Holocaust Programs and Organizations



1939 Club

The "1939" Club is an organization of Holocaust survivors, their families and friends. It is dedicated to Holocaust education, documentation, and justice. The Club develops its own programs and collaborates with, and donates to, other organizations to further these goals.


8950 W. Olympic Boulevard, #437
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
(310) 491-7802



Bet Tzedek Legal Services


Bet Tzedek offers free legal advice and help to survivors who are applying for reparations, pensions, and other benefits from Germany and other European countries.


145 South Fairfax Ave., Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(213) 939-0506



Rogers Center for Holocaust Education at Chapman University


The Rodgers Center presents yearly speaker series, art and writing contest for middle and high school students, and yearly Holocaust remembrance, featuring distinguished speakers.




Sela and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library at Chapman University


The Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library is a dedicated space where teachers and students gather to learn from survivors, visual testimonies and printed resources.




The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany



The Claims Conference negotiates for and administers compensation payments and aid to victims of Nazi persecution and for the return of and restitution for Jewish-owned property. They also fund social services that assist Nazi victims, and allocate limited funds to support Holocaust education, documentation and research.