Programs for Holocaust Survivors in Israel

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JDC ESHEL recognizes that Holocaust survivors deserve the highest quality services to help them live out their remaining years with dignity, comfort and community. Accordingly, it has made it a priority to create and provide such care. JDC ESHEL works with Israeli government ministries, municipalities and NGOs to create initiatives that go beyond regular programs for older adults in order to address survivors’ unique needs.

Partners: The Claims Conference, The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Schusterman Foundation Israel, UJA-Federation of New York, John Hagee Ministries, EVZ, the Lemsky Endowment Fund of Memphis Jewish Federation

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