Thinking of You Tribute for Homebound Holocaust Survivors

Thinking of You Tribute for Homebound Holocaust Survivors

TRIBUTE DUE DATE: 12/02/20

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Organized by The Blue Card Aiding Needy Holocaust Survivors

Who is this for?

Homebound Holocaust Survivors

What are we doing?

Holocaust survivors throughout the United States have been staying at home to keep safe from COVID-19. However, thousands of these individuals are alone and are experiencing anxiety, depression, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder related to trauma endured during the Holocaust. Studies show that feelings of loneliness trigger the release of stress hormones that in turn are associated with higher blood pressure, decreased resistance to infection and increased risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer and mortality rates. It has long been recognized that social support positively influences mental and physical health. The Blue Card wishes to provide a social connection between supporters and Holocaust survivors through tribute videos. To help brighten a survivor’s day, please submit a brief, one-minute video with your message of well wishes.

Questions to answer in your video

  • Share an uplifting story or quote, sing a song, play an instrument, or just introduce yourself! And remember, have fun! Your video can be family friendly - include your loved ones and furry friends!

SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO FOR Homebound Holocaust Survivors

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HOW TO MAKE A GREAT TRIBUTE
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Our support concierge is here to help with any questions.

TIPS

  • If filming from a phone, be sure to hold it horizontally.
  • Ideal Tribute length is around a minute.
  • Follow the prompts your tribe leader mentions above.
  • Your video doesn’t need to be fancy, just take the time to think about what they mean to you and share it.