Holocaust survivor Goldie thanking The Blue Card for financial assistance

Goldie, a Holocaust survivor living in the United States, got into financial hardships later in her life. When she and her husband had no one to turn to for help, her Social Worker reached out to The Blue Card. 15+ years later, The Blue Card still helps Goldie stay independent and in her home.
Throughout the years, The Blue Card has helped Goldie and her late husband with Home Care assistance, mortgage payments, property tax payments, extra money for food, medical and dental assistance, home appliance additions like an A/C unit and chair lift, a medical alert button, and much more.
The Blue Card helps Holocaust survivors in the US in need financially, to ensure they live their golden years with the dignity and respect they were never given during their childhood years in the Holocaust.



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