The Claims Conference funds more than 100 Jewish organizations in more than 20 U.S. states and in Canada, to provide social welfare services for Nazi victims.
Programs in Latin America and Australia provide homecare, health care, food assistance, transportation and social programs for Holocaust survivors.
In Israel, the Claims Conference works to distribute compensation payments, and support institutions and organizations that care for elderly Nazi victims.
In Eastern Europe, the Claims Conference provides hot kosher meals, homecare, medicine and other basic services to Nazi victims.
Elderly Nazi victims residing in the former Soviet Union (FSU) are among the neediest Jews in the world, living in countries without structured public welfare programs or adequate health care systems.
In Western Europe, in a time of financial crisis and budget cuts, Claims Conference programs help survivors get the care they need.