Hadassah Associates are Men with a Mission, and our mission is to support Hadassah, the Jewish People and the State of Israel by expanding relationships and identifying new sources of funds. We support Hadassah fundraising activities with specific emphasis on identifying and tapping into new sources of funds from individuals and corporations through innovative activities and events.
The National Associates Team is proud to launch the new Men's Health Initiative focusing on the areas of Prostate Cancer, Cardiology, and Lung Cancer.
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Let's join together as we bring the new Men's Health initiative forward, setting the pace for healthcare in Israel and benefitting men worldwide.
Almost 35,000 men strong, Hadassah Associates can make a vital impact in [Men's Health] by educating the men in your local communities, supporting fundraising opportunities throughout the year and developing new resources through innovative activities and events. This new initiative will allow Associates around the country to impact the latest medical advances happening at Hadassah Hospital.
Mazal Tov! We SURPASSED our last goal!
We surpassed our $36,000 goal to furnish and equip a Cardiology Department Double Patient Room in the new Tower in honor of Hadassah Associates.
Check out our honor roll of supporters
Jeffrey Richardson, Incoming NCHA President (left) and Burton Krull, Incoming NCHA Executive VP (right) congratulate each other.
"I actually find my election to the NCHA presidency somewhat
unlikely. When I joined the Associates around eight years ago, I never dreamt that
I would be standing here today as your president elect. That was not my goal.
here I am today and I pledge to do everything in my power to continue the
upward path that the Associates are now embarked upon. "
Mark Roth, outgoing NCHA President with prior outgoing NCHA President Joel Marks.
"When I addressed the Associates business meeting at the start of my term
in July 2011, I talked about our passion and commitment. I ran through the history
of Associates since 1966, nearly half a century, and said that we have work to do.
In my remarks at our Centennial meeting in Jerusalem last October, I talked about
who we are, the breadth of our backgrounds and our interests, and I stated the
obvious: We have work to do. This year, I am here to tell you that our Associates
have listened. We have worked hard and we have a great deal to show for it."