NEW YORK, Dec. 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fundry announced today that its company CEO Isaac Stern led a successful fundraiser for Hatzalah of Union County, a local non-profit all-volunteer emergency medical service organization. At a recent event that was hosted at Stern's home in New Jersey, more than $60,000 was raised from dozens of attendees, many of whom were employees of Fundry and its subsidiary Yellowstone Capital.
Hatzalah's Chief Chaim Cillo said, "With the help of Yellowstone Capital we are able to maintain our level of service and continue providing the best possible emergency care for our patients."
Hatzalah President Martin Weingast added, "Your support makes all of you partners with us. When our EMTs go out on calls and are saving lives it is with your help and your support that they are able to do so. You all equally deserve the credit."
Today, Hatzalah is staffed with 3 ambulances, 24 EMTs and 18 dispatchers all under the medical direction of a physician and two paramedics. Yellowstone Capital and Fundry have continuously contributed to their cause. Chief Yudi Abraham said, "Over the years, Yellowstone Capital has helped donate the funds to purchase two additional ambulances that currently make up Hatzalah's fleet. You can see the name Yellowstone Capital on the side of each ambulance as it rushes to emergency calls."
Fundry's Stern personally donated $10,000 to kick off the event.
Fundry is the parent company of Yellowstone Capital and Green Capital. Both companies provide working capital to small businesses throughout the U.S. using technology to make faster decisions but retaining the human element to ensure thorough underwriting. Since 2009, Yellowstone Capital has originated more than $1 billion in total financing to small businesses. For more information, please visit:
Green Capital: http://www.greencapitalcredit.com
Yellowstone Capital: http://www.yellowstonecap.com
About Hatzalah of Union County
Founded in 2004, Hatzalah EMS provides basic life support in medical emergency situations. They cover Union County NJ including the towns of Elizabeth, Hillside, Union, Roselle and Linden. Learn more at http://www.hatzalahofunioncounty.org/