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What Happened at Vegas Doesn't Stay in Vegas:
Convention Review

The 97th National Convention was educational and inspiring, a renewal of Hadassah warmth and sisterhood. But days before Convention began, IDF ground troops entered Gaza. We followed the hostilities and prayed together for peace. Shortly after the close of Convention, National President Marcie Natan led a delegation to Israel to show our support for Operation Protective Edge and our commitment to the Israeli people. See where the delegation went and what they saw.


Honoring Israel's Bravest

Watch your email next week, when Hadassah will announce a special way to memorialize the fallen soldiers of Operation Protective Edge.

"This is what makes Hadassah Medical Organization so unique in the world. it continues to be an island of peace for all peoples of the globe."

Tobe Snow, Cincinnati, Ohio
from Facebook Aug 1, 2014
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Convention Highlights

Convention 2014 is over but the memories linger on. Take a little time to check out Convention highlights, because a picture—or a video—is worth a thousand words.

View Our Convention Photo Gallery>>

Generosity and Innovation

A gratifying $1.5 million in gifts were announced during Convention. For the first time ever, guests could text their gifts and have them displayed on-screen. The Text to Pledge innovation was a success!

Happy Anniversary
Keepers of the Gate invited everyone to celebrate their 18th anniversary this year.

A Heartfelt Story
Even doctors often miss the signs of heart disease in women. One lucky survivor's experience, told at the Every Beat Counts panel at Convention.

Walk for Heart Health
The Every Beat Counts team challenged Convention-goers to clip on their pedometers and walk!
Top walkers were:

1st place—Suzann Yussen, Life Member Minneapolis|Tikvah -
24 1/2 miles or 49,000 steps

2nd place—Ruth Gursky, Life Member Shatil Chapter, National Board Member, Past NY Region President
22 1/2 miles or 45,000 steps

3rd place—Missy Sue Mastel, Life Member, San Francisco L'Atid Chapter
22 miles 44,000 steps

Don't Miss THIS Video!
Ari Shavit, author of the acclaimed My Promised Land and Bret Louis Stephens, Pulitzer Prize winning Wall Street Journal correspondent and editor, talk frankly about Israel's challenges today and tomorrow. Moderated by journalist and history professor Gil Troy.

Introducing eMembership

An online-only membership for women 17+ who are big on caring and short on time. Randi Zuckerberg became Hadassah's first eMember!

Gift an eMembership Today>>

Is Zionism Still Relevant for the Next Generation?

The online Defining Zionism series returns this Tuesday, August 12 at 7:30 pm. Tova Birnbaum of the WZO will discuss the relevance of Zionism for the Millennial Generation.

Sign up now >>

New and Uplifting

The Uplift Project™: Hadassah supporting breast cancer research and awareness from A to DD. Women are decorating bras and will be displaying their masterpieces in Hadassah’s online photo gallery.

Learn more about The Uplift Project™ >>

"[Hadassah Convention 2014] was outstanding invigorating and thrilling"

Linda Holzman Ehrensaft, Illinois
from Facebook July 22, 2014
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Wounded Soldier Ready to Leave Hadassah

Shahar: Dawn of a New Healthy Life

When it Comes to Heart Attacks, HMO Protocol Saves Lives

Famed Mathematician, Near Death, Saved at HMO

Romanian Medical Student Gets His Life Back


Gala Opening Plenary

The Impact of Hadassah:
HMO Plenary


Hadassah awards

Jeffrey Richardson, National Committee of Hadassah Associates Shares Hadassah Journey

Hadassah International

Banquet: Celebrating Hadassah

"Women, Health & Family"

Hadassah approved a slate of policy statements at Convention and presented a new domestic advocacy agenda to educate, engage, and empower Hadassah members and communities. Key issues are gender disparity in medical research, women's preventive health, affordable child care, and human trafficking.

Read all about our
advocacy efforts >>

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