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Services FAQs

Additional services available to Nazi victims 1. I am a Jewish victim of Nazism, and need homecare, medical services, transportation or financial assistance to meet basic needs. Does the Claims Conference pay for these services and how can I access them? Claims Conference allocations for services to Nazi victims are distributed through a global network […]

Helping Holocaust Survivors in Florida

Providing Holocaust Survivors in Florida With Needed Care Sandor and Katherine Tambor survived the horrors of the Holocaust incarcerated in Nazi concentration camps. Now living in Florida, they say that they can remain safely in their own home only with the help of a Jewish social service agency in West Palm Beach, funded by the […]

Claims Conference Allocating $365 Million for Aid to Holocaust Victims for 2015

Funding Provides Homecare, Medical Care, Food and Other Help in 47 Countries Elderly Jewish Holocaust victims, the last of their generation to have endured the horrors of the Nazi genocide, will receive significantly more aid in 2015.  In 2015, total Claims Conference allocations to social service organizations around the world will total $365 million, an […]

Survivor Story: Isaac Enrique Havilio

Isaac’s Story Isaac Enrique Havilio once had one of the most important import/export businesses in Argentina. But after that country’s financial crisis of 2002, he went bankrupt and lost his life savings. Now Enrique, who has several severe medical problems, receives help from the Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program of Tzedaka Foundation in Buenos Aires and […]

Survivor Story: Anne Kelemen

Enduring Kristallnacht Anne Kelemen, now of New York City, was a girl of 13 on Nov. 9, 1938, when her father’s textiles shop in Vienna was ransacked and destroyed by brown-shirted youths. Culminating months of a deteriorating environment for Jewish residents of the Austrian capital, Kristallnacht – “the night of broken glass” – marked an ominous […]

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