Grants Database 2014

This is an archive of past grants. For current grants, please see Grants Database 2016.

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TypeFundInstitutionCityStateCountryGrantPurpose
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Israelis of Central European OriginTel AvivIsrael₪810,000Toward the Solidaritaetswerk program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationYiddish Theater in Israel-YiddishpielTel AvivIsrael₪800,000Toward 150 performances in homes for the elderly.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationYEDID - The Association for Community EmpowermentJerusalemIsrael₪165,000Toward expanding the legal and social assistance program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAmutat Misgav LakashishJerusalemIsrael₪60,000Toward the friendly visiting program for homebound Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAMCHAJerusalemIsrael₪1,600,000Toward providing treatment for Nazi victims at AMCHA offices and clubs.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAMCHAJerusalemIsrael₪736,000Toward treatment for homebound Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAMCHAJerusalemIsrael₪612,000Toward the friendly visiting volunteer program for homebound Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAMCHAJerusalemIsrael₪1,064,216Toward rent for six branches throughout the country.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAMCHAJerusalemIsrael₪200,000Toward psychological support for Nazi victims living in Otef Azza.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationUnion of Associations for the Elderly in IsraelRishon LezionIsrael₪6,750,000Toward the senior day center program.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationUnion of Associations for the Elderly in IsraelRishon LezionIsrael₪2,700,000Toward the supportive community program.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationUnion of Associations for the Elderly in IsraelRishon LezionIsrael₪810,000Toward the supportive community program in Otef Azza.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRambam Medical CenterHaifaIsrael₪4,526,000Toward relocating the chemotherapy department, whch treats 290 Nazi victims annually, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHealth Clinic Care Program - Ministry of HealthJerusalemIsrael₪420,000Toward the Health Clinic Care Program to help treat the 30,000 needy Jewish Nazi victims suffering from mental illness and inform them of available benefits and financial assistance.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRabin Medical Center - Beilinson CampusPetach TikvaIsrael₪11,096,000Toward relocating two internal medicine departments that serve 1,050 Nazi victims annually and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationYad SarahJerusalemIsrael₪1,200,000Toward purchasing medical equipment to be loaned to Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation for the Aged-Petach TikvaPetach TikvaIsrael₪200,000Toward expanding and renovating the Pepper senior day center, where one-third of attendees are Nazi victims, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of the Home for Senior Citizens by the Union of Bulgarian OlimRishon LeZionIsrael₪1,808,577Toward expanding and upgrading the frail department, where 126 Nazi victims reside, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRegional Council Hof-HasharonShefayimIsrael₪400,000Toward upgrading the senior day center and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAMIT - Association for the AgedNess ZionaIsrael₪300,000Toward expanding the mentally frail unit of the senior day center, where one-third of attendees are Nazi victims, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation for the Elderly - Rishon Le ZionRishon Le ZionIsrael₪300,000Toward upgrading the Oranim senior day center, where more than one-third of attendees are Nazi victims, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBeit Avraham - The Sephardic Home for the AgedHaifaIsrael₪1,500,000Toward upgrading and expanding the frail department, where one-third of residents are Nazi victims, and purchasing equipment.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation for the Welfare of the Aged - Be'er ShevaBeer ShevaIsrael₪2,626,623Toward upgrading the nursing home's nursing department A, where half the residents are Nazi victims, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRambam Medical CenterHaifaIsrael₪3,066,000Toward relocating the radiotherapy department, which treats 440 Nazi victims annually, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationMeir Hospital Sapir Medical CenterKfar SabaIsrael₪4,982,250Toward upgrading the pulmonary medicine department, which treats 400 Nazi victims annually, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationNational Food Program for Nazi Victims in IsraelJerusalemIsrael₪7,000,000Toward the food program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBnei Brith Parents HomeHaifaIsrael₪1,200,000Toward upgrading the nursing department, where half the residents are Nazi victims, and purchasing furnishings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationYad Ezer La'haverHaifaIsrael₪146,000Toward purchasing a van and installing a wheelchair lift for transporting Nazi victims to receive medical care.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFoundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in IsraelTel AvivIsrael₪5,400,000Toward administrative costs of programs for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAteret - Retirement House "Neve Oranim"GederaIsrael$476,394Toward establishing a new frail department, where it is believed half the residents will be Nazi victims, and purchasing equipment.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAteret - Retirement House "Neve Oranim"GederaIsrael$328,800
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolon MunicipalityHolonIsrael$267,000Toward establishing a senior day center and purchasing equipment.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationPesach Tikvah/Door of HopeBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$100,400Toward establishing a supportive community program.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationSheba Medical CenterTel HashomerIsrael$1,976,840Toward upgrading two surgery departments comprising 58 beds, establishing six additional beds, and purchasing equipment.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAmerican Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors of Greater BostonAuburndaleMassachusettsUnited States$15,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Holocaust Survivors in CroatiaZagrebCroatia$10,500Toward the socialization program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBaycrest Center for Geriatric CareTorontoOntarioCanada$35,000Toward case management for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBikur Cholim Jewish Volunteer Services of TorontoTorontoOntarioCanada$20,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationTzedaka FoundationBuenos AiresArgentina$20,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationDallas Holocaust MuseumDallasTexasUnited States$6,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCentral Europe Center for Research and DocumentationViennaAustria$6,312Toward the Budapest Café Centropa socialization program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBoro Park YM - YWHABrooklynNew YorkUnited States$130,000Toward the day center and Alzheimer's program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCentral Board of Jewish Communities in GreeceAthensGreece$345,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCASIMMarseilleFrance$245,600Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBlue CardNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$193,920Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims in the U.S.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFerd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family & Children's ServiceWest Palm BeachFloridaUnited States$211,800Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCentral Jewish Welfare CommissionWarsawPoland$345,347Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCentral Union of Jewish Religious Communities in the Slovak RepublicBratislavaSlovakia$123,192Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationChicago Center for Torah and ChesedChicagoIllinoisUnited States$10,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCircle of CareTorontoOntarioCanada$596,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCommunity Improvement CouncilSpring ValleyNew YorkUnited States$130,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFederation of Jewish Communities in SerbiaBelgradeSerbia$143,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFederation of Jewish Communities of Romania (FEDROM)BucharestRomania$405,251Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationGulf Coast Jewish Family & Community ServicesClearwaterFloridaUnited States$91,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHidden Child Foundation - ADLNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$10,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHidden Child of WestchesterHastings on HudsonNew YorkUnited States$1,750Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHidden Child Organization SlovakiaBratislavaSlovakia$8,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHidden Child PraguePragueCzech Republic$4,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHidden Children of the Holocaust of Bergen CountyTeaneckNew JerseyUnited States$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Survivors CharityBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Survivors Group of Southern NevadaLas VegasNevadaUnited States$8,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewishCare, New South WalesSydneyAustralia$610,622Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Care, VictoriaMelbourneAustralia$710,622Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Child and Family ServiceWinnipegManitobaCanada$3,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Center of Greater Buffalo and Holocaust Resource Center of BuffaloGetzvilleNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Council of CanarsieBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$20,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of Amsterdam (Joodse Gemeente Amsterdam)Amsterdam, HollandNetherlands$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community BelgradeBelgradeSerbia$45,000Toward the food program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of StockholmStockholmSweden$106,911Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community ServicesBaltimoreMarylandUnited States$362,091Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Services of South FloridaMiamiFloridaUnited States$1,112,940Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFederation of Jewish Communities in Czech RepublicPragueCzech Republic$190,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family & Child ServiceTorontoOntarioCanada$85,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family & Children's Service of PittsburghPittsburghPennsylvaniaUnited States$91,720Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family & Children's Service of Southern ArizonaTucsonArizonaUnited States$108,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Child ServicePortlandOregonUnited States$38,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's ServiceLong BeachCaliforniaUnited States$50,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Service of MinneapolisMinnetonkaMinnesotaUnited States$74,160Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Services of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States$404,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Services of the East BayBerkeleyCaliforniaUnited States$113,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family ServiceSeattleWashingtonUnited States$67,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service Association of ClevelandBeachwoodOhioUnited States$259,483Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of Broward CountyPlantationFloridaUnited States$642,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of Los AngelesLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$1,242,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of Metropolitan DetroitWest BloomfieldMichiganUnited States$260,720Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Services of Greater HartfordWest HartfordConnecticutUnited States$165,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationZentralwohlfahrtsstelle der Juden in Deutschland e.V.Frankfurt am MainGermany$671,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationYajad - Red de Asistencia Social de la Comunidad Judia de VenezuelaCaracasVenezuela$25,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationWestchester Jewish Community ServicesWhite PlainsNew YorkUnited States$6,200Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationVancouver Holocaust Education CentreVancouverBritish ColumbiaCanada$16,500Toward the socialization program and case management for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationUnited Jewish Organizations of WilliamsburgBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$50,000Toward social services for Nazi victims in cooperation with Pesach Tikvah.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationTzedaka FoundationBuenos AiresArgentina$733,160Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationUniao Brasileiro-Israelita do Bem-Estar Social - UNIBESSao PauloBrazil$105,288Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationTomche Shabbos of Boro Park and FlatbushBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$110,000Toward the food program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRuth & Norman Rales Jewish Family ServicesBoca RatonFloridaUnited States$200,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRoyal Society for Jewish Welfare "Centrale"AntwerpBelgium$117,845Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Healthcare FoundationLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$60,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRockland Jewish Family ServiceWest NyackNew YorkUnited States$20,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationNew Cracow Friendship SocietySeafordNew YorkUnited States$7,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationOhel Children's Home & Family ServicesBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$40,000Toward mental health services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationQueens Chapter of Holocaust SurvivorsWhitestoneNew YorkUnited States$13,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Home & Aging Services Program for Holocaust Survivors and FamiliesWest BloomfieldMichiganUnited States$8,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Social Service Agency of RomeRomeItaly$75,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of MalmoMalmoSweden$44,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRiverdale YM-YWHA Simon Senior CenterBronxNew YorkUnited States$3,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationMetropolitan Council on Jewish PovertyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$90,000Toward the Metropair program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationManhattan Chapter of Women Holocaust SurvivorsBronxNew YorkUnited States$20,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationKings Bay YM-YWHABrooklynNew YorkUnited States$4,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Federation of Metropolitan ChicagoChicagoIllinoisUnited States$610,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationGulf Coast Jewish Family & Community ServicesClearwaterFloridaUnited States$10,000Toward expanding the socialization program for Nazi victims to include Sarasota County.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of TunisiaTunisTunisia$40,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCASIP - COJASORParisFrance$877,644Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation D'Aide Aux Israelites Ages Et Malades (ADIAM) SolidaritéParisFrance$900,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family ServicesColumbusOhioUnited States$65,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationWellington Jewish Care of the Aged Society IncorporatedParaparaumu BeachNew Zealand$25,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationSwiss Jewish Welfare OrganizationZurichSwitzerland$60,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater BostonWalthamMassachusettsUnited States$234,400Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAhavas Yisrael Charity FundBaltimoreMarylandUnited States$65,000Toward the food voucher program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationB'nai Brith CanadaTorontoOntarioCanada$5,000Toward socialization programs for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationNachas Health & Family NetworkBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$160,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Council of Greater Coney IslandBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$625,800Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Social Service AgencyRockvilleMarylandUnited States$141,960Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Career ServicesAtlantaGeorgiaUnited States$160,800Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of MilanMilanItaly$37,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$3,001,168Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Federation and Family Services of Orange CountyIrvineCaliforniaUnited States$63,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark$47,620Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationGuardians of the Sick / Bikur Cholim Hesed OrganizationBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$1,137,200Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationPhoenix Holocaust Survivors' AssociationPhoenixArizonaUnited States$17,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of Greater CincinnatiCincinnatiOhioUnited States$90,300Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCommunity Outreach CenterMonseyNew YorkUnited States$15,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCummings Jewish Centre for SeniorsMontrealQuebecCanada$433,308Toward social services for Nazi victims in Montreal and in smaller communities throughout Canada.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationPesach Tikvah/Door of HopeBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$228,728Toward social services for Nazi victims, in cooperation with United Jewish Organizations.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationNew Life ClubSan DiegoCaliforniaUnited States$10,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationK'hal Adath JeshurunNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$50,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of TidewaterVirginia BeachVirginiaUnited States$32,480Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Holocaust Survivors from the Former Soviet UnionBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$12,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFundación Tzedaká del UruguayMontevideoUruguay$7,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationWashington State Holocaust Education Resource CenterSeattleWashingtonUnited States$10,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFundación Tzedaká del UruguayMontevideoUruguay$40,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of Greater DallasDallasTexasUnited States$82,380Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community ZagrebZagrebCroatia$100,077Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Survivors of LatviaRoslyn HeightsNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationMemoria y ToleranciaCuauhtemoc, Mexico CityMexico$42,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service Agency of Las VegasLas VegasNevadaUnited States$90,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family ServicesAlbuquerqueNew MexicoUnited States$12,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationStichting Joods Maatschappelijk Werk/Dutch Jewish Social ServicesAmsterdamNetherlands$239,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Children of the Holocaust in PolandWarsawPoland$21,500Toward group psychotherapy for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family ServicesMilwaukeeWisconsinUnited States$55,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater PhiladelphiaPhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaUnited States$330,160Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Jewish Family Service AgenciesElizabethNew JerseyUnited States$599,480Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Services of Silicon ValleyLos GatosCaliforniaUnited States$75,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationChild Survivors DeutschlandBerlinGermany$7,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRodeph Chesed Volunteer Ambulette TransportBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$105,000Toward transportation for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Center at Starrett CityBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$12,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationTAGIM v.z.w. of Torah Avodah Gmilut Chassadim - Torah Naleven van de Eredienst, Liefdadidigheid VZWAntwerpBelgium$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Jewish Holocaust Survivors in PhiladelphiaPhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaUnited States$8,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRuth & Norman Rales Jewish Family ServicesBoca RatonFloridaUnited States$7,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFerd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family & Children's ServiceWest Palm BeachFloridaUnited States$6,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationLiberal Jewish Community of AmsterdamAmsterdamNetherlands$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJCC of the Greater Five TownsCedarhurstNew YorkUnited States$70,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationLegal Services for New York CityBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward legal services for Nazi victims, focusing on housing and entitlement issues.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBikur Cholim of Rockland CountyMonseyNew YorkUnited States$200,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationChevra HatzalahBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$500,000Toward purchasing medical equipment and supplies to benefit Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationReshetSantiagoChile$30,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBaycrest Center for Geriatric Care - Terraces of BaycrestTorontoOntarioCanada$25,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHungarian Jewish Social Support FoundationBudapestHungary$1,247,693Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationCOA Sydney IncorporatedSydneyAustralia$115,500Toward the food program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationOrganization of Jews in Bulgaria "Shalom"SofiaBulgaria$127,307Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationService Social JuifBrusselsBelgium$160,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Service of El PasoEl PasoTexasUnited States$5,200Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationInstituicao Beneficente Israelita "Ten Yad"Sao PauloBrazil$45,000Toward weekly food packages for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationMetropolitan Jewish Health System Hospice and Palliative CareBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$9,000Toward staffing costs of the rabbi and the director of the hospice program.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Services of OttawaOttawaOntarioCanada$40,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of San DiegoSan DiegoCaliforniaUnited States$132,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationUnion of Italian Jewish CommunitiesRomeItaly$199,538Toward social services for Nazi victims throughout Italy.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service AgencyVancouverBritish ColumbiaCanada$155,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationNew York Legal Assistance GroupNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward the Legal Services for Holocaust Survivors program.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Jewish Family Service AgenciesElizabethNew JerseyUnited States$60,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Jewish Refugees in Great BritainMiddlesexUnited Kingdom$992,231Toward social services for Nazi victims throughout the U.K.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of GothenburgGothenburgSweden$33,226Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBranch of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in the Republic of KazakhstanAlmatyKazakhstanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics$219,189Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationLa BenevolencijaSarajevoBosnia-Herzegovina$115,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Museum and Study CenterSuffernNew YorkUnited States$3,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of ColoradoDenverColoradoUnited States$84,500Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRefuah Helpline (dba Refuah Resources)BrooklynNew YorkUnited States$25,000Toward medical referrals and case management for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family Service of HoustonHoustonTexasUnited States$40,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Child Survivors of ConnecticutWestonConnecticutUnited States$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBlue CardNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$220,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims throughout the U.S.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics$2,320,331Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Moscow and Kaliningrad regions.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationThe American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in MoldovaKishinevMoldova$1,545,357Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in BelarusMinskBelarus$336,294Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBishkek Jewish Charity Foundation "Hesed Tikva"BishkekKyrgyzstanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics$111,970Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationLithuanian Jewish CommunityVilniusLithuania$100,000Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHesed GershonBakuAzerbaijanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics$91,052Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia$394,070Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Novosibirsk region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia$528,268Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the St. Petersburg region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia$907,407Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in Ekaterinburg and the Ural region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee" in KievKievUkraine$2,364,158Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Odessa region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHesed YeoshuaTashkentUzbekistanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics$120,128Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee" in KievKievUkraine$1,425,951Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Kharkov region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationLatvian Council of Jewish CommunitiesRigaLatvia$336,742Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee" in KievKievUkraine$3,441,454Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Kiev region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia$463,700Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Northern Caucasus and Rostov region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHesed EliyahuTbilisiGeorgiaRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics$242,173Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationNew York Association of Holocaust SurvivorsBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$12,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Holocaust Survivors in SwedenStockholmSweden$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee" in KievKievUkraine$3,209,120Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims as operated by the Hesed organizations in the Dnepropetrovsk region.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance ProgramNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$1,750,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims in North America, South America, Europe and Australia.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Jewish Refugees in Great BritainMiddlesexUnited Kingdom$216,700Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of TunisiaTunisTunisia$28,650Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of EstoniaTallinnEstonia$208,800Toward lifesaving social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationThe YIZKOR ProjectDenverColoradoUnited States$3,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationLadies Bikur Cholim D'SatmarBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$150,000Toward the food program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationClaims Conference - Caregiver Support SeminarsNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$25,000Toward seminars to assist caregivers for Nazi victims, and recording them for online viewing.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationAmerican Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$7,830,268Toward overseeing and administering social welfare allocations in the FSU.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Foundation for the Righteous-Hassidei Umot HaolamNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$52,500Toward support for Righteous Gentiles originally recognized by the Claims Conference.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Foundation for the RighteousNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$300,000Toward support for Righteous Gentiles.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationVaad RefuahBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$10,000Toward compiling, publishing and disseminating a hospital patient advocacy training manual and guidebook to include information specific to the needs of Jewish Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFolksbiene Yiddish TheatreNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$40,000Toward performances for Nazi victims at old age homes, community centers and Café Europa gatherings.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationTomchei Shabbos of QueensKew GardensNew YorkUnited States$60,000Toward the food program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationEdith and Carl Marks Jewish Community House of BensonhurstBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$25,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJoyce D. and Andrew J. Mandell Greater Hartford Jewish Community CenterWest HartfordConnecticutUnited States$3,650Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust & Intolerance Museum of New MexicoAlbuquerqueNew MexicoUnited States$2,500Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBet Tzedek Legal ServicesLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$40,000Toward legal services for Nazi victims, focusing on Holocaust-related compensation payments, housing,public benefits and long-term planning.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationRiverdale Chapter of Jewish Holocaust SurvivorsBronxNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Center of Staten IslandStaten IslandNew YorkUnited States$3,000Toward the Café Europa program for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community Council of Washington Heights-InwoodNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$17,000Toward transportation for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationJewish Healthcare FoundationLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$29,724Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationBoro Park Jewish Community CouncilBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$55,000Toward social services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationFoundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in IsraelTel AvivIsrael$35,000,000Toward homecare for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationWorld Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the HolocaustBurlingtonMassachusettsUnited States$7,500Toward therapeutic workshops and a Café Europa at the annual conference.
Social ServicesSuccessor OrganizationEzra Le'Marpeh - The Israel Institute for Medical AssistanceBnei BrakIsrael₪2,800,000Toward establishing a rehabilitation center in Sderot including a hydrotherapy pool.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEshel the Association for the Planning and Development of Services for the Aged in IsraelJerusalemIsrael₪324,000Toward 10 new groups in the "Witness Theater" program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHavatzelet, Moreshet - Mordechai Anielevich Memorial Holocaust Study and Research CenterM.P. MenasheIsrael₪397,000Toward Holocaust seminars for students and soldiers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪229,700Toward translating and publishing in English four books of Holocaust research.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationIsrael Air Force AssociationHerzliyaIsrael₪135,000Toward the documentary,“Breaking the Silence," about the 137 early IAF pilots who were Holocaust survivors and did not speak about their pasts during the state's early years.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHavatzelet, Moreshet - Mordechai Anielevich Memorial Holocaust Study and Research CenterM.P. MenasheIsrael₪91,800Toward training Arab teachers to teach about the Holocaust in Arab schools, including preparing materials in Arabic, a semester enrichment course and two days at Yad Vashem. Arabic texts will be added to exhibits to facilitate visits of Arabic speakers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMassuah - Institute for the Study of the HolocaustKibbutz Tel YitzhaqIsrael₪1,116,000Toward developing and producing the Holocaust-focused parts of a permanent interactive exhibition, "Anti-Semitism and Racism – Sanctioning Genocide."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMichlalah - Jerusalem CollegeJerusalemIsrael₪285,000Toward two research projects, on the attempts to save the groups of Jews in the Vittel camp in France by rescue operatives from Europe, America and the Jewish Yishuv; and on the different types of formal and informal schooling created by religious factions in the ghettos.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationOranim Academic College of EducationKiryat TivonIsrael₪71,600Toward educating trainee teachers to guide student visits to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMaayan Hachinuch HatoraniJerusalemIsrael₪300,000Toward developing and producing an educational exhibition on the Holocaust, including material on Sephardic Jewish communities in North Africa and Greece, intended for educators and
students from junior high schools and follows the introduction of the Holocaust into its curriculum; and a training course on teaching the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHebrew University of Jerusalem - Center for Jewish ArtJerusalemIsrael₪70,000Toward digitizing Shoah-related materials in the Center for Jewish Art archive.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAgudat Beit YaacovTel AvivIsrael₪307,000Toward Holocaust teacher training courses, including stipends for an educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBen-Zvi Institute for the Study of Jewish Communities in the EastJerusalemIsrael₪285,000Toward scanning, digitizing and labeling documents and photos related to North African Jewry during World War II, including uploading materials to the website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEducation and Culture Center - Chasidei Gur SeminaryBnei BrakIsrael₪140,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGordon College of EducationHaifaIsrael₪146,000Toward educator training, including courses for pre-service teachers, a summer course including a Poland visit foe pre-service teachers, supervision of Holocaust teaching by trainees in schools, and visits to Holocaust-related sites in Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMichlalah - Jerusalem CollegeJerusalemIsrael₪494,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program and developing curriculum materials.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪109,000Toward adding a section on gentiles from Poland to the Righteous Among the Nations online database and resource center.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪135,000Toward translating and publishing five Holocaust survivor memoirs, in either Hebrew or English.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEfrata Teachers CollegeJerusalemIsrael₪151,000Toward certification for teaching the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Lohamei Haghetaot-Ghetto Fighters' House MuseumM.P. Western GalileeIsrael₪970,000Toward continuating to computerize and digitize the archive and upload material to the website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHillel Israel Ltd.JerusalemIsrael₪491,000Toward the “Zachor v’Kabed” college student project on six campuses of weekly Holocaust education sessions and volunteering with Holocaust survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMercaz Beth Jacob in Eretz YisroelJerusalemIsrael₪462,000Toward teacher training in Holocaust education, including stipends for an educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪225,000Toward translating and publishing five Holocaust-era diaries in Hebrew or English.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad Mordechai MuseumMP Hof AshkelonIsrael₪186,000Toward study days on the Holocaust for middle and high school students and soldiers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSociety for the Preservation of Israel Heritage SitesMikveh IsraelIsrael₪200,000Toward expanding the Atlit information center's database clandestine immigrants' names and related materials and putting it online.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYaacov Herzog College (at Yeshivat Har Etzion)Gush EtzionIsrael₪237,000Toward the Holocaust teacher training program, including stipends for the educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHaifa University - Strochlitz Institute of Holocaust StudiesHaifaIsrael₪89,300Toward publishing the annual scholarly journal DAPIM – Studies on the Shoah, Hebrew and English volumes #28.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHazit Hakavod AssociationJerusalemIsrael₪22,000Toward research for a documentary, "The Refugees of the Holocaust (USSR 1941-1945)."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Berl College - The Holocaust Teaching CenterDoar Beit BerlIsrael₪133,000Toward teacher training, including stipends for an educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationThe German-Speaking Jewry Heritage MuseumMigdal TefenIsrael₪556,000Toward digitizing and computerizing the collection of over 300 family archives (some 400,000 documents, letters, photographs, diaries, and historical objects) of German-speaking
Jews who immigrated to Israel, and making certain parts public.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHazit Hakavod AssociationJerusalemIsrael₪27,900Toward publishing "Holocaust Refugees – New Evidences," testimonies of Nazi victims, in Russian.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeth Jacob Teachers InstituteJerusalemIsrael₪255,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program and developing material.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHavatzelet, Moreshet - Mordechai Anielevich Memorial Holocaust Study and Research CenterM.P. MenasheIsrael₪125,000Toward teacher in-service training courses on the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationPardes Institute of Jewish StudiesJerusalemIsrael₪86,000Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust, including stipends for an educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAssociation for the Establishment of the Museum of the Jewish Soldier in WWIIRamat GanIsrael₪372,000Toward the Holocaust elements of an additional wing of the Museum at Latrun, entitled “From the War for Survival to the War of Independence.”
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationWorld Zionist OrganizationJerusalemIsrael₪110,200Toward developing materials and conducting seminars on Zionist activity during the Holocaust period, for youth movement activists, IDF soldiers and young adults from Israel and elsewhere.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTal-Nir AssociationTel AvivIsrael₪89,300Toward stipends for an educational visit to Poland for educational leaders of the Moshav Movement.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRhodes Heritage FellowshipJerusalemIsrael₪90,000Toward the documentary, "The Holocaust of Sephardic Communities," about the Greek Jewish communities in Rhodes and Kos and other Ladino-speaking communities before and during WWII.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHazit Hakavod AssociationJerusalemIsrael₪105,000Toward the research symposium "Jewish Refugees and Evacuation, USSR, 1941-45" and publishing the proceedings.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationShem Olam InstituteKfar HaroehIsrael₪380,000Toward Holocaust seminars for high school students and developing study materials.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationShem Olam InstituteKfar HaroehIsrael₪230,000Toward sorting, cataloguing, translating, preserving and digitizing Holocaust-related archival material.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationThe HebrewsTel AvivIsrael₪126,000Toward a documentary on the life of the poet Zelda and her poem "Unto Every Person There Is a Name," focusing on the poem’s place in Holocaust legacy in Israel and on including the names of individuals in memorial ceremonies.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationThe Phoenixes (Ofot Hachol)JerusalemIsrael₪126,000Toward producing a documentary about a Kindertransport survivor who became a Mossad agent and dedicated his life to rescuing Jewish refugees in enemy countries and bringing them to Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationOraita for Jewish Thought and HalachaNetanyaIsrael₪86,000Toward the next anthology pertaining to the Holocaust from a religious law perspective, including rabbinic responsa on the subjects of Holocaust commemoration, agunot and marital status, survivor testimonies, research articles on rescue and a survey on yeshivot in Hungary and Slovakia up to mid-1944.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHavatzelet, Moreshet - Mordechai Anielevich Memorial Holocaust Study and Research CenterM.P. MenasheIsrael₪120,000Toward producting four brief films about individuals who led the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, for inclusion in museum exhibits.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationShema Kolenu - Center for the Hearing Impaired ChildJerusalemIsrael₪65,000Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust to hearing-impaired youth and developing age-appropriate educational methods.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit TheresienstadtMP Emek HeferIsrael₪215,000Toward student and soldier visits, and expanding seminar content.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit TheresienstadtMP Emek HeferIsrael₪70,000Toward organizing and cataloguing the digitized archives data and bringing it online.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentral Zionist ArchivesJerusalemIsrael₪274,000Toward sorting, preserving, cataloguing and digitizing Holocaust-related archival material.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Lohamei Haghetaot-Ghetto Fighters' House MuseumM.P. Western GalileeIsrael₪1,544,000Toward seminars and study days on the Shoah for Israeli students in grades 7–12 and for security forces.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGinzach Kidush Hashem-Institute for Documentation, Research and CommemorationBnei BrakIsrael₪253,000Toward digitizing and uploading to the website photographs and documents in the archive and editing and digitizing existing testimonies for use in educational settings.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHedva Eibeshitz Institute of Holocaust StudiesHaifaIsrael₪180,000Toward Holocaust Memory Youth Trustees, teachers' In-service studies and study days for middle and high school students.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLimmud, Russian Speakers - IsraelJerusalemIsrael₪77,000Toward the Holocaust elements of Limmud Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMassuah - Institute for the Study of the HolocaustKibbutz Tel YitzhaqIsrael₪106,000Toward Holocaust seminars and study days for teachers and student teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMassuah - Institute for the Study of the HolocaustKibbutz Tel YitzhaqIsrael₪1,420,000Toward Holocaust seminars and study days for members of the security forces, high school classes, disadvantaged youth and participants in educational visits to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHavatzelet, Moreshet - Mordechai Anielevich Memorial Holocaust Study and Research CenterM.P. MenasheIsrael₪108,000Toward publishing Yalkut Moreshet, the academic journal of Holocaust studies, in Hebrew and English.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationOfakim Torah College for WomenOfakimIsrael₪100,000Toward Holocaust teacher training courses and study days.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationOrganization of Partisans, Underground Fighters and Ghetto Rebels in IsraelTel AvivIsrael₪70,000Toward developing the internet database of biographies of Jewish resistance fighters.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAgudat Mitpaleley Beit-Knesset Struma Meyasdey Museum StrumaBeer ShevaIsrael₪19,000Toward student and soldier visits.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Haedut- Yad LaadMoshav Nir GalimIsrael₪684,000Toward four-day trips within Israel for Israeli high school students to Holocaust-related museums, memorial sites and homes of survivors and families of survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪1,000,000Toward archival acquisition, particularly from Eastern Europe.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪3,610,000Toward preserving, cataloguing and computerizing the archive.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪950,000Toward seminars for Israeli middle and high school students and soldiers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪950,000Toward seminars for Israeli educators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪690,000Toward seminars for educators from abroad.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪385,000Toward developing printed and online curriculum materials and publishing an educational journal.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪300,000Toward research and uploading 150 detailed entries and 250 digest entries to the online lexicon of killing sites.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪340,000Toward research and data entry on Holocaust-era deportations and uploading 150 detailed entries and 300 digest entries to the searchable deportations databases.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪130,000Toward assisting survivors in publishing their memoirs.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGinzach Kidush Hashem-Institute for Documentation, Research and CommemorationBnei BrakIsrael₪37,000Toward workshops instructing teachers how to locate archival materials and use them in the classroom.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Lohamei Haghetaot-Ghetto Fighters' House MuseumM.P. Western GalileeIsrael₪356,000Toward courses for in-service teachers, enrichment days for educators and a course for Poland trip guides.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeer Yaakov Mental Health CenterBeer YaakovIsrael₪45,000Toward creating an exhibition about the murder of mentally ill Jews during the Holocaust and further research on the subject.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMichlalah - Jerusalem CollegeJerusalemIsrael₪245,000Toward research and publication of the Anthology of Orthodox Thought Concerning the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMosad Harav KookJerusalemIsrael₪80,000Toward the English editing and publishing of the book, "B’Seter Hamadrega," about the destruction of Hungarian Jewry, the life of Orthodox Jews in pre-Holocaust Hungary and the efforts to rescue them.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationVan Leer Jerusalem InstituteJerusalemIsrael₪192,000Toward researching and preparing a manuscript on the Musar movement and the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationPrice CommunicationsJerusalemIsrael₪122,500Toward post-production of the documentary, "Rescue Train," about finding and retrieving thousands of Jewish orphans who had remained with Christians in Poland following the war.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBen-Zvi Institute for the Study of Jewish Communities in the EastJerusalemIsrael₪285,000Toward scanning, digitizing and labeling of documents and photos related to North African Jewry during WWII, including uploading materials to the website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHaifa University - Strochlitz Institute of Holocaust StudiesHaifaIsrael₪92,400Toward the annual scholarly journal DAPIM –Studies on the Shoah, in Hebrew and English.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Lohamei Haghetaot-Ghetto Fighters' House MuseumM.P. Western GalileeIsrael₪970,000Toward computerizing and digitizing the archive and uploading material to the website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit TheresienstadtMP Emek HeferIsrael₪35,000Toward a three-day public event focusing on Nazi propaganda and films related to Theresienstadt.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪109,000Toward expanding the section on righteous gentiles from Poland to the Righteous Among the Nations online database and resource center.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAvnei NoamBnei BrakIsrael₪142,000Toward lectures on Holocaust-related topics, visits to Holocaust institutions in Israel, and up to 30 stipends for in-service teachers toward a five-day educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Berl College - The Holocaust Teaching CenterDoar Beit BerlIsrael₪135,000Toward teacher training including stipends for an educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeth Jacob Teachers InstituteJerusalemIsrael₪247,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program and developing educational materials.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBirthright IsraelJerusalemIsrael₪525,000Toward including a structured Holocaust seminar.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEducation and Culture Center - Chasidei Gur SeminaryBnei BrakIsrael₪140,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationDegel Yerushalayim Cultural FundJerusalemIsrael₪230,000Toward Shoah workshops for Haredi teachers and youth leaders.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEfrata Teachers CollegeJerusalemIsrael₪151,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program, including stipends for an educational visit to Lithuania.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEshel the Association for the Planning and Development of Services for the Aged in IsraelJerusalemIsrael₪162,000Toward five new groups in the Witness Theater program, bringing together survivors and high school students for weekly meetings and culminating in joint public performances.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGordon College of EducationHaifaIsrael₪150,000Toward teacher training including stipends for a study trip to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHillel Israel Ltd.JerusalemIsrael₪480,000Toward the "Zachor veKabed" project of weekly Holocaust education sessions on six university campuses and weekly volunteering of college students with Holocaust survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYaacov Herzog College (at Yeshivat Har Etzion)Gush EtzionIsrael₪215,000Toward the Holocaust teacher training program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationIsraeli Association for Immigrant ChildrenRehovotIsrael₪130,000Toward educating 300 immigrant high school students about the Holocaust through 4 local educational seminars, monthly student meetings with advisors, a Yad Vashem seminar, and weekly meetings with Nazi victims.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMichlalah - Jerusalem CollegeJerusalemIsrael₪473,000Toward the Holocaust studies teacher training program and developing curriculum materials.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMercaz Beth Jacob in Eretz YisroelJerusalemIsrael₪462,000Toward teacher training in Holocaust education, including stipends for an educational visit to Eastern Europe.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationShuvu/ReturnJerusalemIsrael₪268,000Toward the Holocaust-focused elements of the Roots program for researching family histories in the FSU, teacher training seminars and educational visits to Holocaust institutes in Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYaacov Herzog Center for Jewish StudiesD.N. Sdeh GatIsrael₪40,000Toward the continuation of the Pensioners' College Holocaust seminars.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad Mordechai MuseumMP Hof AshkelonIsrael₪186,000Toward Holocaust study days for Israeli middle school and high school students and soldiers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael₪105,656Toward the Auschwitz Jewish Pavilion.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentro Recordatorio Del HolocaustoMontevideoUruguay$15,000Toward expanding the library
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Lohamei Haghetaot-Ghetto Fighters' House MuseumM.P. Western GalileeIsrael$566,750Toward upgrading and redesigning the main exhibition about Jewish life during the Shoah and events in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMachon Netivei Hahalacha - Ma'agrei Meyda ToranyimGush EtzionIsrael$17,000Toward seminars for teachers and accompanying educational materials on classroom use of a CD of indexed rabbinic responsa to inquiries from Jews under Nazi occupation, with links to the relevant religious texts.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFreie Universität BerlinBerlinGermany$84,000Toward having disadvantaged students create short films using previously recorded survivor testimony, a teacher training seminar on using video testimony in the classroom, and developing an interactive online platform of 900 German language survivor testimonies accessible to students and educators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLeo Baeck Institute (Jerusalem)JerusalemIsrael$9,568Toward the Hebrew publication of the memoir of survivor Heinz Hesdorffer.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$250,000Toward publishing the third volume of the "Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$500,000Toward the Artifact Cataloging Project, including photographing, cataloging, and preparing bibliographic records for 12,000 Holocaust-related artifacts. All photographs will be placed in a photographic digital repository and put online.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMilan Simecka FoundationBratislavaSlovakia$25,000Toward "Anne Frank - History for Today."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHaifa University - Strochlitz Institute of Holocaust StudiesHaifaIsrael$23,331Toward publishing the annual journal DAPIM - Studies on the Shoah, Hebrew and English volumes.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEmek Yezreel CollegeM.P. Emek YezreelIsrael$15,349Toward the student Shoah study program and volunteering with survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAssociation for the Establishment of the Museum of the Jewish Soldier in WWIIRamat GanIsrael$61,909Toward producing oral histories and collecting archival entries of Partisans and Ghetto Fighters to be used in the exhibition.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMassuah - Institute for the Study of the HolocaustKibbutz Tel YitzhaqIsrael$28,140Toward producing an online exhibit on the Eichmann trial.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMassuah - Institute for the Study of the HolocaustKibbutz Tel YitzhaqIsrael$11,665Toward publishing the Massuah Yearbook, "Youth Aliyah - a Rescue and Education Enterprise."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationClaims Conference - \Saul Kagan Fellowship in Advanced Shoah StudiesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$1,128,000Toward fellowships for Ph.D. candidates and post-doctoral scholars in Shoah studies.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$810,000Toward the “Archival Acquisitions and Reproduction Project,” particularly in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Greece, and Latin America.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Federation of São Paulo (FISESP)São PauloBrazil$80,000Toward the educational youth visit to Poland and Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationClark UniversityWorcesterMassachusettsUnited States$80,000Toward research and bursary stipends for four graduate students in the Holocaust studies doctoral program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad YisroelBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$25,000Toward subsidies for educational visits to sites of Nazi atrocities for needy students from the FSU.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationNer L'ElishevaJerusalemIsrael$58,300Toward weekly Shoah education study sessions on five university campuses for 75 participants, and 7-day Poland Seminars for up to 25 participants.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationDestiny FoundationJerusalemIsrael$15,000Toward production of the expanded educational film “The Darkest Days (1939 - 1945)."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$55,000Toward training 35 Zionist youth movement counselors in Argentina to teach about the Shoah to their groups.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$234,000Toward subsidizing educational visits to Poland for Diaspora participants in year-long post- high school study programs in Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for Israel - Holocaust Studies "Joint Project"JerusalemIsrael$45,000Toward a joint training seminar in Holocaust Studies for FSU Educators with Yad Vashem and Beit Lohamei Hagetaot.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$148,000Toward the Emerging Scholars Publication Program, which helps scholars in Holocaust studies improve their chances of attaining tenure-track positions.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeth Shalom - The Holocaust Memorial CentreNottsUnited Kingdom$50,592Toward training teachers from identified partner schools in Holocaust education, introducing each school’s community to the Memorial Centre’s museum and services and maintaining ties with the schools.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAssociation "Shamir"RigaLatvia$34,000Toward researching and developing an exhibition, database, and website for the "Transports from Terezin to Riga" project.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFoundation SobiborAmsterdamNetherlands$27,280Toward the biography "The Silence: Sascha Pecherski," about the leader of the 1943 Sobibor uprising.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of EstoniaTallinnEstonia$34,100Toward developing Holocaust-related content at the Jewish Community Museum.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGalicia Jewish Heritage InstituteKrakowPoland$4,100Toward the traveling exhibit, "On the Other Side of the Torah,” two recently discovered Holocaust-era portraits of a German soldier and his wife painted on the back of Torah scrolls.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTerezin Initiative InstitutePragueCzech Republic$25,000Toward Terezin Album 2, memorializing Czech Holocaust victims by preparing documents to be published online.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGeorgia Commission on the HolocaustSandy SpringsGeorgiaUnited States$19,935Toward an additional 20 Holocaust Learning Trunks to be distributed to schools.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAsociatia Tikvah OradeaOradeaRomania$22,000Toward “Two Girls – Two Diaries,” including bringing the Anne Frank House travelling exhibit to Romania and creating a new travelling exhibit about Anne Frank and Eva Heyman, a Romanian Jewish girl who also kept a diary.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentre for Information and Documentation on IsraelThe HagueNetherlands$30,690Toward bringing 25 high school history teachers to Yad Vashem and instructing them on teaching the Shoah with particular attention toward engaging multicultural populations, and a public symposium and an alumni teacher conference.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUniversity of Vienna / Faculty of LawViennaAustria$27,280Toward research on the 4,000 Austrian Jewish doctors whose rights were stripped, with all information to be published and made into an exhibition.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationPolish Center for Holocaust ResearchWarsawPoland$40,000Toward "Jewish Survival Strategies in Occupied Poland 1939-1945: Studies of Selected Countries," a book and public database to be published based on researching Jews who fled the liquidated ghettos and tried to survive in hiding.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Holocaust Survivors in CroatiaZagrebCroatia$27,280Toward researching, collecting and publishing information about personal histories of Croatian survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationInternational Center of PhotographyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$50,000Toward the Roman Vishniac Project, a collection of more than 25,000 objects and photographs depicting the lives of Central and Eastern European Jewry leading up to WWII, comprising a traveling exhibition, scholarly catalogue, and an online interactive digital archive.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLeo Baeck Institute - NYNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$50,000Toward preserving and microfilming Holocaust-related archival collections.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHistory Meeting HouseWarsawPoland$13,000Toward using the Visual History Archive of the Shoah Foundation as a source for training educators to teach the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$220,740Toward the Oral History Cataloging Project: Creating catalog records of 1,450 interviews from the “Witnesses, Collaborators, and Perpetrators” collection; labeling and cataloging 2,000 survivor oral testimonies acquired elsewhere; and enhancing the current catalog records of 650 Museum-produced, English-language survivor testimonies.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLondon Jewish FederationLondonOntarioCanada$17,000Toward a portable memorial for 29 London Holocaust survivors, with photos and a history of each and an accompanying interactive educational program.
with the memorial project.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationKleinman Family Holocaust Education CenterBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$35,000Toward a traveling interactive exhibition about Jewish refugees in Japanese-occupied Shanghai, including documents, artifacts and video testimonies detailing Jewish escape routes and examining the emergence of a Jewish community in Shanghai and relations between the community and the city’s Japanese population.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$850,000Toward educational visits in Eastern Europe for youth on short-term programs, conditional upon participants going to Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHoward Gotlieb Archival Research CenterBostonMassachusettsUnited States$250,000Toward cataloging the Elie Wiesel archive and making it searchable by name, subject and date, online; digitizing the archive's audio and video material and creating a website to access it; and presenting an exhibition of original material to commemorate Elie Wiesel’s 85th birthday.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$248,470Toward Holocaust education in the FSU Heftziba network of Jewish Day and Sunday Schools.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAlexander Muss Institute for Israel Education (AMIIE)Hod HasharonIsrael$48,000Toward student stipends for educational visits to Poland as part of the Institute’s High School in Israel program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationNational Registry ProjectNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$95,000Toward registering all survivors who came to the U.S. and updating the database as necessary.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationZachor Foundation for Social RemembranceBudapestHungary$27,070Toward developing online educational resources to enable teachers to create lessons based on recorded survivor personal testimonies, written memoirs and diaries.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAnne Frank Center USANew YorkNew YorkUnited States$20,000Toward teacher training and subsidies to enable school visits from low-income areas.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCenter for Jewish HistoryNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$150,000Toward processing and digitizing materials from 97 Holocaust-related collections and putting them on a public website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRegents of the University of California - The History Project with the Jewish Studies ProgramDavisCaliforniaUnited States$30,000Toward Holocaust educator training.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTkuma Central Ukrainian Holocaust FoundationDnepropetrovskUkraine$93,000Toward Holocaust education programs, materials and teacher training.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSydney Jewish MuseumSydneyAustralia$20,000Toward teacher training to address the new Holocaust element of the national curriculum.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSouth African Holocaust & Genocide FoundationCape TownSouth Africa$136,000Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMidwest Center for Holocaust EducationOverland ParkKansasUnited States$25,000Toward the traveling exhibit “State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSouth African Holocaust & Genocide FoundationCape TownSouth Africa$48,500Toward transcribing survivor interviews and translating, digitizing and cataloging survivors' documents and photographs; and developing a public web-based archive.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationInstitute of Education at the University of LondonLondonUnited Kingdom$66,000Toward selecting 20 new "Beacon Schools" to design and teach new model Holocaust education curricula, and share them with 100 further schools in new regional networks across the U.K.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCenter for Medicine After the HolocaustHoustonTexasUnited States$60,000Toward identifying medical teaching professionals who seek to implement Holocaust education in their curricula, focusing on eugenics and ethics.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCzestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group (CRARG)SpringfieldOhioUnited States$14,945Toward transcribing and translating to English the police log of the Czestochowa Ghetto-Prison from 1941-1942.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Educational Trust of IrelandDublinIreland$27,280Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Museum of MarylandBaltimoreMarylandUnited States$5,000Toward teacher training workshops.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEdith and Carl Marks Jewish Community House of BensonhurstBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$20,000Toward having Russian-speaking survivors present to youth and families in Brooklyn schools, and creating audio and video formats of age-appropriate versions of survivor stories for students.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMémorial de la ShoahParisFrance$68,200Toward digitizing photos of Jews deported from France before and during World War II and creating a database.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMémorial de la ShoahParisFrance$38,000Toward restoring, digitizing and making public a collection of damaged Holocaust-era documents from a British Jewish relief organization that worked with refugees.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Educational TrustLondonUnited Kingdom$75,000Toward teacher training courses in Jerusalem and Berlin.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMosad Harim LevinBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward a three-part community series of events are designed to promote Holocaust awareness.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTennessee Holocaust CommissionNashvilleTennesseeUnited States$25,200Toward editing and formatting film footage of 79 survivors living in Tennessee for short films for classroom use, accompanied by a lesson plan with accompanying material, which will all be on the Commission’s website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$193,000Toward the "Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945, Volume V: Extermination, Forced Labor, and Dentention Camps under the SS and Police."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$204,000Toward publishing Volumes 4 and 5 of "Jewish Responses to Persecution, 1933-1946."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$200,000Toward digitizing, cataloging, and indexing name-related materials, including census reports, transport and arrival lists, lists of ghetto inhabitants, forced labor cards, and death lists; linking each name to the originating document; and making the information public.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Theological SeminaryNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$40,000Toward searching post-Soviet archives for documents related to destroyed Jewish communities and making these collections accessible to scholars in a series of regionally-based guides.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHidden Child Foundation - ADLNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$6,200Toward "The Hidden Child," an annual collection of essays and articles by scholars, researchers and survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeyoğlu Jewish Rabbinate FoundationIstanbulTurkey$20,000Toward creating Holocaust awareness in Turkey and educating Jewish youth to defend against Holocaust denial, including seminars and classes and an educational visit to Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMosad Harim LevinBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$100,000Toward a Holocaust-related educational program for Hasidic middle and high school students, including creating two films and translating material into Yiddish, and two community events for Hasidic adults.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFacing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc.BrooklineMassachusettsUnited States$75,000Toward professional development seminars, workshops, follow-up support and classroom materials for middle- and high-school Jewish educators throughout North America.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentral Europe Center for Research and DocumentationViennaAustria$47,740Toward the Centropa Summer Academy in Berlin for 70 educators, including having them develop lesson plans following the program and submit them to Centropa.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationPeter StastnyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward the documentary "Better Late Than Never," incorporating interviews with survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationNew York Foundation for the ArtsBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward producing the PBS documentary episode, “The Blind Eye: Hunting Adolf Eichmann in Post-War Europe," part of a three-part series.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$75,000Toward Holocaust-related lectures, weekend seminars and study trips for college-age youth in Germany and Austria.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for Israel and Yad VashemJerusalemIsrael$130,000Toward courses and seminars to teach the Holocaust to South American youth leaders and students.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeth Medrash GevohaLakewoodNew JerseyUnited States$29,750Toward cataloging, elucidating and preparing for publication previously unknown scholars' responsa and teachings dealing with issues that arose during the Shoah; integrating the materials into a comprehensive catalogue; and publishing the results.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJrootsLondonUnited Kingdom$39,550Toward an educational visit to Poland for college students.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Partisan Educational FoundationSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States$30,000Toward training educators to integrate film clips, discussion prompts, and classroom activities into a curriculum on Jewish partisans.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Centre of New ZealandWellingtonNew Zealand$50,000Toward bringing selected teachers to Yad Vashem for a 10-day educational visit, providing three additional teacher training seminars, and developing a teachers' resource kit.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMuseum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the HolocaustNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$27,000Toward the traveling exhibition, "The Place They Called Auschwitz," tracing the town’s history and development before, during and after the war.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMuseum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the HolocaustNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$292,000Toward Holocaust-related educational programs, including teacher training.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAssociation of Children of the Holocaust in PolandWarsawPoland$9,000Toward the annual educational program for students and teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$810,000Toward the Archival Acquisitions and Reproduction Project, particularly in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Greece and Latin America.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Educational Trust of IrelandDublinIreland$24,175Toward the Certificate in Holocaust Education program in Poland and Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Historical MuseumAmsterdamNetherlands$63,840Toward "Faces of Innocence," a traveling exhibition that memorializes the 18,000 Dutch Jewish children killed in the Shoah, and an accompanying educational program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Historical MuseumAmsterdamNetherlands$53,200Toward an interactive website, "Renewal Jewish Monument Online," which will document and memorialize 104,000 people who perished during the German occupation of the Netherlands.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Historical MuseumAmsterdamNetherlands$48,545Toward a series of small-scale meetings in former Jewish homes and in homes where Jews were hidden, featuring survivors, relatives, and/or locals telling personal stories about each house and the fate of its occupants.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFondazione Centro Di Documentazione Ebraica ContemporaneaMilanItaly$20,349Toward digitizing 240 tape-recorded interviews made between 1982 and 2004 of Jews who survived deportation from Italy or escaped, and making them available on the organization's website.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMuseum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the HolocaustNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$55,000Toward upgrading the mobile audio guides, including offering six additional languages and improved visual content.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRussian Research and Educational Holocaust CenterMoscowRussia$12,500Toward collecting and preserving personal collections of Holocaust victims and participants in the Jewish resistance, and the research and publication of the next volume of "Save My Letters."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRussian Research and Educational Holocaust CenterMoscowRussia$95,000Toward the annual Holocaust educational program for Russian students and teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAction and Protection FoundationBudapestHungary$38,000Toward a pilot teacher training program for one year for a minimum of five seminars.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMilan Simecka FoundationBratislavaSlovakia$13,800Toward an online Holocaust educational course for primary and secondary school teachers, including three-day in-person workshops at the beginning and end of the course.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Museum HoustonHoustonTexasUnited States$22,000Toward the Curriculum Trunk Program, providing Holocaust-related educational materials throughout Texas secondary schools.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Cultural Heritage Society of Pápa and the RegionPápaHungary$15,000Toward a photo album, "The Forgotten Neighbors," a selection of photographs from a 2012 exhibit commemorating the Jewish families who lived in Pápa and the surrounding region.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLimmud FSU International FoundationDoverDelawareUnited States$150,000Toward the Holocaust elements of Limmud FSU.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLimmud FSU International FoundationDoverDelawareUnited States$46,500Toward the Holocaust elements of Limmud FSU in North America.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$352,000Toward the Cataloging, Description, and Digitization Project, to improve the searchability of inadequately described or cataloged archival collections.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRaritan Valley Community College FoundationSomervilleNew JerseyUnited States$8,000Toward an educational documentary of conversations between college students and Holocaust survivors, to be incorporated into middle- and high school Holocaust curricula with an accompanying teachers' guide.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEuropean Janusz Korczak Academy e.V.MunichGermany$19,000Toward the educator training program "Educational Remembrance Work in Germany Without Contemporary Witnesses."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAnnual Scholars' Conference on the Holocaust and the ChurchesMerion StationPennsylvaniaUnited States$25,000Toward publishing selected papers from the 44th Annual Scholars’ Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationB’nai B’rith UruguayMontevideoUruguay$20,500B’nai B’rith Uruguay seeks funding for its educational program entitled “The Shoah Project:
Memory and Legacy of the Holocaust.” The program will introduce third year public and private
high school students to the events and chronology of the Holocaust, including Nazi ideology,
persecution of Jews, ghettoization and the Final Solution, using the narrative of Uruguayan
Holocaust survivor Chil Rajchman to provide context and immediate relevance. Additional
educational support will be provided upon request to teachers from participating schools. The
program is projected to reach an estimated 9,450 students between the ages of 14 and 15. As per
Claims Conference request, the staff of B’nai B’rith Uruguay will undergo pedagogical training
from Holocaust education trainers at Yad Vashem
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Federations of Canada, UIATorontoOntarioCanada$35,000Toward cataloging, tagging and making accessible survivor footage from 25 years of March of the Living Canada.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSousa Mendes FoundationHuntingtonNew YorkUnited States$25,000Toward a project about the Portuguese diplomat who issued unauthorized visas to 30,000 Jews and others persecuted by the Nazis, including creating a scholarly publication and a companion online database, and continued support for an existing traveling exhibition.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of ThessalonikiThessalonikiGreece$40,785Toward producing educational materials about the history of the Jews of Greece until and including WWII, and a three-day seminar for high school teachers on local Jewish history, curriculum and lesson plan development, and use of the Visual History Archive of the USC Shoah Foundation.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Foundation of UkraineKievUkraine$15,000Toward producing the second part of a two-part documentary film, "Crying of Chernozem," focusing on the destruction of the Jewish communities in the villages of Tarashcha and Kivshevatoe during the war, and the subsequent trial of the perpetrators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCenter for Jewish Culture and CreativityBeverly HillsCaliforniaUnited States$20,000Toward post-production of the documentary, "Surviving Skokie," about the life of a survivor and his efforts to prevent a march by the National Socialist Party of America through Skokie, Illinois.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnified Hungarian Jewish CongregationBudapestHungary$46,000Toward the traveling exhibit “The Impact of the Holocaust on Hungarian Culture and Society,” including elements of “Researching the History of Labor Service in Bor."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationClark UniversityWorcesterMassachusettsUnited States$80,000Toward fellowship subsidies for students in the the Holocaust Studies Doctoral Education Program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois, Inc.SkokieIllinoisUnited States$22,000Toward the Summer Institutes on Teaching the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Memorial Foundation of Illinois, Inc.SkokieIllinoisUnited States$25,000Toward the educator training program "Summer School for Teachers: Holocaust Education in Poland."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationWashington State Holocaust Education Resource CenterSeattleWashingtonUnited States$10,000Toward the Holocaust educator program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationForum for DialogueWarsawPoland$50,000Toward teaching Polish high school students about Jewish communities in their hometowns before, during, and after the Holocaust, and about anti-Semitism in Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationInstitute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and PolicyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$22,500Toward documenting the rise, development and progress of Holocaust obfuscation in Ukraine and the Baltics.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYIVO Institute For Jewish ResearchNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$34,000Toward preserving, microfilming and digitizing materials from the Vilna ghetto documenting the Shoah that were hidden during its liquidation and saved by partisans.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust and Jewish Resistance Teacher Training ProgramNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$176,000Toward training American high school educators to teach about the Holocaust and Jewish resistance.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRutgers University/The Allen & Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish LifeNew BrunswickNew JerseyUnited States$60,000Toward the Master Teacher Institute in Holocaust Education.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGalicia Jewish Heritage InstituteKrakowPoland$16,500Toward training Polish educators to teach the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationPiotrkow Trybunalski Association, Inc.ScarsdaleNew YorkUnited States$5,500Toward the research publication and web support.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Federation of São Paulo (FISESP)São PauloBrazil$76,000Toward the educational college students' visit to Poland and Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationClaims Conference - Poland Trips StipendsJerusalemIsrael$65,000Toward stipends for educational visits to Poland for high school graduates on year-long programs in Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationEzra OlamiJerusalemIsrael$70,000Toward the Holocaust elements of the School of Jewish Leadership course, with participants in the Poland trip continuing to Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$120,000Toward Holocaust-focused weekend seminars for adults in the former Soviet Union.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$94,000Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust in South American Jewish communities, with Yad Vashem.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$60,000Toward training Argentine youth movement counselors to teach about the Shoah in their local chapters.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$327,600Toward stipends for educational visits to Poland for high school graduates on year-long programs in Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHebrew University - Research AuthorityJerusalemIsrael$18,000Toward 15 subsidies for Hebrew University Master of Education students in the seminar portion of the "Memory, Remembrance and Public History in Germany and Israel" joint two-week program with Freie Universität Berlin.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFreie Universität BerlinBerlinGermany$18,000Toward 15 subsidies for Freie Universitӓt Berlin Master of Education students in the seminar portion of the "Memory, Remembrance and Public History in Germany and Israel" joint two-week program with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationConference of European Rabbis / Lo Tishkach ProjectAntwerpBelgium$200,000Toward “Lo Tishkach European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative,” including a publicly-accessible database about European Jewish burial grounds, a compendium of laws affecting these sites, advocacy to protect and preserve Europe’s Jewish heritage and a Holocaust education youth program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationParis-Barcelone FilmsParisFrance$26,600Toward the documentary, "The Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square," about Jews who roamed the streets of Warsaw selling cigarettes, vodka and newspapers to survive during the
Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTerezin Initiative - International Terezin AssociationPragueCzech Republic$12,500Toward educational visits of Czech students to the Terezin Memorial.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationClaims Conference - The European Shoah Legacy Institute (ESLI)New YorkNew YorkUnited States$48,875Toward the Provenance Research Training Program.\
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael$50,000Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust in South American Jewish communities, with the Jewish Agency for Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationThe Aladdin ProjectParisFrance$149,000Toward Holocaust education seminars in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Senegal and Morocco, with experts from the West sharing their experiences with educators and policymakers, focusing on countering Holocaust denial and forming a network to develop Holocaust education and awareness strategies.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLimmud FSU International FoundationDoverDelawareUnited States$60,000Toward the Holocaust educational permanent display in Sighet and events related to its launch.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTkuma Central Ukrainian Holocaust FoundationDnepropetrovskUkraine$40,582Toward researching and producing materials on aspects of the Holocaust in Ukraine, with focus on the Righteous Among the Nations and interethnic relations.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHidden Child Foundation - ADLNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$6,200Toward the Hidden Child publication.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationGalicia Jewish Heritage InstituteKrakowPoland$13,649Toward advanced training for educators on teaching the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAuschwitz Institute for Peace and ReconciliationNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$18,000Toward the Shoah-related aspects of a series of educational seminars for mid-level government officials at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUK Friends of Yad YisroelSalfordUnited Kingdom$16,000Toward the educational youth visit to sites of Nazi atrocities in Eastern Europe.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYahad In UnumParisFrance$100,000Toward the search for mass graves of Jewish Shoah victims.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFreie Universität BerlinBerlinGermany$108,720Toward training educators to use Visual History Archive in the classroom, developing a nationwide network of educators familiar with using testimony in Holocaust education curriculum, and developing the online platform for teachers and students.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Community of MalmoMalmoSweden$30,000Toward the exhibit and DVD, "The Heritage of the Memories of the Holocaust Survivors in Malmo."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMuseum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the HolocaustNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$18,000Toward the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics, for future members of the clergy of different faiths.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAuschwitz Jewish Center FoundationNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$15,000Toward a three-week program for U.S. military cadets, including visits to the U.S. Holocaust Museum and Poland.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAppalachian State UniversityBooneNorth CarolinaUnited States$24,000Toward the educators’ summer symposium on teaching the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAuschwitz Jewish Center FoundationNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$15,000Toward the Fellowship program and Poland visit, conditional upon fellowship recipients demonstrating a commitment to Holocaust education or studies.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTkuma Central Ukrainian Holocaust FoundationDnepropetrovskUkraine$5,679Toward Holocaust mobile exhibitions to be presented in 10 locations in Ukraine.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$64,700Toward a research initiative utilize the International Tracing Service (ITS) Collection, including an international conference, developing online educational modules for university students on how to use the ITS archives, four fellowships for Holocaust scholars, publishing a source volume on the ITS collection, and partial salary costs for an ITS staff scholar.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationB'nai B'rith Courage to Care (Vic.) Inc.BalaclavaVictoriaAustralia$16,530Toward updating the survivor testimonies of the traveling exhibit, Ordinary People – Extraordinary Acts"to a digital presentation.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationKazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human RightsMechelenBelgium$95,130Toward an app for tablets and smartphones focusing on the site of Auschwitz-Birkenau, including images, text, maps, camp history and a virtual tour intended for classroom and educational use.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Museum in PraguePragueCzech Republic$68,525Toward collecting, compiling and creating a database of a list of Jews who lived in the Sudetenland, the Western part of Czechoslovakia prior to WWII, and interviewing, recording and publishing online oral testimonies from 15 survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Awareness MuseumPhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaUnited States$25,000Toward a Holocaust education program featuring survivors who speak at 250-300 schools.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAtlantic Jewish CouncilHalifaxNova ScotiaCanada$6,000Toward Holocaust education programs in seven communities throughout the Atlantic Canadian Province.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJachad (Together) Hungarian Public Benefit AssociationBudapestHungary$48,000Toward restoring Shoah-related documents in the library collection of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Budapest – University of Jewish Studies.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLower East Side Tenement MuseumNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$40,000Toward the Shoah elements of the exhibition, "Post-WWII Jewish Refugees on New York’s Lower East Side."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationDevelopment Foundation of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Inc.CullowheeNorth CarolinaUnited States$25,000Toward a six-day Holocaust training seminar for 24 educators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward expanding Witness Theater, a therapeutic and educational project for 15 Holocaust survivors and 15 high-school students, to new locations.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTorah Umesorah - The National Society for Hebrew Day SchoolsBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$150,000Toward developing Shoah educational materials and teacher training programs, including the fellowship program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRegents of the University of California - The History Project with the Jewish Studies ProgramDavisCaliforniaUnited States$30,000Toward training educators to teach the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCenter for Holocaust and Humanity EducationCincinnatiOhioUnited States$30,000Toward a summer seminar for teachers and a year-long advanced training program for 30 teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumWashingtonD.C.United States$136,894Toward developing a digital infrastructure to provide access to the Museum’s estimated 23.5 million archival images, including linking collections to corresponding catalog records, indexing catalogue descriptions and textual metadata, allowing users to browse materials by archival categorization, and providing tools to securely acquire, digitize, transfer and store archival materials.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHungarian Autonomous Orthodox Jewish CommunityBudapestHungary$55,000Toward salvaging and storing community documents from before and after WWII to prevent their destruction or loss and to preserve the history of the Holocaust in Hungary.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationNationaal Archief (National Archives of The Netherlands)The HagueNetherlands$122,310Toward digitizing more than 13,600 declaration forms with information on artworks looted from Dutch Jewish owners and dealers; a website and searchable database will be created, including images where available.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCenter for Medicine After the HolocaustHoustonTexasUnited States$60,000Toward identifying medical teaching professionals who seek to implement Holocaust education in their curricula, focusing on eugenics and ethics.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Museum HoustonHoustonTexasUnited States$12,000Toward a 4-day seminar for teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Family and Children's Services of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States$18,750Toward developing a curriculum and educational materials based on The Diary of Rywka Lipszyc, found in the crematoria ruins at Auschwitz-Birkenau by a Soviet doctor; it was brought to light in 2008 and documents her life in the Lodz Ghetto. The author perished at Bergen-Belsen.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFacing History and Ourselves National Foundation, Inc.BrooklineMassachusettsUnited States$75,000Toward training seminars, materials and support enabling teachers in Jewish schools to create Shoah-related lessons.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationWashington State Holocaust Education Resource CenterSeattleWashingtonUnited States$13,000Toward a two-day training seminar for 45 educators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationWashington State Holocaust Education Resource CenterSeattleWashingtonUnited States$8,000Toward updating the widely distributed 15-minute introductory educational film on the Holocaust, "With My Own Eyes."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMilan Simecka FoundationBratislavaSlovakia$22,000Toward the travelling exhibition, "Anne Frank - History for Today," to schools throughout Slovakia.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentral Europe Center for Research and DocumentationViennaAustria$64,878Toward an 8-day training seminar for 45 educators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Foundation for the RighteousNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$42,750Toward the 3-day teacher training, “Teaching the Holocaust: History, Perspectives, and Choices."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Foundation for the RighteousNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward a 10-day Poland study visit for 15 teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMémorial de la ShoahParisFrance$90,000Toward digitizing photos of the 76,000 Jewish deportees from France.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTheodor Kramer GesellschaftWienAustria$8,290Toward researching the theft of cultural property in Austria during the Holocaust.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMémorial de la ShoahParisFrance$100,000Toward seminars and training sessions on the Holocaust for teachers, administrators, and representatives of nonprofit organizations and remembrance institutions.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMatan BaseterTorontoOntarioCanada$18,000Toward research analyzing the diverse Jewish responses to the Holocaust in Europe.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentral Europe Center for Research and DocumentationViennaAustria$20,240Toward educator training seminars in Skopje and Sarajevo.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationCentral Europe Center for Research and DocumentationViennaAustria$13,590Toward developing the educational film, "The Mayor Who Worked in Hell: The Story of Miksa Domonkos," about the Hungarian military officer who ran the operations of the Budapest Ghetto.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Museum of GreeceAthensGreece$62,000Toward the Holocaust-related educator training programs in five Greek
towns and the advanced educators’ seminar
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationWilliam Breman Jewish Heritage MuseumAtlantaGeorgiaUnited States$8,750Toward updating the educational film, "They Shall Be Remembered."
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationSonne FilmImola (BO)Italy$20,385Toward producing "Pentcho," a documentary chronicling the attempted escape of 430 Jews onboard a paddle steamer from Bratislava to Palestine in May 1940.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLaokoon Film Arts Kft.BudapestHungary$50,000Toward producing "S.K.," a narrative film about a member of the Sonderkommando who wishes to give a Jewish burial to a dead boy amidst an uprising plot in Auschwitz.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationFilm ForumNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$31,000Toward post-production of the documentary "Not for the Dead," about the 1946 Kielce pogrom where townspeople slaughtered 40 Holocaust survivors.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHolocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family CampusFarmingtonMichiganUnited States$14,000Toward the five-day summer teacher seminar for 30 educators.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMémorial de la ShoahParisFrance$55,000Toward cataloguing, digitizing and indexing the archival collection of the General Union of Jews in France, created by the Vichy government, and creating a new finding aid and publishing an online catalog.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationMosad Harim LevinBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$30,000Toward three Shoah-related seminars of the “Heightening Community Awareness” program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAssociação Esportiva e Recreativa Hillel Rio de JaneiroRio de JaneiroBrazil$30,000Toward the educational youth visit to Poland and Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationLondon Jewish Cultural CentreLondonUnited Kingdom$17,330Toward a week-long educator training program in Kaifeng, China for 80 participants.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationHebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, JerusalemJerusalemIsrael$13,000Toward a five-day field seminar in Lithuania for 25 American trainee rabbis, cantors and education professionals studying in Israel for the year.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAlexander Muss Institute for Israel Education (AMIIE)Hod HasharonIsrael$48,000Toward subsidies for educational visits of North American students to Poland as part of the Institute’s High School in Israel program.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$170,000Toward the Holocaust education program in the FSU Heftziba network of Jewish Day and Sunday Schools, stipends for educational trips for high school students and mentoring for Sunday school teachers.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$15,000With Beit Lohamei Haghetaot and Yad Vashem, a 13-day Holocaust seminar in Israel for educators from the FSU.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationYad VashemJerusalemIsrael$13,000With Beit Lohamei Haghetaot and the Jewish Agency, a 13-day Holocaust seminar in Israel for educators from the FSU.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationBeit Lohamei Haghetaot-Ghetto Fighters' House MuseumM.P. Western GalileeIsrael$17,000With the Jewish Agency and Yad Vashem, a 13-day Holocaust seminar in Israel for educators from the FSU.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationJewish Agency for IsraelJerusalemIsrael$850,000Toward educational visits in Eastern Europe for Diaspora youth participating in short-term programs in Israel.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationRamah Programs in IsraelJerusalemIsrael$22,000Toward stipends for educational visits to Poland as part of the Ramah Israel Seminar for North American Jewish youth.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationClaims Conference Film ContestNew YorkUnited States$45,000Toward a screenplay competition for documentaries and educational films for graduate film students and recent alumni.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTkuma Central Ukrainian Holocaust FoundationDnepropetrovskUkraine$44,807Toward Holocaust educational programs.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationTkuma Central Ukrainian Holocaust FoundationDnepropetrovskUkraine$37,290Toward Holocaust educator training.
Education, Documentation and ResearchSuccessor OrganizationAmerican Gathering of Jewish Holocaust SurvivorsNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$60,000Toward bridge funding for operating expenses.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family & Children's Service of Southern ArizonaTucsonArizonaUnited States$18,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Children's Services of the East BayBerkeleyCaliforniaUnited States$10,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of Los AngelesLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$193,100Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of San DiegoLos GatosCaliforniaUnited States$10,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of San DiegoSan DiegoCaliforniaUnited States$33,900Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Children's Services of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States$108,407Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of ColoradoDenverColoradoUnited States$28,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Services of Greater HartfordWest HartfordConnecticutUnited States$33,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundRuth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services, Inc.Boca RatonFloridaUnited States$22,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundGulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services, Inc.ClearwaterFloridaUnited States$31,733Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Community Services of South Florida, Inc.MiamiFloridaUnited States$61,733Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service, Inc. of Broward CountyPlantationFloridaUnited States$57,733Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundFerd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family & Children's ServiceWest Palm BeachFloridaUnited States$32,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Career ServicesAtlantaGeorgiaUnited States$26,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater BostonWalthamMassachusettsUnited States$22,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Community ServicesBaltimoreMarylandUnited States$21,833Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Federation of Howard CountyColumbiaMarylandUnited States$5,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Social Service AgencyRockvilleMarylandUnited States$28,400Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of Metropolitan DetroitWest BloomfieldMichiganUnited States$37,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Children's Service of MinneapolisMinnetonkaMinnesotaUnited States$17,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundAssociation of Jewish Family Service AgenciesElizabethNew JerseyUnited States$20,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service Agency of Las VegasLas VegasNevadaUnited States$18,933Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundGuardians of the Sick / Bikur Cholim Hesed OrganizationBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$205,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundPesach Tikvah/Door of HopeBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$122,133Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundBikur Cholim of Rockland CountyMonseyNew YorkUnited States$45,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundBlue Card Inc.New YorkNew YorkUnited States$103,208Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundMetropolitan Council on Jewish PovertyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$37,707Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$208,600Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundCommunity Improvement Council Inc.Spring ValleyNew YorkUnited States$9,413Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service Association of ClevelandBeachwoodOhioUnited States$24,467Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of Greater CincinnatiCincinnatiOhioUnited States$24,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family ServicesColumbusOhioUnited States$9,800Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family & Child ServiceTorontoOntarioCanada$79,067Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Child ServicePortlandOregonUnited States$11,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater PhiladelphiaPhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaUnited States$46,667Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of Lackawanna CountyScrantonPennsylvaniaUnited States$4,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundCummings Jewish Centre for SeniorsMontrealQuebecCanada$195,733Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of Greater DallasDallasTexasUnited States$11,700Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family Service of HoustonHoustonTexasUnited States$15,067Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Family ServiceSeattleWashingtonUnited States$5,333Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesHarry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance FundJewish Federation of Metropolitan ChicagoChicagoIllinoisUnited States$38,861Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementAssociation of Jewish Family Service AgenciesElizabethNew JerseyUnited States$15,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementAssociation of Jewish Refugees in Great BritainMiddlesexUnited Kingdom$35,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementBikur Cholim of Rockland CountyMonseyNew YorkUnited States$7,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementBlue CardNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementCentral Board of Jewish Communities in GreeceAthensGreece$10,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementCentral Jewish Welfare CommissionWarsawPoland$45,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementCentral Union of Jewish Religious Communities in the Slovak RepublicBratislavaSlovakia$24,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementCommunity Improvement CouncilSpring ValleyNew YorkUnited States$5,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementCummings Jewish Centre for SeniorsMontrealQuebecCanada$25,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFederation of Jewish Communities in Czech RepublicPragueCzech Republic$22,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFederation of Jewish Communities in SerbiaBelgradeSerbia$10,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFederation of Jewish Communities of Romania (FEDROM)BucharestRomania$59,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFerd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family & Children's ServiceWest Palm BeachFloridaUnited States$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFonds Social Juif Unifie (FSJU)ParisFrance$90,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFoundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in IsraelTel AvivIsrael$1,102,500Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementFundación Tzedaká del UruguayMontevideoUruguay$20,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementGuardians of the Sick / Bikur Cholim Hesed OrganizationBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$40,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementGulf Coast Jewish Family & Community ServicesClearwaterFloridaUnited States$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementHungarian Jewish Social Support FoundationBudapestHungary$113,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Care, VictoriaMelbourneAustralia$20,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Community of MilanMilanItaly$4,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Community of StockholmStockholmSweden$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Community of TunisiaTunisTunisia$5,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Community ServicesBaltimoreMarylandUnited States$8,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Community Services of South FloridaMiamiFloridaUnited States$16,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Community ZagrebZagrebCroatia$5,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family & Child ServiceTorontoOntarioCanada$30,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family & Children's Service of Southern ArizonaTucsonArizonaUnited States$8,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family and Career ServicesAtlantaGeorgiaUnited States$5,500Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater BostonWalthamMassachusettsUnited States$10,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family and Children's Services of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States$10,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Service Association of ClevelandBeachwoodOhioUnited States$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Service of Broward CountyPlantationFloridaUnited States$15,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Service of ColoradoDenverColoradoUnited States$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Service of Greater CincinnatiCincinnatiOhioUnited States$3,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Service of Los AngelesLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$38,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Service of Metropolitan DetroitWest BloomfieldMichiganUnited States$8,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Services of Greater HartfordWest HartfordConnecticutUnited States$11,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Family Services of Silicon ValleyLos GatosCaliforniaUnited States$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Federation of Howard CountyColumbiaMarylandUnited States$3,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Federation of Metropolitan ChicagoChicagoIllinoisUnited States$22,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Social Service AgencyRockvilleMarylandUnited States$5,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewish Social Service Agency of RomeRomeItaly$7,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementJewishCare, New South WalesSydneyAustralia$14,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementLa BenevolencijaSarajevoBosnia-Herzegovina$5,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementMemoria y ToleranciaMexico CityMexico$20,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementMetropolitan Council on Jewish PovertyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$14,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementOrganization of Jews in Bulgaria "Shalom"SofiaBulgaria$24,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementPesach Tikvah/Door of HopeBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$12,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementRoyal Society for Jewish Welfare "Centrale"AntwerpBelgium$10,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementRuth & Norman Rales Jewish Family ServicesBoca RatonFloridaUnited States$6,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$40,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementService Social JuifBrusselsBelgium$10,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementTzedaka FoundationBuenos AiresArgentina$50,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementUniao Brasileiro-Israelita do Bem-Estar Social - UNIBESSao PauloBrazil$28,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementUnion of Italian Jewish CommunitiesRomeItaly$20,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesSwiss Banks SettlementZentralwohlfahrtsstelle der Juden in Deutschland e.V.Frankfurt am MainGermany$55,000Toward social services for needy victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentFoundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in IsraelTel AvivIsrael₪10,912,422Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentFoundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in IsraelTel AvivIsrael₪188,127Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Care, VictoriaMelbourneAustralia$85,616Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewishCare, New South WalesSydneyAustralia$90,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentCircle of CareTorontoOntarioCanada$225,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentCummings Jewish Centre for SeniorsMontrealQuebecCanada$208,552Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentFederation of Jewish Communities - Prague Jewish CommunityPragueCzech Republic$25,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentFederation of Jewish Communities of Romania (FEDROM)BucharestRomania$80,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentCentral Union of Jewish Religious Communities in the Slovak RepublicBratislavaSlovakia$25,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Community of StockholmStockholmSweden$303,552Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Family Service of Los AngelesLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States$115,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Family and Children's Services of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States$60,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Family Services of Greater HartfordWest HartfordConnecticutUnited States$11,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentFerd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family & Children's ServiceWest Palm BeachFloridaUnited States$20,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Community Services of South FloridaMiamiFloridaUnited States$20,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Family Service of Broward CountyPlantationFloridaUnited States$20,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentRuth & Norman Rales Jewish Family ServicesBoca RatonFloridaUnited States$30,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Social Service AgencyRockvilleMarylandUnited States$10,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Family Service of Metropolitan DetroitWest BloomfieldMichiganUnited States$26,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentAssociation of Jewish Family Service AgenciesElizabethNew JerseyUnited States$60,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentPesach Tikvah/Door of HopeBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$162,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$235,880Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentBlue CardNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$237,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentGuardians of the Sick / Bikur Cholim Hesed OrganizationBrooklynNew YorkUnited States$337,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentCommunity Improvement CouncilSpring ValleyNew YorkUnited States$34,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentBikur Cholim of Rockland CountyMonseyNew YorkUnited States$31,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentJewish Family Service Association of ClevelandBeachwoodOhioUnited States$18,000Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesHungarian GovernmentSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States$2,619Toward social services for Hungarian victims of Nazism.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentAssociation D'Aide Aux Israelites Ages Et Malades (ADIAM) SolidaritéParisFrance€471,862Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentAssociation of Jewish Family Service AgenciesElizabethNew JerseyUnited States€1,315,797Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentAssociation of Jewish Refugees in Great BritainMiddlesexUnited Kingdom€1,690,208Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentBikur Cholim of Rockland CountyMonseyNew YorkUnited States€54,349Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentBishkek Jewish Charity Foundation "Hesed Tikva"BishkekKyrgyzstanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€25,463Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentBranch of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committeein the Republic of KazakhstanAlmatyKazakhstanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€730,510Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCASIMMarseilleFrance€262,163Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCASIP - COJASORParisFrance€227,900Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCentral Jewish Welfare CommissionWarsawPoland€637,515Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCentral Union of Jewish Religious Communities in the Slovak RepublicBratislavaSlovakia€1,005,560Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCircle of CareTorontoOntarioCanada€1,462,891Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentClaims Conference - German Government Fund ReserveNew YorkNew YorkUnited States€5,322,717Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCommunity Improvement CouncilSpring ValleyNew YorkUnited States€88,000Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentCummings Jewish Centre for SeniorsMontrealQuebecCanada€1,321,076Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentFederation of Jewish Communities in Czech RepublicPragueCzech Republic€508,300Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentFederation of Jewish Communities in SerbiaBelgradeSerbia€334,969Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentFederation of Jewish Communities of Romania (FEDROM)BucharestRomania€1,606,131Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentFerd & Gladys Alpert Jewish Family & Children's ServiceWest Palm BeachFloridaUnited States€1,138,193Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentFoundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in IsraelTel AvivIsrael€38,763,636Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentFundación Tzedaká del UruguayMontevideoUruguay€44,541Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentGuardians of the Sick / Bikur Cholim Hesed OrganizationBrooklynNew YorkUnited States€1,795,956Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentGulf Coast Jewish Family & Community ServicesClearwaterFloridaUnited States€113,903Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentHesed EliyahuTbilisiGeorgiaRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€59,868Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentHesed GershonBakuAzerbaijanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€56,804Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentHesed YeoshuaTashkentUzbekistanRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€289,966Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentHungarian Jewish Social Support FoundationBudapestHungary€7,956,660Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee Inc." in KievKievUkraine€2,286,595Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Kharkov region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee Inc." in KievKievUkraine€3,932,659Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Dnepropetrovsk region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee Inc." in KievKievUkraine€3,455,721Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Odessa region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentInternational Public Organization Center "American Joint Distribution Committee Inc." in KievKievUkraine€7,055,054Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Kiev region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Care, VictoriaMelbourneAustralia€1,520,873Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community Council of Greater Coney IslandBrooklynNew YorkUnited States€3,109,840Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community of EstoniaTallinnEstonia€525,450Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community of MilanMilanItaly€86,087Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community of StockholmStockholmSweden€149,024Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community ServicesBaltimoreMarylandUnited States€332,971Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community Services of South FloridaMiamiFloridaUnited States€2,175,383Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Community ZagrebZagrebCroatia€398,085Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family & Children's Service of PittsburghPittsburghPennsylvaniaUnited States€39,448Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family & Children's Service of Southern ArizonaTucsonArizonaUnited States€170,520Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Career ServicesAtlantaGeorgiaUnited States€285,606Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Child ServicePortlandOregonUnited States€265,648Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater BostonWalthamMassachusettsUnited States€151,236Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater PhiladelphiaPhiladelphiaPennsylvaniaUnited States€436,322Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Children's Service of MinneapolisMinnetonkaMinnesotaUnited States€92,808Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Children's Services of San FranciscoSan FranciscoCaliforniaUnited States€738,590Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family and Children's Services of the East BayBerkeleyCaliforniaUnited States€122,146Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family ServiceSeattleWashingtonUnited States€54,300Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service AgencyVancouverBritish ColumbiaCanada€46,865Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service Agency of Las VegasLas VegasNevadaUnited States€37,842Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service Association of ClevelandBeachwoodOhioUnited States€360,994Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of ColoradoDenverColoradoUnited States€117,541Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of Greater CincinnatiCincinnatiOhioUnited States€275,177Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of Greater DallasDallasTexasUnited States€32,051Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of HoustonHoustonTexasUnited States€26,352Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of Los AngelesLos AngelesCaliforniaUnited States€1,623,139Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of Metropolitan DetroitWest BloomfieldMichiganUnited States€602,124Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of San DiegoSan DiegoCaliforniaUnited States€231,830Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Service of Broward CountyPlantationFloridaUnited States€2,507,942Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family ServicesColumbusOhioUnited States€22,962Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Services of Greater HartfordWest HartfordConnecticutUnited States€91,388Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Services of OttawaOttawaOntarioCanada€86,428Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Family Services of Silicon ValleyLos GatosCaliforniaUnited States€73,117Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Federation and Family Services of Orange CountyIrvineCaliforniaUnited States€226,207Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Federation of Metropolitan ChicagoChicagoIllinoisUnited States€620,721Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Social Service AgencyRockvilleMarylandUnited States€380,988Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewish Social Service Agency of RomeRomeItaly€195,870Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentJewishCare, New South WalesSydneyAustralia€821,396Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentLa BenevolencijaSarajevoBosnia-Herzegovina€239,432Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentLatvian Council of Jewish CommunitiesRigaLatvia€1,028,274Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentLithuanian Jewish CommunityVilniusLithuania€608,920Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentMetropolitan Council on Jewish PovertyNew YorkNew YorkUnited States€199,225Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentOrganization of Jews in Bulgaria "Shalom"SofiaBulgaria€957,001Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRepresentative Office of AJJDC Inc. in BelarusMinskBelarus€1,742,345Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€16,492,862Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Moscow and Kaliningrad regions.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€380,216Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Novosibirsk region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€4,976,908Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the St. Petersburg region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€2,546,608Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Ekateriburg/Ural region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRepresentative Office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeMoscowRussia and Eastern Former Soviet Republics€1,664,034Toward in-home services for Nazi victims in the Northern Caucasus/Rostov region.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRockland Jewish Family ServiceWest NyackNew YorkUnited States€137,684Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRoyal Society for Jewish Welfare "Centrale"AntwerpBelgium€163,418Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentRuth & Norman Rales Jewish Family ServicesBoca RatonFloridaUnited States€566,056Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States€3,448,515Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentService Social JuifBrusselsBelgium€648,423Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentSwiss Jewish Welfare OrganizationZurichSwitzerland€46,011Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentThe American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in MoldovaKishinevMoldova€603,245Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentTzedaka FoundationBuenos AiresArgentina€554,768Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentUniao Brasileiro-Israelita do Bem-Estar Social - UNIBESSao PauloBrazil€673,950Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentUnion of Italian Jewish CommunitiesRomeItaly€58,366Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentUnited Jewish Organizations of WilliamsburgBrooklynNew YorkUnited States€1,164,483Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesGerman GovernmentWestchester Jewish Community ServicesWhite PlainsNew YorkUnited States€49,018Toward in-home services for Nazi victims.
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramClaims ConferenceViennaAustria€ 4,845Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramTzedaka FoundationBuenos AiresArgentina€ 105,914Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramJewish Care, VictoriaMelbourneAustralia€ 51,345Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramJewishCare, New South WalesSydneyAustralia€ 3,865Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramRoyal Society for Jewish Welfare "Centrale"AntwerpBelgium€ 7,689Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramService Social JuifBrusselsBelgium€ 11,535Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramUniao Brasileiro-Israelita do Bem-Estar SocialSao PauloBrazil€ 50,253Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramReshetSantiagoChile€ 41,233Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramCASIP - COJASORParisFrance€ 30,279Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramAssociation of Jews from Central EuropeTel AvivIsrael€ 259,997Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramJewish Community of StockholmStockholmSweden€ 16,245Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramAssociation of Jewish Refugees in Great BritainMiddlesexUnited Kingdom€ 235,962Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramSelfhelp Community ServicesNew YorkNew YorkUnited States€ 157,960Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
Social ServicesAustrian Holocaust Survivors Emergency Assistance ProgramFundación Tzedaká del UruguayMontevideoUruguay€ 32,000Toward emergency assistance for Nazi victims from Austria
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