This Organization Is Helping Elderly Holocaust Survivors In Need As Winter Closes In And They Can’t Afford To Heat Their Homes

Winter is exceptionally challenging for these survivors, who can’t afford to heat their homes as the temperatures dip below freezing in the winter.

The fundraiser created by SMP on November 2nd has a goal of $100,000, and one of the top donors is actress, neuroscientist, and Jeopardy host Mayim Bialik.

She recently shared SMP’s GoFundMe link on her Facebook page with a passionate caption; “There are Holocaust survivors who are still in Eastern Europe and preparing for a harsh debilitating winter with little to no resources. By donating we can assist them to get medication and food for the next three months.”

Both the cause and this organization are significant to Bialik. Her grandparents were Holocaust survivors, and she also has a friendship with the founder of the Survivor Mitzvah Project, actress, philanthropist, and director Zane Buzby.

Still, even many small donations add up to make all the difference for these survivors. 

2021 marks 76 years since the liberation of the last concentration camp, yet their occupants continue to suffer during a global pandemic.

If you would like to donate to the GoFundMe created by the Survivor Mitzvah Project GoFundMe you can do that here.

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