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| Adopt-A-Safta pairs youth with at-risk Holocaust survivors

Zev Stub    
Thursday, 20 April 9:32 AM

Among the roughly 180,000 elderly Holocaust survivors living in Israel, 25% live below the poverty line and nearly 40% feel lonely, according to a recent report by the Foundation for the Benefit of Holocaust Victims in Israel.

In an effort to alleviate that sense of isolation, the nonprofit NGO Adopt-A-Safta is pairing young professionals with at-risk survivors to provide communication, affection and invaluable resources. And while its Hebrew name indicates grandmother, the program “adopts” grandfathers as well

Full Story (Jerusalem Post)

        
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