Year End 2023

Our volunteers are on the front-lines right now. They are risking their own lives to save their brothers and sisters, operating under continuous rocket fire and
terrorist incursions.

The Hamas massacre of Israeli civilians and the ongoing war means that our lifesaving equipment is getting depleted faster than ever before. Our medics need more oxygen tanks, defibrillators, tourniquets and trauma bandages. Plus, we must immediately outfit an additional 2,000 volunteers with helmets and protective vests so they can continue to operate under rocket fire and war overhead.

United Hatzalah has one mission – saving lives – and we never get sidetracked. Nothing else matters in the race to save as many lives as possible. In war and in peace, our volunteers keep moving forward. They keep rescuing the vulnerable