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The Foundation for the Welfare of Holocaust Victims

The holocaust survivors’ welfare fund operates an array of social volunteers in the program “lonely but not alone”. The volunteers visit the holocaust survivors every week at their homes, and develop a social connection with them, in order make their time more pleasant as well as making them feel less lonely. The activity in the fund has true and meaningful contribution to both the volunteer and the survivor. The volunteers get guidance and are accompanied throughout the process of volunteering, by the fund’s coordinator of volunteering.

The suggested activity for students
  • House visits once per week at the survivor’s home, in order to relieve loneliness and provide help in other personal needs.

  • Helping the survivors by teaching them basic computer knowledge, as a technological took to relieve loneliness.

  • The activity is suitable for students who are capable of listening, have patience, empathy, are serious and responsible. Speaking foreign languages – advantage.


Very important: the students must commit to volunteering on a weekly basis.

Days of activity: all days of the week, depends on the survivor’s needs and request.

Hours of activity: 10:00-18:00


The qualification process will take place in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Kyriat Yam, Herzliah, Beer Sheva and Ashkelon.

The framework takes place nationwide.


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