Support United Hatzalah
In Israel, we run many programs to teach our network of new EMTs and provide refresher courses. There are many ways to get involved.
Women’s Initiative United Hatzalah has a network of over 6,500 volunteer medics, of which close to 1,000 are women, and our goal is to increase this number significantly over the next 4 years Our Mission The Women’s Initiative of United Hatzalah unites women all over the world under our shared goal of saving lives in […]
United Hatzalah’s Giving Club Have the experience of a lifetime on the NCSY’s EMT training summer program, Hatzalah Rescue About Members of The Giving Club are sustaining partners of United Hatzalah of Israel. Through giving recurring daily donations, processed once a month, The Giving Club is an important part of all the lifesaving activity United […]
The Weisz Family IMAH Initiative To train and place Israeli widows in the field of emergency medicine and provide pathways to income and fulfillment while helping others and saving lives. Donate to this program About Us United Hatzalah has partnered with the Weisz family to launch the pilot for a job-training program for Israeli mothers […]
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Our Corporate Social Responsibility Model is a project that offers big companies to do medic courses for their employees
The Psychotrauma & Crisis Response Unit’s mission is to enhance the lifesaving efforts of
Have the experience of a lifetime on the NCSY’s EMT training summer program, Hatzalah Rescue
The program is highly effective and significantly cuts down waiting time in the ER. Today, the program has expanded greatly, currently providing aid to eleven hospitals throughout Israel, and we are in the process of bringing the program to another four.
United Hatzalah is signed up for the Iggul Hatova or “Round-Up” credit card program that enables individuals to donate a percent of their spendings automatically through their Israeli credit card.
The Workplace Safety Program offers to train an institution’s staff on the basics of first-aid so that if there were to be an urgent situation on the work site, the staff would know what to do until a medic or EMT arrives.
“Our life-saving efforts are bringing people from different towns closer together and strengthening all of our communities.”