Tova's story

Meet Tova, Holocaust survivor receiving support from Aid for Life

 
Latet initiated the Aid for Life Program in 2007 to provide assistance to impoverished and aging Holocaust survivors, to alleviate their financial, physical, and psychological distress, while conveying a message of support, respect, and concern.
It is today at the forefront of efforts to deliver immediate, direct, and comprehensive responses to these needs. According to The Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel' in 2013, one of every five Holocaust survivors skipped meals during the past year, and one of every eight Holocaust survivors waived necessary medicine due to economic difficulties.
Our time is short to support impoverished survivors and help grant them the quality of life they deserve.

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