Elderly Socially Disadvantaged Groups


They fought for our freedom. Now they need our help! The Memory of Nations Help Hub aids especially those whose witness accounts were recorded by our documentarists for the project, but also their relatives and friends who care for them in their everyday needs or in difficult life situations. Many of these elderly people gave their lives on the front lines of World War II or suffered in concentration or communist camps. During hard times, they chose to deploy for others, fighting for freedom. Within our professional and civic counselling, we currently help through an established telephone line, not only to the witnesses, but also to the wider public, to navigate difficult life situations and provide support in solving them.

we started on 2020-03-17
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The Memory of Nations appeals to the public: we must not let old people suffer isolated and abandoned in their homes. Memory of Nations documentarians have been visiting witnesses and recording their stories for almost 20 years. Many seniors put their lives on the line during World War II, suffered in concentration camps or Communist prisons because they decided to stand up for others in difficult times, fighting for freedom. It is now time for us to help them.

The Help Hub is aimed at all witnesses whose life story was recorded by documentarians in the past 20 years. The Memory of Nations Help Hub is now actively contacting witnesses who have shared their stories with us, but we also ask witnesses to contact us directly with any request – by phone at 601 601 156, or by email at
Your contribution will mainly be used to cover the operational expenses of the Memory of Nations Help Hub or possibly to aid seniors in difficult financial situations.

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Ivana Divišová
CZK 5,000

Díky. Jste nejlepší lidi ve vesmíru.

Matous Rucki
CZK 1,000