Goals of the Foundation

For some time after the Shoah, many Jews considered Germany to be a country where you waited with packed suitcases, where there was no longer a future for Jews. But since the 1990s, an increasingly self-confident generation of Jews has reached adulthood, a generation no longer anxious to leave. Jewish life began to flourish, ever more out in the open. Efforts to connect with an almost completely destroyed Jewish culture became increasingly visible.

Jewish life in its great variety is developing in Germany. It is this development that the Foundation aims to support.