.00

Gary Davida Stadtmauer

1 month ago

$100.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪2,000.00

Steven Ginsberg

In memory of Chaim Ginsberg

1 month ago

$135.00

Raizy Cohen

In memory of Ruth Hecht

1 month ago

₪3,920.00

Sarah Maslow

1 month ago

₪102.50

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪50.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$102.50

Alexander Sharfman

1 month ago

₪225.00

Sheila Barden

1 month ago

$18.45

Emma Tabakin

1 month ago

$36.00

Elissa Bluth

1 month ago

$135.00

Jodi Kahn

Keep saving Lives! In honor of Harrison Hillel Kahn, volunteer EMT and our son.

1 month ago

$138.38

Nechama Groner

1 month ago

$100.00

Sandra Hoffman

1 month ago

$18.45

Gary Gleicher

1 month ago

$100.00

Anonymous

Thank you so much for your important work. I prefer if you put these epipens in or nearby a Jewish community most in need of epipens (based on current epipen availability per-capita). If there is equal need and Jewish communities in the periphery are also most in need, you can consider that (such as the Golan, or anywhere in the periphery). The main thing is whichever Jewish community is in...

1 month ago

$2,767.50

Samuel Shiel

1 month ago

$138.38

Anonymous

1 month ago

$180.00

Pearl Rubin

1 month ago

$18.45

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪18.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$18.45

Terry Dray

1 month ago

₪180.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$138.38

Avi Baurberg

1 month ago

$36.00

Yehuda and Shelley Dayag

1 month ago

₪184.50

Anonymous

1 month ago

$135.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪67.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

₪225.00

Nancy and Joseph Tenenbaum

Kol hakavod to Eli Beer and the entire team.

1 month ago

$369.00

Esther Lightstone

In honor of Eli Beer and his amazing team.

1 month ago

$360.00

Fred Naider

1 month ago

$50.00

Tzvi Meister

1 month ago

$36.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$18.45

Anonymous

1 month ago

$100.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

$184.50

Anonymous

1 month ago

$100.00

Reynold M. Stein

1 month ago

$138.00

Averim and Evelyn Stavsky

1 month ago

$360.00

Victoria Elton

****please gift aid my donation. I am a UK tax payer etc ***

1 month ago

£18.00

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Did you know?

EpiPens have an expiration date -- which makes it the most necessary item in the EMT toolkit! There continues to be an increase in the need for them. Help United Hatzalah volunteers in making sure that adults and children alike have access to stay alive when the unpredictable happens.

Saving Time. Saving Lives.

Founded in 2006, United Hatzalah has grown to become the largest independent, non-profit, nationally recognized and fully-volunteer emergency medical services (EMS) organization in Israel, responding to over 1,800 emergency calls a day. United Hatzalah's 6,000 medics, paramedics, and doctors create a web of emergency first responders, each connected to a GPS-based dispatch system which, together with our innovative transportation solutions, provides lifesaving aid faster than any other EMS organization in the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

United Hatzalah has democratized access to emergency medical services by providing its services free of charge and has improved victim outcomes by getting first responders to the scene of an emergency three times faster than an ambulance. Our volunteers, spotted at every medical emergency, have been dubbed 'Angels in Orange' after their trademark orange vests.

Provide our medics with EpiPens

In the moments it takes to save a life, the EpiPen is the most trusted and critical devices to change a more frightening fate. United Hatzalah's 6,200 volunteers need your help to keep EpiPens in supply.

Your donation of $135 supplies a 2-pack that will provide medical aid and support to adults and young children. Our goal, with your help, is to raise as many packs as possible for volunteers.

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