During World War II, 6 million innocent Jewish people were exterminated during the Holocaust. One million of them were children. Corrie ten Boom and her family risked their lives in saving the Jews at that time. At war’s end, the forgotten survivors were liberated. Today, over 60 years later, more than 200,000 are still tragically forgotten in Israel. They were children in the concentrations camps and are now over 80 years old. And most live in hardship and poverty.
The ten Boom Fellowship is reaching out to help elderly Holocaust victims. Let us continue Corrie Ten Boom's legacy by helping the survivors heal from their traumatic past and provide their daily needs. Visit tenboom.org for details.
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