Join Us. Help Us Heal Tomorrow.
Support the Full Circle Campaign for the Hadassah Medical Organization.
Achieving our vision for 360 degrees of Healing is only possible through the full support of our committed friends. To complete the renovation and expansion of the Round Building—so vital to health care in Israel and worldwide—we need to raise $91.2 million by 2021.
The reimagined Round Building ensures HMO will remain a world-renowned health care leader and a global destination for advanced care, continued innovation, and cutting-edge research.
Gifts of $36 or more will receive the 360° of Healing certificate with your name on it or the name of someone special.
Gifts of $100 or more will receive the Full Circle certificate with your name on it or the name of someone special.
Gifts of $150 or more will receive a lovely sterling silver necklace inscribed with the famous quote from Hadassah’s founder, Henrietta Szold, “There is no ending that is not a beginning.
Gifts of $1,200 or more will receive a beautiful certificate with your name on it or the name of someone special, and a mezuzah will be affixed to one of the many doors in the Round Building at Hadassah Ein Kerem.
Gifts of $1,800 or more will have your name or the name of someone special inscribed on a Road to Healing wall tile on a floor in the Round Building.
Significant naming opportunities are available. Please contact us to learn more about the Full Circle Campaign or
to make a donation.
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