Magen David Adom provides an opportunity for individuals who love Israel to make a lasting impact on the 9.2 million Israelis who rely on emergency medical services and the national blood bank.

An Opportunity to Save Lives

Magen David Adom provides Israel’s first responders with the resources they need to care for the people of Israel and save lives.


As Israel’s national emergency medical and ambulance services provider, Magen David Adom provides on-site care and transportation for patients to hospitals and medical facilities. It requires ambulances, equipment, medical supplies, and training to carry out its work.

An Opportunity to Bless Israel

Magen David Adom is the leading organization for Christians who want to show love to Israel in a tangible way. What greater gift could be given to the people of Israel than a gift of life? A contribution of any amount will provide urgently needed medical supplies and blood that will be used to save lives. Magen David Adom is funded by private donations from generous friends, like you.

“I will bless those who bless you …
and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.

— Genesis 12:3 NIV

An Opportunity to Connect with Israel

Magen David Adom provides a special opportunity because it shows the people of Israel that someone cares. When a gift is made to Israel’s ambulance service, emergency medical services, or national blood bank, it breaks down walls between Christians and Jews. And when that same gift is used to save the life of an Arab in Israel, the unconditional love and value for human life it represents is a powerful tool for breaking down barriers to peace.

An Opportunity to Make the World A Better Place

Magen David Adom strives to ensure every person in Israel who is in need will receive medical care, and that no one is excluded because of national origin, religion, ethnicity, or political affiliation. By this example — and by Israel’s medical breakthroughs, expertise, and support — all the nations on earth are being blessed through Israel. Israel’s emergency medical response teams are often among the first to arrive and the last to leave at major worldwide disasters — from earthquakes in Haiti and Nepal, typhoons in the Philippines, and floods in the United States.