NGO offers Holocaust survivors transportation to polls

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January 17, 2013 14:17

 
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The Association for Immediate Help for Holocaust Survivors announced on Thursday that it will make transportation available for survivors who have physical difficulties moving to go to the polls on January 22.

Volunteers of the association nationwide will use their personal cars to pick them up. AIHHS is also making sure that the vehicles are easy to enter and exit and are adapted to some disabled survivors who are wheelchair bound.

The association called for more volunteers with SUV-type vehicles to participate in the initiative on Thursday.

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