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Hadassah Medical Organization - Help Hadassah Heal
The announcement on February 7 that Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) would have to enter into Section 350 (the Israeli law that is similar to our Chapter 11) was hard news to hear. Here are links to some information to help you understand what is happening in Jerusalem.
hadassah.org/HMOUpdate - News about HMO and the recovery process
The Chai Society is Hadassah's newest annual giving society. It's a new way to be part of something big! Choose your impact by selecting how your donation will be used! You can put it towards Medicine and Healthcare, Youth Aliyah, Young Judaea, U.S. Initiatives, or let Hadassah choose for you. Click here to learn more and join.
A Taste of Sukkot - Tuesday, October 14, 6:30-8:30pm
Join us for Shatil's "A Taste of Sukkot" on Tuesday Oct 14th, 6:30 - 8:30 PM in an Upper West Side sukkah, location to be provided upon RSVP.
Come prepared to share dairy/veggie/pareve potluck nibbles and recipes; we'll eat and schmooze in the sukkah, weather permitting, with an indoor rain location as back up, just in case.
To RSVP: Please use this link to sign up on our Google Doc, indicating your name, contact information and what you would like to bring.
Note: Bring one or two items, enough to share for approx. 6-8 people, along with copies of your recipe(s) to share!
Not a cook? No time to cook? Simply pick up a bottle of kosher wine, or a bakery treat for dessert, and join us.
If you have any questions please send inquiries to our NEW email address: ShatilHadassah@gmail.com.
While there is no cover charge for this event, we will be selling raffle tickets for door prizes and donations will be accepted. Hadassah cards will also be available for sale.
We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on Tues. Oct 14th!
To RSVP: Launch this link to sign up for Shatil's "A Taste of Sukkot"!
Book Club - Tuesday, November 11th @ 7:00pm (new date and time)
And Once We Were Brothers – by Ronald Balson (historical fiction of one brother accused of war crimes set in Nazi-occupied Poland to a Chicago courtroom).
Come prepared to discuss potential 2015 book selections! Cost for 2015 will remain same as in past @ $36 for annual membership (bi-monthly meetings). For non-book-club-members, $7 /session -- all to benefit Hadassah (Youth Aliyah). Please bring payment to the meeting. New members always welcome. Please bring snack or wine to share! Location provided upon RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Membership 2014 UpdateMembership will remain $212 for life member. New this year is a 6 month payment plan option, available by credit card payments only.
Double Your Impact Member-get-a-Member Campaign runs January 1-December 31, 2014.
• Anyone who gifts a life membership receives a multi-generation pin of their choice
• New benefit for life members includes $100 discount off any Hadassah mission
Centennial Celebration Lock - Unlock the FutureUnlock the Future with a $100 donation* and receive a beautiful sterling silver heart- shaped Lock on a sterling silver 18" chain.
Show future generations that you were there when Hadassah celebrated a century of empowered women who make a difference. It's a fantastic gift for a Bat Mitzvah, Graduation, Mother's Day or any special occasion. Beautiful worn alone or with your Centennial Key!
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Other Hadassah sites that may interest you:
- Terror Attack Survivor Gives Birth to Baby Boy at Hadassah's Hospital
- Adi Hudja Peretz, who almost lost her life in a terror attack 13 years ago, has delivered a healthy baby boy at Hadassah's Hospital in Ein Kerem.
- Hadassah Surgeon Ahmed Eid Performs Life-Saving Surgery on Jerusalem Terror Victim
- Prof. Ahmed Eid, head of the Department of General Surgery at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus, performed life-saving surgery on Chen Schwartz, the Israeli soldier who was shot twice at close range by a terrorist on a motor scooter in Jerusalem.
- Israeli Hero Treated at Hadassah's Hospital on Mount Scopus
- Israeli Prison Service Officer Ariel Twitto was on his way to pick up his children from nursery school camp after accompanying a prisoner to court when he and fellow officer, Elad Biton, heard someone shouting "Piguah!" (terror attack!).
- Wounded Paratrooper Prepares to Return Home from Hadassah
- Oron had been in a fire fight with a group of terrorists in Gaza when he felt something hit him, but he kept on fighting. It was only later that he noticed all the blood.
- Hadassah-Neurim Provides Refuge for Border Kibbutz
- For the last three weeks, Mali Yehoshafat and her four children have found refuge at Hadassah-Neurim. 125 kibbutz members—including all the children in this border agricultural commune are living in Hadassah’s Youth Village, near Netanya.
- Urge Congress to Affirm Support for Israel
- Israel once again finds itself in a time of crisis, forced to take military action to defend its citizens from indiscriminate rocket and mortar fire. Urge Congress to affirm its unwavering, bipartisan support for Israel’s sovereignty and security, and pass the United States-Israel Strategic Partnership Act!