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Their lives were forcibly taken from them during the Holocaust. The Blue Card ensures that needy Holocaust survivors don't lose their dignity again, in their last years.

Aiding Needy
Holocaust Survivors
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Range in age from 76-105 years old

77% are women

67% cannot leave their homes without assistance

78% have difficulty performing daily activities such as dressing, washing, and cooking

Our Impact Since 1934

3M people served

35 states served

Active aiding 3000 holocaust survivor households

4200 volunteers mobilized in the United States

$7M aid to survivors battling cancer

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Who & How We Help

Helping the Most Vulnerable

The Mission of The Blue Card is to provide direct financial assistance to needy Holocaust Survivors.
Of the nearly 3000 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.

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