Register here to create a personal account with the Claims Conference.
Once registered you will be able to check on the status of applications, see previous payments, complete proof of life and receive personalized information.
Survivors who were previously approved for the Hardship Fund Supplemental Payment are required to complete digital proof of life verification, Paneem, to receive the 2023 payment.
If you received a request to submit proof of life using Paneem and cannot complete the process, a paper Proof of Life form is available here instead of using Paneem.
Allocations include nearly $47 million in social welfare services in Ukraine as Claims Conference continues commitment to support Holocaust survivors in the face of imminent threat. 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
If you have already applied, you can track your application here.
Paneem is designed to make the process of identity verification easier and faster for all of our claimants. Please only use PANEEM if you received a letter or email requesting that you verify your identity through PANEEM.
View answers to frequently asked questions and a step-by-step user guide. Learn more
Claims Conference Responds with Urgent Care for Vulnerable Holocaust Survivors in Ukraine
Only half of respondents are in favor of recent efforts by Dutch public figures to acknowledge and apologize for the Netherlands’ failure to protect the Jews during the Holocaust.
In honor of the Claims Conference’s 70th Anniversary, we have prepared a booklet reflecting our work on behalf of survivors over the years.
Founded in 1951 by representatives of 23 major international Jewish organizations, the Claims Conference negotiates for and disburses funds to individuals and organizations and seeks the return of Jewish property stolen during the Holocaust.