Hadassah Panama hosted a week of activities for teens entitled “Go Girl Go” aimed at helping them to achieve better health and well being. Forty teens participated and voted to earmark the funds raised for pediatric trauma treatment and oncology at the Hadassah Medical Center.
Hadassah Nurses Mission:
Global Health in Israel and Beyond: The Impact of Nursing
Hadassah Mexico President Claris Dabah brought her family to see Hadassah Hospital-Ein Kerem during an August trip to Israel in celebration of her grandson’s Bar Mitzvah.
For more information, contact Hadassah-Mexico@hadassah.org.
Hadassah New Zealand has successfully completed its $75,000 fundraising campaign to name a nursing station in the Sarah Wetsman Davidson Tower as a memorial tribute to Past President Valda Knight.
This has been a summer filled with Hadassah International visitors at our Medical Center. The global groundswell of enthusiasm for witnessing the work of our physicians and nurses first hand is so exhilarating for me. Hadassah supporters who are on a family trip to Israel make a point of going to see our hospitals because they feel so connected to our medical institution, thanks to what they have learned about Hadassah in their own countries. They are eager to show their children and grandchildren the hospital they are passionate about—to pass on this legacy of love to the next generation.
YHIers just returned exhilarated from a "Weekend in Berlin"... stay tuned for more details in the October 2009 eBulletin!
WINTER IN NETANYA (WIN) and SPRING IN NETANYA (SPIN)
Volunteering ~ Learning ~ Touring
Michi Kern: Entrepreneur, owner of nightclubs, restaurants and yoga studios…. click here to hear his story of passion for Hadassah.
A second group of volunteers from the Arab village of Abu Gosh has completed the Hadassah Medical Center’s 80-hour training course to become health promoters in their home village.
A program sponsored by the Hadassah Medical Center in coordination with the Jerusalem Municipality and the Legacy Heritage Fund reaches out to woman in the economically challenged Katamonim neighborhood of Jerusalem, providing them with exercise, Hebrew classes, arts and crafts, and socialization.