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City of Hope Medical Center: The Irving Moskowitz Foundation is a supporter of the National Cancer Survivors Day, a nationwide day of celebration, honoring the more than 8.9 million Americans dealing with a cancer diagnosis.

Medical College of Wisconsin: The Moskowitz Foundation is a supporter of The International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry and the Autologous Blood and Marrow Transplant Registry at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The mission of this organization is to improve the outcome of blood and marrow transplants.

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American Red Cross, Greater Long Beach Chapter:The Moskowitz Foundation provides regular donations to The Greater Long Beach Chapter of the Red Cross, which provides disaster response, disaster training, CPR/first aid training, water safety training, youth programs and other services.

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Kosovo Relief: The Moskowitz Foundation made various donations to charities to help support the biggest refugee exodus in Europe since World War II. Donations made by the Foundation included grants to: The Save the Children Foundation, Lutheran World Relief, Feed the Children, US Committee for UNICEF, Church World Service and Catholic Relief Services.

The Moskowitz Foundation remains committed to providing emergency assistance to people in need.

The Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center: The Sourasky Tel Aviv Medical Center offers services in all of the major areas of modern medicine and medical research - from transplantation, neurosurgery and oncology to geriatric health and rehabilitation. The Center is bonded in an essential academic and service relationship with the Sackler School of Medicine of the Tel Aviv University. As such it is one of the country's distinguish seats of medical education and research. The Medical Center stretches beyond the Tel Aviv area, extending its interdisciplinary medical capabilities and services to people over the world. Today, over 700 victims of terror have been treated by the hospital.

The Moskowitz Foundation donation enabled The Friends of Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center to expand and relocate their main dialysis unit - which doubled the number of treatment stations. The expansion provided their current patients with more humane treatment conditions and also permitted treatment of 40 additional patients within the unit.

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The Dialysis Unit at Sourasky Tel Aviv Medical Center

Chaim Veshalom Hatzola: Chaim Veshalom Hatzola is an organization providing ambulance services and emergency care for everyone in need from terror victims, to soldiers, to the elderly, and children with special needs. This is a great service to the Gilo-Har Choma community being that they are suburbs of Jerusalem and are a twenty minute ride from emergency services. The organization's aim is to extend its capabilities and services to more areas all over Israel. The ambulance has made at least 360 calls this year!

The Moskowitz Foundation's donation of a fully equipped ambulance assists in making this possible.

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- "The arrival time of an ambulance at an attack site are crucial moments that can mean the difference between life and death"

Yad Sarah: Yad Sarah is an Israel-wide network of volunteers aiding sick, disabled, elderly, isolated and housebound people with an array of services aimed at making home care possible. Yad Sarah helps everybody, without discrimination, without bureaucracy, without charge - but with a warm smile and attentive ear. You will find up-to-date details in this website. Enjoy!

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Yad Sarah lends a Hand. Yad Sarah, together with the National Emergency Headquarters set up by the National Volunteers' Council, is helping to collect and transport vital equipment and dry food to survivors of the South Asian disaster. All donated supplies are transfered to Petah Tikva for packing and from there to Ben Gurion Aiport, enroute to the stricken region.
TRI-CITY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: Tri-City Regional Medical Center in Hawaiian Gardens is adding the latest technology to its radiological capabilities to better serve its patients. The state-of-the-art Siemens Sensation 10 CT Scanner will be in operation by the end of April 2005 to provide doctors with remarkable visualization opportunities into different parts of the human body. Tri-City is the only community hospital in the area to offer its patients one of the fastest CT scanning systems available, said Tri-City President and CEO Art Gerrick. The $1.5 million purchase was made possible throught the generosity of a grant from the Irving I. Moskowitz Foundation. What makes the CT scanner especially attractive for patients is its ability to take pictures of anatomical details that previously could only be gained through invasive procedures. The data can then be viewed as 3-D images from any angle to give doctors the best possible information.
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REIM MEDICAL CENTER: The Moskowitz Foundation has donated $180,000 in 2008 to the American Friends of the I.D.F. to help with the construction of the new State of the Art Reim Medical Center on the Reim Base in the Negev. The funds will be used for the Grand Lobby of the Reim Center. It will be the largest & most modern camp for land troops.

In addition to the unit's basic medical needs, this infirmary will function as the regional medical center including specialist physicians, pharmacy supplies, physiotherapy center, dental clinic, psychiatric clinic. The building will host an emergency center, operating 24 hours a day with a medical emergency team in order to deal with emergency situations in the entire region.

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BIKUR CHOLIM HOSPITAL, NICU: The Moskowitz Foundation has donated over $350,000 to the Bikur Cholim Hospital in Jerusalem from 2007 to 2009 towards its extensive renovation of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit enabling it to be one of the leading departments of its kind in the country.

In addition, the Irving Moskowitz Foundation funded an Intensive Care Station which complements the N.I.C.U.

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WESTERN GALILEE HOSPITAL: Established in 1947, today Western Galilee Medical Center is the largest and sole major medical center in that region.

Through the support and generosity of the Moskowitz Foundation, the “Moskowitz Foundation Heart Center” has been established, providing secure and advanced healthcare to the 600,000 residents of the region. The new Department of Cardiology will provide fully-protected care for cardiac patients at the highest level, which allows for continuous treatment, even under threat of missile attack.

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CITY OF HOPE: City of Hope is a world leader in the research and treatment of cancer, diabetes, and other serious diseases. Their research facilities sets them apart. They have three manufacturing facilities on campus that manufacture both biologic and chemical compounds. This infrastructure helps them quickly turn breakthrough discoveries into lifesaving therapies. The City of Hope holds more than 300 patents, and submits nearly 30 applications per year to the Food and Drug Administration for investigational new therapies. Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope was the first of five Beckman Institutes in the United States, which together have fueled scientific advances for more than a generation.

The Irving I. Moskowitz Foundation is proud to be supporter of the City of Hope’s research facility.

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SHAARE ZEDEK MEDICAL CENTER IN JERUSALEM: Through the support and generosity of the Irving I. Moskowitz Foundation, the Moskowitz NICU Infant Monitor Program in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit has been established. This gift will ensure the wellbeing and safety of so many babies in Jerusalem and Israel. Shaare Sedek sees more than 64,000 admissions, 241,000 outpatient visits and 105,000 emergency visits annually and more than 15,000 women a year give birth at Shaare Sedek’s Woman and Infant Center, more than any other Jerusalem hospital.

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