The Real Hero In The House

Heroes are those who face challenges with courage, adversity with perseverance, great odds with greater commitment. Heroes are those who place others before themselves, comforting another even at the expense of one’s own.

The heroes you see are nothing compared to the ones you don’t. Yes, the guys with flashing lights are heroic, but the lights you don’t see are the ones that truly brighten up the world.

Our heroes are heroines.
Our heroes are ordinary women who do extraordinary things.
Our heroes are the Hatzalah wives.

Ambulances rush to the scene. Ever wonder what fuels that ambulance? What form of energy empowers that first-responder? What type of engine keeps the Hatzalah member motoring on? Who is taking care of everything while he is there?
It’s his wife.

You know that, during Kiddush, a Hatzalah member puts down his becher and runs out the door. Do you know who ensures that the Shabbos meal continues better and brighter as if the father of the house is still sitting in his seat?
It’s his wife.

You know that a member sits in “Car 1” throughout the night, answering urgent calls as the world sleeps. Do you know who answers the urgent cry of his newborn baby at home?

It’s his wife.

Heroes are those who face challenges with courage, adversity with perseverance, great odds with greater commitment. Heroes are those who place others before themselves, comforting another even at the expense of one’s own.

The heroes you see are nothing compared to the ones you don’t.

Please go to hatzalahthon.com/hatzalahch to give in honor of the heroines that help make your life better by making sacrifices in their own.

On behalf of the thousands of families who have benefited from your horeism, we thank you, the heroines of Hatazlah!

Click here to thank them today!

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