INFORMATION REGARDING SURVIVORS WHO IMMIGRATED TO AUSTRALIA
JewishCare has records of survivors who came to Australia before and after WWII. To find out what information is available please call us on 1300 133 660. Access to this information is subject privacy and other guidelines.
A number of these services are funded by The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference) which distributes a weekly e-mail bulletin on current restitution developments and Claims Conference activities. To subscribe go to www.claimscon.org or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Club 50 which as part of JewishCare’s Community Club Network is available to provide social support to survivors
JEWISHCARE IS IN A UNIQUE POSITION – BEING ABLE TO OFFER SPECIAL SERVICES TO HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS. THESE INCLUDE:
Funded home support packages to help survivors remain living independently in their own homes. Known as Tikvah Packages they can, depending on physical needs, provide up to 25 hours of support per week.
Emergency funding which can be used to provide short term emergency help for financially less well-off survivors.
Russian Community Project which provides social support and activities for the Russian community.
JewishCare’s Restitution program provides Holocaust survivors and their families with:
- Information about the types of Restitution that may be most appropriate to their experience as well as keeping applicants up to date with the latest information on current and new funds
- Advice on how to complete and send the necessary forms in order to lodge an application for Restitution