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Home page  >> News  >> Micha Harish, Chairman of the Board of the Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, called upon the Jewish National Fund (KKL) to allocate 50 million NIS for the benefit of aid for needy Holocaust survivors in Israel.

Micha Harish, Chairman of the Board of the Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, called upon the Jewish National Fund (KKL) to allocate 50 million NIS for the benefit of aid for needy Holocaust survivors in Israel.

Micha Harish, Chairman of the Board of the Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims’ Assets, called upon the Jewish National Fund (KKL) to allocate 50 million NIS for the benefit of aid for needy Holocaust survivors in Israel.
 

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 Micha Harish, Chairman of the Board of the Company for the Location and Restitution of Holocaust Victims' Assets, called upon the Board of Directors of the Jewish National Fund (KKL) to allocate 50 million NIS for the for the benefit of aid for needy Holocaust survivors in Israel. Harish recommended the establishment of a mutual fund of KKL and the Company for Location and Restitution, for the purpose of assisting needy Holocaust survivors in Israel.
 
This, in addition to the 159 million NIS which the Jewish National Fund transferred to the Company with respect to assets belonging to Jews who perished in the Holocaust, which were being held by the JNF. In addition to this sum which belongs to families of Holocaust Victims, the legal heirs of these monies, Harish, as stated, suggested to the JNF cooperation in the support of needy Holocaust survivors. The Company for Location and Restoration offers annual support to approximately 100,000 needy Holocaust Survivors. This year, 2013, the Company has already proffered the sum of 100 million NIS for the benefit of aid to needy Holocaust survivors. An addition of 50 million NIS from the JNF will enable additional substantial aid in the coming years, to that which is being given today.
 
 

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