Jewish Family Services, in partnership with Queens University/Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice, invites you to learn more about KAVOD, an organization whose mission is to help Holocaust survivors live the remainder of their lives comfortably and with dignity.
Earlier this year, JFS was awarded a grant from the Jewish Federations of America (JFNA) to enrich the lives of Holocaust survivors and their family members. The year-long programs and services planned as part of the grant center around three main areas:
- Socialization and engagement – designed to connect survivors to reduce feelings of isolation
- Documenting and capturing individual survivor histories
- Providing support to Caregivers of survivors
We encourage you to come to this program to learn more about KAVOD, and look forward to sharing information about future programs and services as part of the JFNA Holocaust Grant.
To RSVP for this presentation or for more information on the Holocaust Grant project, please contact Nicole Levine or Sheryl Gerrard at 704.364-6594.