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United Hatzalah’s work is a true fulfillment of the Talmudic dictate, “Whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved an entire world.”
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The Leno-funded ambucycle will be added to the fleet of more than 400 such vehicles used by United Hatzalah’s emergency response volunteers.
After miraculously surviving a stabbing attack, Hananel David faced and overcame his PTSD to return the gift of life he received.
ZAKA Search and Rescue has recently launched an online donor matching campaign to raise money to purchase, equip and maintain five ZAKA ambulances.
As Deaths in Israel Skyrocket From Wave of Terror, ZAKA Search and Rescue Ambulances Urgently Needed
There are presently only two ZAKA ambulances which cover the entire Jerusalem and Gush Etzion regions, not nearly enough to cope with the wave of terror.
This week Israel’s primary rescue and recovery volunteer organization, ZAKA, was unanimously granted international consultative and observer status.
Last week, a group of American university students attended a life-altering presentation at the ZAKA office in Jerusalem.
Hatzalah is a volunteer Emergency Medical Service (EMS) organization known for their speedy response time when arriving to an emergency.