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How We Can Respond

Simply remembering the Holocaust and its victims is no longer enough.  Find out how you can help care for Holocaust survivors, many of whom struggle today with bitter memories and crippling poverty, through offering prayers, providing lifesaving assistance, or learning how to stand against anti-Semitism.

Olga's Story

Nearly 400,000 Holocaust survivors are living their final days in the most wretched conditions imaginable – without food, medicine, heat or company. This is Olga’s story.

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Holocaust Memorial Guide

Never Forget, Never Again!

Learn about the lessons of the Holocaust and anti-Semitism in our free booklet, Never Forget/Never Again.

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Record a Prayer for a Holocaust Survivor

Record a prayer for a Holocaust survivor, the people of Israel and their struggle for survival, and for the fight against anti-Semitism. 

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We Remember. We Act.

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we pledge to remember the 6,000,000 victims. But we cannot forget about those who survived the Holocaust. Over 400,000 Jewish survivors live in poverty. Sadly, 40 survivors die every single day – alone and forgotten. It won’t be long before none of them are left. We must act now to help them while...

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