Grant Work: Ezras Nashim - Helping Women: Ezras_Nashim_015

(L-R) The competing all-male Hatzoloh volunteer ambulance and the all-female Ezras Nashim volunteer ambulance stand parked next to each other in front of Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY during an exercise drill for Ezras Nashim on April 06, 2021. (L-R) Lee Burns, former Director of the Bureau of EMS for the New York State Department of Health, Ezras Nashim EMT and director Rachel Freier, EMT Chips Gold, and EMT Malky Felb, participate in the drill. Burns is volunteering to help Ezras Nashim with supply donations, policy development, and their long-term business plan. On the organization, Burns says, {quote}It's so exciting -- the enthusiasm of it, the uniqueness of it, the necessity of it! Women treating women is a good thing.{quote} (Photo by: Yana Paskova for The New York Times/the National Geographic Society)

(L-R) The competing all-male Hatzoloh volunteer ambulance and the all-female Ezras Nashim volunteer ambulance stand parked next to each other in front of Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY during an exercise drill for Ezras Nashim on April 06, 2021. (L-R) Lee Burns, former Director of the Bureau of EMS for the New York State Department of Health, Ezras Nashim EMT and director Rachel Freier, EMT Chips Gold, and EMT Malky Felb, participate in the drill. Burns is volunteering to help Ezras Nashim with supply donations, policy development, and their long-term business plan. On the organization, Burns says, "It's so exciting -- the enthusiasm of it, the uniqueness of it, the necessity of it! Women treating women is a good thing." (Photo by: Yana Paskova for The New York Times/the National Geographic Society)