American Friends of Magen David Adom: Saving Lives In Israel

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American Friends of Magen David Adom

There’s nothing more important than saving a life.

American Friends of Magen David Adom: Saving Lives In Israel

In celebration of Israel’s 68th birthday, you can play a critical role in saving lives in Israel by helping fund an MDA ambulance. All donations are doubled thanks to matching funds!

$106,825 Donated of $100,000 goal
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  • Alona Metz $12

  • daniel solano f. $1

  • Joseph Bornstein $0

  • D Max Marantz $3

  • Arthur Blank $2

  • Andrew Baruch $8

  • Bruce Rubenstein $6

  • Roger David Goodwin $12

  • Fern Reiss $12

  • Ari Reznick $11

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In celebration of Israel’s 68th birthday, you can play a critical role in saving lives in Israel by helping fund an MDA ambulance. All donations are doubled thanks to matching funds!

 Thank you to everyone who helped American Friends of Magen David Adom reach our goal! While the iAm Israel campaign is now over, you still can make a difference by saving lives in Israel.

For more information, visit www.afmda.org.

As the world's most experienced mass-casualty response organization, Magen David Adom cares for Israel’s more than 8 million people.

At MDA, we believe it's not enough to have
the best-trained and fastest-responding EMTs and paramedics. We also must maintain a fleet of state-of-the-art ambulances — ready to respond and save lives in Israel.

Thank you for your generosity and for saving lives in Israel.

Like every nation, Israel faces routine daily emergencies like heart attacks and car accidents.

Hit with almost every imaginable kind of attack, from rockets and suicide bombings to stabbings and vehicular assaults on pedestrians, the ongoing threat of terrorism and war means MDA must be prepared. One of the best ways to fight terrorism in Israel is to save its victims.

MDA is mandated by the Israeli government to serve as Israel’s official emergency medical response agency, but it’s not funded by the government. MDA relies on generous supporters like you to fund ambulances, training, supplies, and infrastructure.

For more information, visit www.afmda.org.