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Sully Israel's Campaign

Please join me in raising funds for United Hatzalah of Israel. I am doing this in honor of My Bar Mitzvah.

Message to sponsors:

Thanks to the incredible support of family and friends, my initial project goal to sponsor a volunteer has been reached. Yet I still believe we can accomplish so much more together - additional contributions will be used to purchase critically needed medical supplies. I chose to support United Hatzalah of Israel for my Bar Mitzvah project because it not only helps Jews, but anyone in need. Also, I love that anybody can volunteer for Hatzalah, which brings so many diverse people from different religions and ethnic backgrounds together. But, most of all I love that Hatzalah has saved many lives, is saving many lives, and will keep saving many lives. Please join me in supporting this project by donating online or mailing a donation to Friends of United Hatzalah, 208 East 51st Street, Suite 303, New York, NY 10022. Please include Sully's Bar Mitzvah in the memo line.

Donations raised to date:

Peggy Smith
Jimmy Evangelatos
Brittany Borowitz
Winifred Lender
Bob Seaman
Johanna Israel
Janet Friesen
Amy Wendel
Jesse Israel
Paul Johnson
Monica Calderon
Robin Kopeikin
Johanna Israel
Eric Haessler
Robert Israel
Robert Bralver
Mary Yoder
Gail Parent
Anne Barnett
Misha Cooper
Mollie Israel
Barbara and Alvin Weisbrod Solomon
Robert Fell
Alison Oshinsky
Judy Karin
Jeremy Garelick
Gail Tennen
Suzanne Peck
Sarah Zelman
Chris Caretto
Jennifer Levy
David Kendall
Monica Calderon
Richard and Shari Foos
Wayne and Audrey Kliman
Dara Charlton
Vicky and Gary Linker
Nace Cohen
Tamar and Rudy Goldflam
Robert Kaplan
Bake Sale !
Gayle Sandekk
Rae and Kevin Sullivan
Sarah Rochman

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.