Yom Hashoah: Dinner with a Survivor
A special evening with Mr. Emil Fish. Holocaust Survivor of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Born in Bardejov, Slovakia, raised a family in LA, and
A special evening with Mr. Emil Fish. Holocaust Survivor of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Born in Bardejov, Slovakia, raised a family in LA, and now residing near his daughter in Philadelphia.
Wednesday, April 27th at 7:00pm. 38 W 13th Street.
Registration is required, no walk-ins will be allowed.
We will be partaking in The Butterfly Project to support Holocaust education, by decorating ceramic butterflies that will be displayed in our center to represent the 1.5 million children killed during the Holocaust. To learn more about this organization check out thebutterflyprojectnow.org
Of the nearly 3,000 Holocaust survivor households The Blue Card serves, three-quarters are over the age of 76 and nearly 70% live alone. Many of these survivors struggle to afford basic needs, such as adequate food and healthcare; more than half of them fall 200% below the federal poverty line, meaning their income is less than $24,980 annually. Please consider making a donation to support The Blue Card organization which provides direct financial assistance to needy Holocaust survivors.
*Registration is not guaranteed entrance. Must be Olami/Meor alumni and friends, ages 22-30 (or previously involved in Olami/Meor programming.)
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