Your chance to help Holocaust survivors
According to current estimates, more than 150,000 Holocaust survivors still live in Israel today - most of them still suffer from the horrors of the ghetto, flight, concentration camps, torture, slave labour and the loss of a large part of their families. In addition to material difficulties, social isolation is a major problem.
A ray of hope in grey everyday life
The March of Life House in Caesarea (Israel) every week is the scene of very special meetings with Holocaust survivors - a delicious meal, time to hear personal stories, music and dance and often encounters with the descendants of German Nazi perpetrators asking for forgiveness. For many, the March of Life House has become a ray of hope in everyday life and a sign of hope.
Lesly Jimenez and Petra Hennig have been working in the March of Life House in Caesarea for over three years. For the professional preparation of the meetings and picking up the survivors they need a new car. With your donation you can support the purchase of a car and thus directly enable the service to Holocaust survivors.