The Blue Card is thrilled to announce the launch of our new podcast Stories of the Holocaust: Overcoming Historical Trauma.
We invite you to join us in listening to the incredible story of Professor Laszlo Adler, Holocaust survivor, esteemed professor, engineer and author. Interviewed by Masha Pearl, Executive Director of The Blue Card.
The renowned historical trauma psychologist based in New York City, Dr. Eva Fogelman, will comment on Professor Adler’s overcoming trauma.
Stories of the Holocaust will feature survivors, their families, and special guests from diverse fields such as film, theater, visual arts, music, literature, politics, and business.
Find us on Spotify and Anchor!
Search “The Blue Card Stories of The Holocaust”
The Mission of The Blue Card is to provide direct financial assistance to needy Holocaust survivors.
Of the nearly 3,000 Holocaust survivor households The Blue Card serves, three-quarters are over the age of 76 and nearly 70% live alone. Many of these survivors struggle to afford basic needs, such as adequate food and healthcare; more than half of them fall 200% below the federal poverty line, meaning their income is less than $24,980 annually.
The Blue Card clients profile:
Range in age from 76-105 years old
For more information visit: bluecardfund.org
- 3GNY – A NYC-Based Organization for Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors
- The Esther Raab Holocaust Museum & Goodwin Education Center
- American & International Societies for Yad Vashem
- Yad Vashem: World Holocaust Center, Jerusalem
- Sons & Daughters of Holocaust Survivors
- USC Shoah Foundation
- Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors
- The Shoah – Holocaust: We Will Remember – Never Again
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
- 2G Second Generation Children Of Holocaust Survivors