Home Care Services Funding For Holocaust Survivors Will Increase An Additional $105.2 Million For A Total Of $888.9 Million; Outcomes For These Negotiations Also Include Expanded One-Time Payments Per Year Through 2027, Impacting More Than 128,000 Holocaust Survivors Worldwide. Learn More
The Hardship Fund Supplemental Payment is open to Jewish Nazi Victims who have previously been approved for a Hardship Fund payment, or received a one-time payment from the BEG, AND do not receive a pension as compensation for persecution during the Holocaust. Learn More
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Claims Conference Responds with Urgent Care for Vulnerable Holocaust Survivors in Ukraine