Six Point Foundation

Six Point Foundation

Six Point Foundation gives grants to help improve the quality of life for individuals of Jewish origin living in the UK who experienced Nazi oppression and who face difficult financial circumstances.

Six Point were set up in 2011 with some of the proceeds from the disposal of assets which were owned by the Otto Schiff Housing Association (OSHA). OSHA had its origins in a fund set up in 1933 to rescue Jewish people from Nazi oppression in Germany.

Six Point Foundation’s name represents both the six million Jewish people who were killed during the Holocaust and the six points on the Star of David.

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