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Join us in raising funds and awareness for United Hatzalah of Israel. We are doing this in memory of Ezra Schwartz, H'Y'D' .

Message to sponsors:

On November 19, 2015 Ezra Schwartz of Sharon, Massachusetts was brutally murdered in a "Palestinian" terror attack.

Many of you only know of Ezra Schwartz as the sports-loving kid who was honored by a moment of silence at the New England Patriots football game.

But did you know this about Ezra?  

Eli Beer, founder and president of United Hatzalah, wrote:

5 years ago, I had the privilege to speak with some very special bar mitzvah boys at a dedication ceremony in Sharon, Massachusetts. Together they had donated an ambucycle to United Hatzalah. One of the boys who made that dedication ceremony possible was Ezra Schwartz. It hit me like a ton of bricks when I realized that the amazing young yeshiva student who was killed here last week in a terror attack in Gush Etzion, was Ezra from Sharon, and that his name had been riding on a United Hatzalah ambucycle here in Israel since 2010. Our volunteer medics responded to the attack but it was out of our hands. My heart goes out to the Schwartz family. I have no words to express the loss I feel over Ezra’s being taken in this way. All I can do is echo the words of Lynn, one of the mothers of the Bar Mitzvah boys of 5 years ago, “It gives us such great comfort to know that Ezra's name and neshama is riding through the streets of Yerushalayim saving lives”. A couple of years ago, the volunteer who rides this ambucycle, was the first to respond to the 4 year old daughter of Yonatan Razel, who fell off a roof, straight on her head and helped save her life. Ezras ambucycle was the reason that he was able to get there so quickly. May Ezra’s memory be a blessing.

(See the pictures above of the ambucycle that Ezra helped donate)

The Patriots holding a minute of silence is all very nice BUT......

THIS is the real tribute to Ezra Schwartz, H'Y'D!

THIS is the person that the terrorist animals stole from this world!

For this reason we ask that those who wish to do something in Ezra's memory please donate to Hatzalah of Israel towards the purchase of an ambucycle as he did with his Bar Mitzvah money.

The same way he honored his becoming a Bar Mitzvah is the way we should honor his all too short life.....

Please join us in raising funds for this piece of lifesaving medical equipment in Ezra's memory. Any amount you give brings us closer to our goal and will help save more lives in Israel, the Land that Ezra loved.  

Donations raised to date:

victoria w
In Memory of EZRA and in honor of Shmuel and Brenda Lauer. Vicky and Jeff Klein
Debbie I
ב"ה This is just the sort of memorial I was looking to donate to. I know Ezra's grandparents and his mother and aunts. I think this is a fitting memorial.
Joan & Bernard I
ב"ה I know Ezra's grandparents. I think this is a fitting memorial.
Joan & Bernard I
ב"ה I know Ezra's grandparents. I think this is a fitting memorial.
anonymous
Wonderful project in memory of Ezra Schwartz HY"D! Thank you Shmuel for arranging this mitzvah!
Friends from H
We are very sorry for your loss from your friends at H Schultz & Sons
anonymous
anonymous
Thanks Lauer Family for initiating this. :)
joseph f
Robin & Steven F
anonymous
Shmuel & Brenda L
In honor of "The Boy", Yehuda Lauer's Birthday!
David and Sheri D
Chaim & Phyllis L
Stuart and Carol K
בשורות טובות
Rachael and Yoel N
Maurice S
A fitting tribute. Well done Shmuel
Joseph and Yaffa L
anonymous
Moshe F
Kol Hakavod Shmuel. Folks, lets make this happen!
anonymous
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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.