Joint lifesaving day to benefit four organizations

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June 3, 2012 15:09

 
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A Day to Save Lives is being organized for Monday (June 4) by the "Rothschild Ambassadors" on behalf of four organizations to get residents to sign an ADI organ donation card, donate blood to Magen David Adom and contribute to cancer research and cystic fibrosis patients.

The event will be held on Monday (June 4). Information at more than 100 stands in public places around the country will seek signatories and donors for the projects between 10 a.m. and 10. p.m.

ADI said that the first time the joint appeal was held last year, 4,000 people registered with the organ donor registry. The organization was established by business and public leaders and university students to promote social projects to benefit the country.

More information can be obtained at www.facebook.com/Day.to.save.lives.

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