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6:00 PM ARTS EXHIBIT 
7:00 PM PERFORMANCE 

Witness Project is a collaborative process between high school students and Holocaust survivors. Together the students and survivors explore the issues of loss and resilience, war, and trauma during the Holocaust. 

You’ll become a new witness when you hear the meaningful stories of Holocaust survivors as told by the students. You’ll also get a glimpse into the valuable relationships created during their time together by viewing the students’ artwork inspired by the survivors.

APPROXIMATELY 30,000 HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS LIVE IN THE NEW YORK AREA.

MORE THAN 40% LIVE IN POVERTY.

People who have lived through the unimaginable are just scraping by, barely covering the cost of food, rent, medication, and other necessities. For many, UJA’s network of nonprofits serves as their lifeline and tends to their physical, emotional, and social well-being. 

YOUR GENEROSITY IS LIFE-CHANGING.

Funds raised will support services for Holocaust survivors in the community, including therapeutic programs such as UJA-Federation’s Witness Project.

To see highlights from Witness Project, click here

 

UJA-Federation requests that all event attendees be vaccinated against Covid-19.

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You can purchase a journal ad to support UJA’s efforts to secure the comfort, dignity, and independence of Holocaust survivors. All journal ads include admission to the event for the supporter and guests. 

JOURNAL DEADLINE: SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2023 

We’ll be happy to create your ad. Please email your ad copy to

Funds raised will support services for Holocaust survivors in the community, including therapeutic programs such as UJA-Federation’s Witness Project.

Please contact Sherri Candel at 516.762.5896 or with any questions.

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Sherri Candel

516.762.5896