From Our Leadership: Liberation of Auschwitz a reminder of our sacred work

There are approximately 80,000 Holocaust survivors alive in the United States. It is estimated that one-third live at or near poverty levels. The Jewish Federations of North America is determined that these courageous​ people, who have endured so much already, should not struggle in their …

One-third of Holocaust survivors live in poverty

As world leaders gather in Jerusalem for the World Holocaust Forum 2020, local organizations – including grantees of JFNA’s Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care – address the challenges of helping survivors in need.

As number of survivors dwindles educators assess impact of living testimony

Cancer may have weakened Edward Mosberg’s body, but it has done nothing to dissuade the 94-year-old Holocaust survivor from New Jersey from traveling to his native Poland at least once a year to commemorate the Nazi genocide. Read more.

At memorial, survivor & towering moral voice says he ‘cannot forgive’

World leaders converged in Jerusalem to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Read more.

Talking to young students about the Holocaust

A bestselling author and educator shares what she’s learned about teaching young adults about the Holocaust, just days before the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Read more.