Sarah Tuttle-Singer
Sarah Tuttle-Singer

Adam needs 1 match to save his life. It could be you


There’s this guy I’ve never met.

Maybe I saw him once at Nagilla Pizza over on Pico Boulevard.  Or maybe we passed each other in front of the AMC at Century City back in the day.

His name is Adam Krief, and he’s 31 years old.

He’s a husband, and a father of three, and he has a rare form of blood cancer called primary myelofibrosis.


He needs a bone marrow transplant in order to stay alive.

Sometimes, you get lucky and you’re matched right away.  But Adam has a very rare blood type, and even though there are MILLIONS of wonderful and generous people on the bone marrow registry, none – NONE – are a match for Adam.

Adam is on chemo now, but it’s only to stay the course and buy him more time until they find a donor.

If they find a donor.

There was a massive effort in LA to find a match for Adam.

The Jewish community rallied behind him.

But… no luck.

So now he needs a miracle.

And where do you go when you need a miracle?


We know that Israel is a country where total strangers show up to support one another during the worst of times – where we stand together to comfort the grieving, and we grieve as one.

Israel is also a country where we show up to weddings and celebrate the beginning of a new generation – we take hands and dance with total strangers.  That’s just how we do: We choose life.

Israel is a place where kindness matters – there’s a sense of family that extends beyond the dinner table, that transcends politics, and traffic jams.

And Adam and his family need us to come together for him.

Here’s how: On September 28th, there will be centers all over Israel – and not just for Adam… There are others waiting for miracles, too — some are little kids, some are young fathers…  and the more people on the registry, the more likely that they’ll get well

So please show up a anytime from 10am to 10pm on September 28th at the following locations throughout Israel:

Or Akiva -Orot Mall
Eilat – Icemall
Eilat – Mall Hayam
Eilat – Queen Sheba Mall
Efrat – Dekel Mall
Ariel- Maga Or Mall
Ashdod – Lev Ashdod Mall
Ashdod – Big Fashion
Ashquelon- Chutzot Mall
Beer Sheva – Grand Kenyon (Grand Mall)
Bilu Center (in Rehovot)
Bet Shaan- Tzim Center
Bet Shemesh – Big Kenyon
Givat Shmuel – HaGiva
Givatayim- Givatayim Mall
Dimona – Peretz Center Mall
Hertzliyya- Seven Stars Mall (Shivat Kochavim)
Hedera- Lev Hedera Ofer Mall
Holon- Azrieli Holon
Haifa – Grand Kenyon
Haifa – Chutzot Hamifratz
Haifa – Cinemall (formerly Lev Hamifratz)
Haifa – Azrieli
Tiberius – Mul Hakineret Mall
Yavne – Big Center
Jerusalem- hadassa ein Kerem
Jerusalem- Hadar mall
Jerusalem- Malca Mall
Jerusalem- Pisgat Zeev Mall
Jerusalem- Ramot Mall
Kfar Saba – The Green Mall Kfar Saba (Hayeruka)
Karmiel- Lev Mall
Mevaseret Tzion – Harel Mall
Mevaseret Tzion- Mevaseret Mall
Modiin- Azrieli mall
Maale Adumim- Adumim Mall
Maalot Tarshi’ha- Tzim Center Maalot
Nahariyya- Nahariyya Mall
Nes Tziona – Kenyoter Mall
Natzeret Elit- Dodge Center
Netivot – Tzim Center Mall
Natanya – Ir Yamim Mall
Natanya- Sharon Mall
Afula – Ha’Amakim Mall
Arad – Tzim Center
Petah Tikva – Hakenyon Hagadol (the big mall)
Petah Tikva- Sirkin Mall
Katzrin – Lev Mall
Qiryat Bialik- Kiryon Mall
Qiryat Gat – Lev Ha’ir Mall
Qiryat Shmoneh- Shmoneh Mall
Rosh Pina – Galil Center
Rishon Letzion – Chonim Konim (“Park and Buy)
Rishon Letzion- Zahav Mall
Rehovot – Rehovot Mall
Ramat Gan – Marom Neve
Ramat Gan – Ayalon Mall
Sderot – 7 Mall
Tel Aviv – Dizengoff Center
Tel Aviv – Azrieli Mall
Tel Aviv – Ramat Aviv Mall

For Adam, and for others – we can be that miracle.


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About the Author
Sarah Tuttle-Singer, author of Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered and the New Media Editor at Times of Israel, She was raised in Venice Beach, California on Yiddish lullabies and Civil Rights anthems. She now lives in Israel with her two kids where she climbs roofs, explores cisterns, opens secret doors and talks to strangers, and writes stories about people. Sarah also speaks before audiences left, right, and center through the Jewish Speakers Bureau, asking them to wrestle with important questions while celebrating their willingness to do so. She also loves whisky and tacos and chocolate chip cookies and old maps and foreign coins and discovering new ideas from different perspectives. Sarah is a work in progress.