Ezer Mizion’s volunteer network will step up activity in all the wards Additional manpower desperately needed to meet patients’ needs.
By Y. Sheinfeld
Due to the slowdown to “Shabbat mode” at the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital, the volunteer network is compelled to step up activity in all the hospital wards.
The Jerusalem branch of Ezer Mizion dispatches more than sixty volunteers each day to the five major Jerusalem hospitals. Continue reading Volunteers Fill in as Hadassah Hospital Strikes
Ever since the Cancer Monster had the nerve to join our family circle uninvited, “Ezer Mizion” has become our new household word. Their sunshine has permeated every aspect of our lives.
When our sweet little Maoz’s cancerous tumor was discovered, everything went very quick, breathtakingly fast. Continue reading 28 Days!
Dear Ezer Mizion
We greatly appreciate the assistance you gave us over the last few months – both the meals provided at Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital and at Alyn Hospital, and the volunteers who came to take shifts with our dear grandson, Yosef Eliyahu Kahn, may Hashem send him a full and speedy recovery.
You helped us and continue to help us get through this difficult time.
May you merit many mitzvahs!
Simon and Shoshana Kahn
Dear Ezer Mizion
With heartfelt thanks and appreciation, I want to share my story with you. During the nine weeks that my dear mother a”h Miriam Malka Reiss bat Reb Yehoshua z”l was hospitalized at the Shaarei Zedek Hospital, the Ezer Mizion “angels” came through the ward every evening with a tea/coffee cart and brought a smile into the lives of the patients and their families.
Every day I received a meal or a sandwich courtesy of Ezer Mizion.
“Who is like you, Yisrael!”
Thank you so much, and may you continue your holy work.
Wishing you a happy New Year,
Shaindy (Sheila) Zohn
To the wonderful volunteers of Ezer Mizion,
It is so fantastic that when a person is in distress, there are wonderful people who understand him, understand his needs
and his difficulties, and care about him. . . .
When the family members of a sick person are running around, confused, in pain, and worried, they totally ignore their daily needs. Continue reading Like Magic Wand