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From Israel to California

Since two of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history occurred in Florida recently, MAGEN DAVID ADOM came to America to conduct mass casualty response training for Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe EMTs and law-enforcement officials.

“South Florida is faced with an increasing number of situations that could result in a high number of casualties,” said Gina Beato-Dominguez, a lieutenant with the Miami-Dade Police Department.

Israel is Saving Lives in Mozambique

Since two of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history occurred in Florida recently, MAGEN DAVID ADOM came to America to conduct mass casualty response training for Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe EMTs and law-enforcement officials.

“South Florida is faced with an increasing number of situations that could result in a high number of casualties,” said Gina Beato-Dominguez, a lieutenant with the Miami-Dade Police Department.

Saving Lives in America Also

Since two of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history occurred in Florida recently, MAGEN DAVID ADOM came to America to conduct mass casualty response training for Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and Monroe EMTs and law-enforcement officials.

“South Florida is faced with an increasing number of situations that could result in a high number of casualties,” said Gina Beato-Dominguez, a lieutenant with the Miami-Dade Police Department.

Three Modern-Day Heroes

MAGEN DAVID ADOM welcomes volunteer first responders from all over the world. Michael, from Austria, remembers the day he saved a baby’s life:

“I was assigned to Intensive Care Unit #23 at Station Ashdod when the call came in for my team to pick up a 17-day-old baby in the dangerous border region between Gaza and Israel.

A Real-Life Miracle Story

MAGEN DAVID ADOM welcomes volunteer first responders from all over the world. Michael, from Austria, remembers the day he saved a baby’s life:

“I was assigned to Intensive Care Unit #23 at Station Ashdod when the call came in for my team to pick up a 17-day-old baby in the dangerous border region between Gaza and Israel.

Thankful In Israel

When they heard the sirens and then a rocket explode, MAGEN DAVID ADOM First Responders Neomi and Einav rolled out immediately. They didn’t wait for the phone to ring. They were stationed in southern Israel, not far from the Gaza Strip.

They followed the smoke trail into the village of Ashkelon. Near the blast site they found Yarin, a 16-year-old boy on the ground in severe condition. He was unconscious, bleeding heavily, riddled with shrapnel.

Thank You For Saving Lives

Your generosity is making a difference!

EVERY DAY the switchboards at MAGEN DAVID ADOM receive more than 2,000 urgent calls for help.

But thanks to YOU — and friends like you who support the critical lifesaving work of MAGEN DAVID ADOM — EVERY CALL is answered!

THE NUMBERS ADD UP!

Running Toward the Danger

Heroes run toward the fire, the smoke, and the danger. Not because they have no fear, but because their compassion for others is even greater than the fears they face.

Your gifts to MAGEN DAVID ADOM have supported dedicated first responders like Aaron Adler.

No one woke up that morning expecting three armed terrorists to brazenly enter the Temple Mount area and begin shooting at three Israeli policemen on duty.

Yair’s Story: God’s Compassion at Work in Israel

  • Yair's Story: God's Compassion at Work in Israel

In Israel, heroes are made both by their feats and by their hearts.

Every day some 15,000 volunteer first responders and 2,000 professional paramedics and EMTs watch over the lives of nearly 9 million people. Each of them knows that at any moment, day or night, they could be called to summon all of their courage and strength to drive into life threatening situations to help those in need. 

Israel Stands With Those In Need

When you support MAGEN DAVID ADOM, you are helping to save lives in Israel and in other nations when a disaster hits.On Sunday, June 3, the Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted. More than 100 people were killed as hot ash shot four miles into the air and then engulfed the surrounding villages.