Bipartisan legislation to prioritize health care for Holocaust survivors

Heart conditions, bone and feet issues, and dental problems are common for the 80,000 or so elderly survivors who live in the United States, as are depression, anxiety and sleep disorders.

$3.6M Appropriation for California Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program

By Diane Fisher, JCRC Director

Published in JValley Magazine, February 2019

The annual Holocaust Remembrance programs at the San Jose City Council and Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors are well-known aspects of the JCRC’s commitment to continuing Holocaust education. JCRC is also …

KAVOD Helping Holocaust Survivors

Economic insecurity is not unique to the Holocaust survivor community. KAVOD’S mission is to provide aid to Holocaust survivors who have emergency needs for food, medicine or household goods.

PJ Library eNews May 2019

These Ideas and Activities Have Us Saying Yes to May

The JValley Brief: May Newsletter

It’s hard to ignore that our Jewish community has been through a lot lately. Our sense of security and safety was shaken intensely by the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting that left our hearts shattered. And although our community always unites in moments of hardship, we are treading on…