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DEB KRAM TO PRESENT UPDATES ON COMPENSATION FOR HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS FROM THE CONFERENCE ON JEWISH MATERIAL CLAIMS AGAINST GERMANY

As part of the wide range of specialized services provided to Holocaust Survivors and their families, the Cummings Centre is offering a free information session on the latest updates on compensation programs from the Claims Conference (Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany) 9:30 am Tuesday October 24 at the Gelber Conference Centre (5700 Westbury Avenue).

“It’s an opportunity for Holocaust survivors and their families to learn more about the ongoing work of the Claims Conference as it marks 65 years devoted to bringing some justice to Jewish survivors of the Holocaust,” states Beth Fineberg, Cummings Centre Program Manager – Intake and Case Management.

Deb Kram, Claims Conference client outreach manager, will speak about ongoing activities focused on individual compensation programs. She will be able to answer general questions as well as be available for individual consultations. Among the topics to be presented will be:

  • Recent news from the latest Claims Conference negotiations regarding the expansion of Article 2 eligibility for clients who were in hiding or under false identity and those changes that relate to the Hardship Fund
  • The relevance of Polish government pension to former Soviet Union clients who fled to Russia from Poland
  • Eligibility news for survivors of lasi, Romania and news about pensions becoming available for survivors from the Romanian government and the application process

Before joining the Claims Conference, Kram had a prominent career in adult Jewish education in Boston. An alumna of the Mandel Jerusalem Fellows, she has lectured across North America and Israel, and served as visiting faculty at Brandeis University.

For more information or to RSVP contact Solange Israel at 514.343.3522 or SocialServices@cummingscentre.org


Drop-in Program for Older Adults
The Cummings Centre new Drop-in program provides respite to caregivers and helps to maintain and improve the social, physiological, emotional and cognitive abilities of older adults to enhance their quality of life. To find out more about the drop-in program.

Funding for local seniors caregiver program. To learn more.

In the News
More home help on the way for Holocaust Survivors. Montreal Gazette - December 15, 2014.
More funding for Holocaust Survivors - CJAD News December 15, 2014

Montreal Walk for Mental Health
Cummings Centre staff and members participate in the annual walk at Philips Square in downtown Montreal to help raise awareness for mental health. For information on last year's event click on Montreal Walks.


For more information call Intake 514.342.1234 or to access our new Social Services Brochure.

   Services funded in part by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. 

 

 


 

 

 

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