Foundation / Corporation
The Conference On Jewish Material Claims Against Germany
Grants to USA, Canada, and International organizations and institutions to provide services for elderly Holocaust survivors, and for Holocaust education, research, and preservation. Funding is intended to provide care to Holocaust victims as well as for documentation, education, and research related to the Holocaust.
In social services, the main priorities include: homecare/housekeeping services, case management, food programs, transportation, health and medical related services, emergency assistance programs, and socialization programs.
In evaluating social service applications, the staff looks at several items such as:
In addition to the internal staff review, many projects are also assessed by outside professionals. Capital projects are funded in consultation with relevant government ministries.
Certain limited capital projects may be considered for minor capital improvements that directly facilitate the delivery of social services to Nazi victims in economically distressed countries, not to exceed $10,000 on a matching basis.
Shoah Research, Education, Documentation and Film
Priority will be given to projects in parts of the world with weak infrastructure for Shoah-related education.
GrantWatch ID#: 174361
Shoah Research, Education, Documentation, and Film Programs outside of Holocaust-dedicated institutions will be funded for no more than 3 years.
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