On her wedding day, the first dance was at Shaare Zedek Medical Center!

We would like to wish a very special Mazel Tov to this radiant bride who on her way to the wedding hall, joined by friends from Ulpana Tzvia in Maaleh Adumim, visited young patients at Shaare Zedek Medical Center.

Smiles spread across the faces of patients, visitors and staff as the bride and her friends spread their warmth and excitement. The women gave out magnificent flower balloons and skewers filled with gummies to the delight of the children in the Wilf Children’s Hospital.

As one of the bride’s friends explained, “She wanted to make sick children happy and bless them with good health on her wedding day.”

Thank you to this incredible bride for this incredibly kind and compassionate gesture. We wish the bride and groom much good health, happiness!

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