It Takes 3 Minutes To Read This Article. That’s Longer Than Hatzalah’s Average Response Time. That is mind-boggling. And heartwarming.
What do all of these everyday things have in common?
- Brushing your teeth.
- Getting dressed.
- Saying Brochos.
- Walking to Shul.
- Toasting a bagel.
- Eating it.
- Frying an egg.
- Eating it.
- Brewing coffee (unless it’s instant).
- Drinking it.
- Learning Chitas.
- Checking your email.
- Some (annoying) voicenotes.
- Making a donation to Hatzalah here.
- Double parking for alternate side.
- Putting laundry into the washing machine.
- Folding it.
- Giving your baby a bath.
- Paying a bill.
- Ordering pizza.
- Ordering anything.
- Waiting (and waiting) for it to be delivered.
- Counting the Omer.
- Making another donation to Hatzalah here.
- Reading this article.
- Reading a bedtime story.
- Krias Shema.
- Falling asleep.
All of these take 3 minutes or longer. On average, Hatzalah responds to a call in under 3 minutes. That is mind-boggling. And heartwarming.
Ask not: Will I give to Hatzalah? Ask: How much will I give? Ask: How often will I give? Ask: Whom can I get to give? Ask: Is taking 3 minutes of my time to give to Hatzalah worth it?
Thank you for taking 3 minutes of your precious time to support our precious under-3-minute response time.
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