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Caring for Holocaust Survivors in Need


Frida, 82, lost her father in World War II at the same time that she and her mother ran for their lives from the invading Nazis.

Death continued to visit Frida, as she later lost her husband, and then her son. His death still weighs heavily on Frida, whose health is rapidly declining. Most of Frida’s meager pension is spent on substandard housing, medicine, and a little food.

Fortunately, your gifts make it possible to provide Frida with food and repairs to help keep the bitter cold out. Please pray and provide for Frida and thousands more like her as they depend on caring friends like you for their basic needs.

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