Providing services and assistance for 280 Holocaust survivors in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, including home care, care management, volunteers, counseling, social groups, and restitution assistance.
Holocaust & ToleranceTaking an active role in keeping the memory and the lessons of the Holocaust alive, a number of Northern California organizations provide educational programs and offer support to survivors and their families.
Organizes reunions and events for Kindertransport Survivors and the next generations. The KTA is also involved in Holocaust education through a Speakers Bureau and traveling exhibits.
Supports Sonoma State University Center for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide and co-sponsors the lecture series; coordinates school presentations by survivors and descendants of the Holocaust and other genocides.
Sponsors public Holocaust lectures each spring; develops Holocaust resource materials; provides Holocaust education in collaboration with the Alliance for the Study of the Holocaust.
Nonprofit organization for sons and daughters of Holocaust survivors. Support network, email list. Serves Northern California.
A group for those who were hidden children during the Holocaust. Meets regularly at members' homes.
Reparations claims assistance, emergency services including food assistance, case management, home care, medical assistance, home visits and wellness services. Services available in English, Russian and Hebrew.
Taped testimonies and transcripts of concentration camp survivors, ghetto survivors, liberators, Shanghai survivors, and people surviving in hiding, now living in San Mateo County. By appt.
Created by sculptor George Segal to memorialize the Holocaust. Represents a survivor standing in front of a tragic scene in a concentration camp. Open daily. Entrance at Clement and 34th Ave.Learn More
Assistance with reparations; care management; social activities, including the weekly Café by the Bay-now online. Transportation; comprehensive senior services; and financial and practical assistance for survivors and their families.
Distributes innovative curricula about the Jewish partisan experience to teachers and students, sharing inspiration of heroic resistance against tyranny with educational and cultural organizations.
Northern California's primary resource for Holocaust education. Tauber Library, archives, oral history collection and artifacts, survivor speakers bureau, teacher training, student programs, Holocaust remembrance.