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Hatzoloh of Flatbush Gala Auction

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Sunday May 11, 2014

Hatzoloh of Flatbush Gala Auction

SUNDAY EVENING May 11, 2014

NEW LOCATION:

Congregation Kol Yaakov
1703 McDonald Avenue

Corner of Avenue O

Hatzoloh of Flatbush in Numbers:

  • In our 40th year of operation with a budget of close to 2 million dollars
  • Operating with 8 ambulances, resulting in staggering insurance costs
  • Over 183 New York State Certified Emergency Medical Technicians
  • 29 Paramedics and Physicians
  • 5,000 dollars worth of medical and telecommunication for each member
  • 35,000 dollars worth of additional equipment to equip each paramedic
  • Numerous training and re-certification courses; continual in-service training

Hatzoloh is a volunteer Emergency Medical Service organization serving mostly Jewish Communities! Hatzoloh is a civilian army formed by volunteers who you might sit next to in shul, or find standing on line in your local supermarket. These men put their life on pause to response to emergencies. Hatzoloh volunteers form an emergency crew ready to respond to any emergency.

Hatzoloh of Flatbush Gala Auction www.flatbushHatzoloh.org/auction

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