Holocaust Survivor Services
Anachnu and Kavod SHEF
Schoke Jewish Family Service offers support groups, holiday gatherings, day trips, and emergency assistance for medical needs to Holocaust survivors across Fairfield County.
Volunteers are welcome to assist with our programming – if you know anyone who might be eligible, please refer them to Schoke JFS.
Participants must be Jewish and lived during the Nazi occupation of Europe from 1933-1945.
We are grateful to the following organizations for supporting this important work:
- Jewish Federations of North America Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care
- Kavod SHEF
- Claims Conference for Material Claims Against Germany
- Kuriansky Teen Tzedakah Fund of the United Jewish Federation
For more information, contact Marina Sapir at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-921-4161.
Services provided in Russian and English.
Friday, July 19
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Friday, August 23
Friday, September 20
Temple Beth El, Stamford
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Please consider making a contribution to help support Holocaust survivors in our community.