Hadassah

Rosh Hashanah 5776 Greeting

Thursday, Sep 10 2015

Dear Friends,

As 5775 ends and we prepare to welcome 5776, I want to take the opportunity to thank you for your support of Hadassah, and for your care and concern for the work we do together.

In just a few days we will hear the sound of the shofar, calling us to rededicate ourselves to our families, to the Jewish people, and to Israel. Because I cannot speak to each of you personally, I hope you will take a moment to watch my Rosh Hashanah greeting, which was recently filmed in Israel.

May the year ahead be a healthy and meaningful one for you and yours, and may you be inscribed in the Book of Life.

Shanah tovah,

Marcie Natan
National President

PS: We eagerly await the opening of the underground ORs in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Hospital Tower. Please help us finish equipping all the patient rooms.

Comments

From: Mauve on February 16, 2016
From: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN on September 14, 2015
so proud of the Hadassah Organization and its contributions to the State of Israel
From: Linda R. Prince on September 13, 2015
As a proud Life Member, I thank you and pray this Rosh Hashanah brings all Hadassah Sisters the sweetness of a life filled with love and peace! L'shana Tovah
From: Baris Gursoy on September 13, 2015
I hope this new year help us to understand each other better than before.
From: Sandy on September 11, 2015
Thank you so much for allowing me to see the wonderful tower. What a treat! Mazel Tov on the opening of the underground. Working for Hadassah has been an important part of my Life. L'Shana Tova!!
From: Paula on September 11, 2015
Why aren't these videos captioned? Please make them accessible to everyone and caption them before sending out. It is a very simple process. As a Life member, it saddens me to see that Hadassah, whose mission is to help others, continues to neglect those who are deaf or hard of hearing. Make this your New Year's resolution, Hadassah!
From: Dorothy on September 11, 2015
5776..WE ALL HAVE THE POWER TO DO!
From: Susan on September 11, 2015
A picture's worth a thousand words! It brought tears of joy! And Kol hakavod to the shofar blower!
From: Elise on September 10, 2015
May 5776 bring all of my Hadassah Sisters a Happy, Healthy New Year. L'Shana Tova
From: Kay on September 10, 2015
Thank you for the visual we can only imagine. L'Shana Tova...
From: MARY JOAN LEVIN on September 10, 2015
MAY YOU HAVE A HAPPY HEALTHY SAFE NEW YEAR AND WE STAND WITH ISRAEL...
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