Dear All

 

Shaare Zedek is a cause very close to me, as they saved my life when I was a baby. I have immense gratitude to the amazing doctors and nurses who carried out my emergency surgery, and the wonderful team that cared for me for many weeks afterwards. For this reason on my Bat Mitzvah I would like to raise enough money for Shaare Zedek to get a new Blood Pressure  Monitor for the Paediatric Day Hospital.

I have set myself a challenge which requires a lot of effort – to raise £2,000 by cycling the distance from the top to the bottom of Israel. Unfortunately, due to a pandemic, my levels of fitness and some minor logistical issues, Mummy and Daddy suggested I do the multiple stretches from home, some on an indoor bike.  Daddy will be actively tracking the distance though!

Many thanks for helping me reach my target in supporting Shaare Zedek

 

Love Maytal

Maytal has been overwhelmed by everyone’s generosity – anything above the original target will go towards the paediatric intensive care unit. Wishing you all happy holidays and new year!

Maytal Levy

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Maytal Levy’s Batmitzvah Fundraising

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