Imagine a medical emergency or a disaster. We call and an ambulance appears within minutes. The citizens of Israel do the same, but they rely on a mostly volunteer Emergency Medical System, MAGEN DAVID ADOM. Their equipment, including their ambulances, is mostly funded through donations from ordinary people like us. I wanted to provide an ambulance for Israel for $100,000. It was a big goal, and we could not do it by the time I became a Bar Mitzvah.
I am keeping my campaign open until December 31. Let's do what we can. Let's raise $30,000 for a a special motorcycle that can get to places ambulances cannot reach.
Every donation counts. Together, we raised $1000, and AFMDA will provide one medic with a gear bag. We are close to sending a second bag. Please keep donating.
We have decided to keep this campaign open until December 31, 2016.