Sunday, May 03, 2020

Hatzolah! Hatzolah! Hatzolah!

I am having trouble breathing! Save me!
I still want to live!
My husband’s pulse is weak!
My elderly father is not responding!
My child is choking!
I am scared, I am afraid! The worst-case scenarios flash before my eyes!
I need Hatzolah, I need a medic. Save us!

It may seem that Hatzolah members run fearlessly into any scenario. These selfless heroes bravely respond to every situation without regard for their own safety. What gives them such remarkable courage? The truth is that we are mistaken in that assumption. The truth is that they are indeed frightened, their families waiting with bated breath after every call. The possibility of being infected while helping others is a real and tangible concern. Every call is followed by fervent prayers to the one above that they should not be affected. However, when a Yid calls out for help, these courageous individuals risk everything to save a fellow Jew. A true example of endless Ahavas Yisroel!

Yes, this is what Hatzolah does, this is what Hatzolah has always done, and this is what Hatzolah will continue doing.

They sacrifice their lives to save the lives of others.

Day and night.
Summer and winter
Rain or snow.
During Shabbos and Yom Tov.

This year our budget has also significantly increased due to the need for expanded safety measures, we need your help now more than ever.

Sunday and Monday.
$1,000,000.00 for Hatzolah in 36-hours.
A million for Hatzolah is a million for you.

Open Your Hearts

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