Gadi Indig z"l grew up on Bareli St. in Lamed and was known and loved throughout the neighborhood.
Even after he started a family and moved to Haifa, he stayed connected and frequently visited his parents, sister and friends in the neighborhood and the area.
Gadi was known for his sense of humor, kindness and helping fellow men and women.
Gadi died of cardiac arrest during a family event and left his family and friends shocked, hurting and longing.
His sister, Liat Bar, and her family, already donated one smart CPR station in Gadi's name and placed it in Ramat Aviv.
We invite you- Lamed residents and Gadi's friends, to take part in this essential project to place two smart CPR stations for the public's benefit in the neighborhood, in order to save lives with the device who could have saved Gadi's life.
We already raised the donations for one Smart CPR Station, help us reach another!
In Israel about 10,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of hospitals each year. 94 out of 100 won't survive!
These statistics are impossible to accept and have to be changed!
In Detroit, survival rates soured to 60% after distributing defibrillators in public spaces!! Israeli Friends of MDA have decided to take action, and together we can change reality in Israel.
In a case of a cardiac arrest, the sooner we administer electric shocks and restart the heart, the greater the chances are for survival.
These defibrillators are placed in smart, highly visual branded compartments, are connected to MDA's database and GPS systems.
Thus, in case of a cardiac arrest, MDA teams will guide the caller to the nearest defibrillator, remotely open the compartment and will continue to provide instructions until MDA team arrives on site.
We urge you to take part in this life saving initiative! Help up save lives and commemorate Gadi.
Donation of two defibrillators+ smart compartments – 40,000 NIS
Your donation will help change life-saving in Israel!
*Should the project not reach its goal within the given time, funds will be used for the national project of placing smart CPR stations for the Israeli public, without specific dedications.