Helping Holocaust Survivors

Helping Holocaust Survivors

Statistics show that by the year 2025, about 102,000 holocaust survivors are expected to still be alive, and all will be 85 years of age or older by then.

By 2030, a quarter of the current number of Holocaust survivors, 53,000 in total, are estimated to be still alive, at which point they will be over 90 years of age. So in these statistics, we see a picture painted of a dying generation that deserves to be blessed, and to experience a dignified and better quality of life.

Imagine what an impact it would make on these dear survivors if believers from the nations were to extend a helping hand to them, showing them the love of Jesus in a practical and impacting way?

Through your financial support, we are enabled to visit and provide Holocaust Survivors with the following:

  • Monthly care packages that include non-perishable food items, personal hygiene products, clothing and books
  • Pharmacy voucher cards for their medicinal needs
  • Excursions and day trips, including meals, to tourist sites to promote health, relaxation, and friendship between our staff and the survivors, as well as between the survivors themselves
  • Regular house visits for fellowship and cultivating friendship, as loneliness is often an issue with these dear ones.

For more information on how you can stand with us, please go to our donate page: