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. An Estimated 240,000 Survivors Worldwide Will Be Eligible For the Additional Compensation
A New Program, Established by The Claims Conference and Funded by The German Government, Will Ensure Holocaust Survivors Globally Have the Means to Get To COVID-19 Vaccine Sites
In honor of the Claims Conference’s 70th Anniversary, we have prepared a booklet reflecting our work on behalf of survivors over the years. Learn more.
The Claims Conference is introducing an online tool for digital certification, called PANEEM. This tool 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.
Visit the PANEEM site at https://paneem.claimscon.org; or search for PANEEM on the application store (iOS and Android).
For questions about PANEEM, please view the Frequently Asked Questions.
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.