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Pausing to Remember the Holocaust’s Victims, Pledging to Support the Survivors

This morning, Israelis across the Holy Land stood for two minutes of silence to commemorate Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, and to remember the six millions Jews murdered in the Holocaust.

After the 10 a.m. siren, schools, community groups, and even the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) held ceremonies to honor those lost and those who miraculously survived.

At The Fellowship, we are commemorating Yom HaShoah with a new campaign -- We Remember. We Act. -- to draw attention and support to the thousands of Holocaust survivors still alive today who are living in crushing poverty.

Learn how you can help these survivors live their final years in dignity.  

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