EMS vehicle donated to Israel in honor of Trump's visit
The ambucycle was inaugurated as one of 180 ambucycles a few days after Trump’s visit and in the presence of the U.S. Ambassador to Israel
JERUSALEUM — Isy Danon, a South African donor of United Hatzalah, Israel’s national volunteer EMS organization, was so inspired by Donald Trump’s recent visit to Israel that he donated an ambucycle to honor the U.S. President. Isy Danon is a proud donor to the organization and a member of its International Committee.
Danon felt that Trump, who has shown his love and support for Israel in general, and for United Hatzalah in specific, was worthy of having an ambucycle donated in his honor. The ambucycle was inaugurated as one of 180 ambucycles on May 26th, a few days after Trump’s visit and in the presence of the U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Mr. David Friedman.
“Isy has always been a good friend of the organization. He was very moved by the fact that Trump came to Israel and made his visit so quickly after becoming President. To have the support of so many people who are seeing the effects that this organization is having on the population of Israel inspires me to keep pushing every day and to keep expanding our operation,” said Beer.
The organization inaugurated the new fleet of ambucycles in Tel Aviv before a large gathered crowd and showed off the newly designed orange fleet with a parade around the city.