The Jewish Federations of North America will distribute some $4.6 million in federal funds for Holocaust survivors.
The funds will be distributed from the organization’s Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care to 43 direct service agencies and six Jewish federations. Combined with matching grants, the funding will result in $6.7 million in programming for Holocaust survivor services.
About one in three of the more than 100,000 Holocaust survivors in the United States lives in poverty, according to JFNA.
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