The mission of The NCFS is to fight for the rights of those who are subject to injustice, based on religion, nationality, race, gender, or orientation. We support the principle that the State of Israel has a right to exist. We emphatically denounce any movement or individual that contradicts that aspect of our mission that was started by our parents and grandparents. Fundamental to our goal is to work in communities to educate young people and adults; teaching tolerance and raising awareness of the truth of the Shoah and its horrors. Our mission also includes social events to bring our members and members of like-minded organizations together to ensure we remain strong in our commitment to stand against antisemitism and bigotry in the USA and globally.
Actions to fulfill our mission:
1. To maintain a welfare fund to aid needy Holocaust survivors and descendants in Krakow, the United States and Israel.
2. To provide social, educational and informational gatherings several times a year for our members and non-members alike.
3. To be vigilant and take action(s) to combat antisemitism, Holocaust denial and bigotry, throughout the world.
4. To publish a newsletter that reaches all members on a regular basis.
5. To maintain an international audience with a website, instagram and Facebook page for members and other like minded societies and concerned individuals.
6. To establish and maintain long and short term philanthropic endeavor to support institutions and individuals in Israel and elsewhere.
7. To hold an annual memorial service on or near March 13 of each year to commemorate our Martyrs and the liquidation of the Krakow Ghetto.
Today, our mission remains the same as established by our founders, with the addition of relevant programs for subsequent generations that are socially and educationally philanthropic.