Hatzolah To Hold Their Annual ‘Pushka For Pizza’ Campaign This Sunday

Hatzolah’s Annual Pushka for Pizza Campaign will be taking place this Sunday. Anyone who brings a Hatzolah Pushka with a minimum of $5 in it to any of the designated locations, will receive a voucher for a free slice of pizza from either, JII, Pizza Plus, Pizza Place or Village Pizza.

Locations for the pizza campaign, are the Heathwood garage, the Royal Ct. Garage, or the ambulance in the Kosher Village shopping center.

Hours are from 12 pm-6 p.m.

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  1. if i bring a pushka with 5 dollars in it will Hatzolah start supporting the fire drpt by responding to calls ? We would love the support and it kind of feels like we are not good enough to come out and stand by in case one of us gets injured !!!

  2. What a great promotion!

    If I bring in $500 in my pushkuh, can I get 100 vouchers?

    I assume the pizza is donated by the pizza shops? I cant imagine hatzolah uses part of the funds from the pushkah to pay for the pizza?

  3. #1. I assume that you are not a FF & you were never at a fire scene. There are plenty of Lakewood First Aid members & EMS personnel on scene. Also, as per the state of New Jersey EMS & First Aid are primary for standby.

  4. yanky i am a firefighter in lakewood , i have been for a long time, and we do have ems on scene untill the voluntees get there. and they stay untill every piece of equipment is picked up. my question is why is it always lakewood vol and not hatzolah ? the fire yesterday was what 1250 feet from their firstaid building but no one came out ? why is that ? i am asking a honest question.

  5. If hatzolah would be called then they would respond. The fire personell can be assured that if hatzolah services would be required then hatzolah would respond without any hesitation and would deliver the highest possible care to their professional counterparts. Hatzolah isn’t needed by every standy as that would just cause added personell,vehicles to an already busy scene.if the scene commander feels that additional resources are needed then hatzolah dispatch would be contacted and the resources will be sent.

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