Yom HaShoah: A Day to Remember, A Day to Make a Difference

"This Yom HaShoah, as we mourn the murder of six million Jews, we must also remember the survivors alive today, in this country and around the world, who need our help. Holocaust survivors are our teachers and our role models. They compel us to confront bigotry and intolerance, and to embrace life with love and perseverance. We will use our ability to fundraise, our person-centered, trauma-informed philosophies, and our strong relationships with the government to ensure our survivor family, some of the most vulnerable among us, get what they need. We want to help them live with the dignity and honor they deserve. To do any less is not an option – not on my watch, not on our watch."

Read more from JFNA Board Chair Mark Wilf.


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