Hatzolah needs you

Imagine being asked to stop whatever you are doing right now, no matter how important,

and run get into your car and go help a complete stranger in need. No so easy, right?

Hatzolah members did this over 9000 times this year, and continues to do so more than 25 times every day! 

Unfortunately, we have all read too many stories lately where Hatzolah’s immediate response was critical and lifesaving. We hope that we never need Hatzolah’s services again, but, we need to be prepared – Venishmartem me’od lenafshoseichem. But, saving lives takes more than just the dedication of Hatzolah members – it takes the dedication of the entire community. 

You probably heard about it in shul this past Shabbos, Shabbos Hatzolah. Hatzolah needs you.

Hatzolah of Central Jersey (formerly Hatzolah Lakewood), responsible for more than 200 square miles in Lakewood, Toms River, Jackson, Howell and Brick with a colossal budget of $2,000,000 annually, relies on you doing your part to partner in Hatzolah’s lifesaving work. 

This year’s Tomeich Campaign’s theme – “MyHatzolah” tells the story of what Hatzolah is all about. It’s not JUST the member’s Hatzolah, it’s everyone’s Hatzolah.

We are all equally responsible to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our entire Kehillah.

Hatzolah is asking everyone to donate just $1 dollar a day to partner with us in our lifesaving work. Please don’t wait, become a Tomeich Hatzolah now. 

Click here to donate: www.hatzolahcj.org

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