Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program
Social services for Jewish Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program helps provide for the needs of Holocaust Survivors through personalized case management and care coordination. Our staff assists with linkages to socialization programs, transportation services and other vital services necessary to maintain a safe home environment. JFS has assisted hundreds of elderly Survivors in our community with Holocaust reparations and obtaining subsidized home health care, cleaning services and emergency grants through Claims Conference Funds.
Additional emergency funding provided by KAVOD SHEF in partnership with Seed the Dream Foundation.
JFS Thanks the Claims Conference for Helping to Fund Our Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program
The JFS Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program receives financing from the Claims Conference (The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany). Additional funding is provided through the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance Fund and the Alfred Landeker Foundation administered by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany for the benefit of Jewish Nazi victims in need.
The story of Rosalyn Haber and Lucy Jacobs of Boca Raton.
JFS recognizes and thanks the following organizations for their support of our Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program: