Sam gets to meet his friends at the shuk

Yad Sarah Ambulances

The volunteers in this division, including service people, drivers, receptionists, coordinators, security officers, and others are determined to help people with disabilities find freedom outside their homes. These unique vans may be used for any purpose: Medical treatments or family events, a night on the town, or a quick trip to the seaside.

> 800 disabled passengers carried every day
> 240,000 disabled passengers are transported annually
> 150 requests to the call centre are regrettably turned down daily
> 45,000 requests are declined each year due to limited resources

Every Ambulance Makes a Difference

> Transports over 30,000 disabled passengers over its 5 year service
> Enables people to go to school, work, hospital, rehabilitation, shopping, entertainment and back home again
> Gives others the quality of life that we all take for granted throughout the day, every day


Throughout Israel

> Used for individual journeys, up to 4 people going to the same location and group trips
> Kitted out to take a maximum of 4 wheelchair passengers plus carers
> Transports daily a minimum of 20 disabled passengers plus carers
> Operates 6 days a week from 7am until 9pm and later
> Carries within a year over 6,000 disabled passengers plus carers

Dovid, completing his Bagrut, gets to school

Dan , Computer engineer, gets to work

Judy, following surgery, gets to therapy

Ronnie gets home after dialysis