Support United Hatzalah
Join Michal & Moshe to Support United Hatzalah
Help us provide funds for the immediate purchase of emergency medical equipment so that United Hatzalah's medics can continue responding to civilian and IDF victims
Raised: $ 3,185
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Message to sponsors
We were visiting Israel when this unfathomable tragedy began. Upon leaving Israel to return home, all I could think of was how I can help our Israeli brothers and sisters during this critical time, and we ask that you join us is raising funds for United Hatzalah of Israel. Over 1500 UH medics are actively in the warzone, responding to victims- both civilian and IDF soldiers, in addition to the rest of the volunteer network continuing to respond to day-to-day emergency medical situations. Resources are being depleted and we are urgently seeking donations of any size for the immediate purchase of emergency medical supplies.
To date, United Hatzalah has:
- 1,500 of its volunteers in the warzone
- dispatched 120+ rescue vehicles to Israel's southern region
- treated 2,000+ soldiers, adults, and children
- depleted their emergency resources and reserves
- continued to work together with the IDF
- transported 400+ patients to hospitals
Your help is needed now to protect Israel's people at their darkest hour.
Am Yisrael Chai
The Cherkas Crew
Talia & Sol Goldwyn
United Hatzalah of Israel is the largest independent, non-profit, fully volunteer Emergency Medical Service organization that provides the fastest and free emergency medical first response throughout Israel. United Hatzalah’s service is available to all people regardless of race, religion, or national origin. United Hatzalah has more than 7,000 volunteers around the country, available around the clock – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With the help of our unique GPS technology and our iconic ambucycles, our average response time is less than 3 minutes across the country and 90 seconds in metropolitan areas. Our mission is to arrive at the scene of medical emergencies as soon as possible and provide the patient with professional and appropriate medical aid until an ambulance arrives, resulting in many more lives saved.