JERSEY CITY, N.J., Sept. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This past Sunday, September 11th, more than $80,000 was raised for Hatzalah of Union County at a gathering of family and friends that was hosted by Yellowstone Capital in Hillside, NJ. The support made possible the purchase of a new Hatzalah ambulance. Hatzalah is an all-volunteer ambulance squad and the Union County chapter has 23 EMT responders, 13 dispatchers and 3 ambulances, making it the largest chapter in the country.
Hatzalah Chief Yudi Abraham, said the day was about "the tribute to Aviv Henry Boaz," a former Yellowstone Capital associate that recently passed away. Emblazoned on the side of the new ambulance is a dedication to Boaz.
"Yellowstone Capital is our largest supporter financially," said Abraham. "They're like a silent partner."
The Union County chapter's volunteers donate a collective 400 hours a week to the service.
"We're proud to have supported a great cause on a tough day to honor a great friend," said Yellowstone Capital CEO Isaac Stern.
About Yellowstone Capital
Since 2009, Yellowstone Capital has originated more than $1 billion in total financing to small businesses. For more information, please visit: http://www.yellowstonecap.com
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SOURCE Yellowstone Capital