Grant Work: Ezras Nashim - Helping Women: A group of women start their own EMT service

The new Ezras Nashim ambulance, seen parked in Borough Park in Brooklyn, New York on November 05, 2020, that the organization won a license for despite opposition from the competing all-male Hatzolah EMT organization and conservative community members, parked in a garage just down the block. Ezrash Nashim is the first all-female volunteer EMT corps aimed at servicing Orthodox Jewish communities of women. (Photo by: Yana Paskova for The New York Times/the National Geographic Society)
A group of women start their own EMT service

The new Ezras Nashim ambulance, seen parked in Borough Park in Brooklyn, New York on November 05, 2020, that the organization won a license for despite opposition from the competing all-male Hatzolah EMT organization and conservative community members, parked in a garage just down the block. Ezrash Nashim is the first all-female volunteer EMT corps aimed at servicing Orthodox Jewish communities of women. (Photo by: Yana Paskova for The New York Times/the National Geographic Society)