(JTA) — A group that provides assistance to Holocaust survivors in the United States has received a $120,000 grant from the Jewish Federations of North America. The Blue Card announced Monday that it was selected to receive the grant for its PCTI Training for Healthcare Professionals, which educates dental and medical providers on identifying and treating…
Sixth-grader Marlowe Dalton celebrated Purim this weekend by delivering holiday gift packages to elderly Holocaust survivors.
Mia Farrow and her future TV talk show host son, Ronan, were honored with the Richard Holbrooke social justice prize. Masha Leon takes us past the velvet rope.
[The Blue Card](www.bluecardfund.org], a non-profit that aids impoverished Holocaust survivors in need of financial and medical aid, has hired Masha Girshin as its new executive director.
Organizers of this year’s ING New York City Marathon on November 6 are hoping that runners will raise $1 million per mile. That’s a total of $26,200,000 for charity. Among the official charity teams this year will be 70 runners raising money for The Blue Card, a non-profit organization that supports the everyday financial needs of 2,000 destitute Holocaust survivors in the United States.