During the coronavirus outbreak, the activities of Adopt-a-Safta, a non-profit organization that pairs young adult internationals and Israelis with the elderly, are relevant more than ever. Founded eight years ago with a focus on working with Holocaust survivors, the organization's client base has expanded to provide support and companionship to the broader, lonely elderly population. On April 20th, the eve of Holocaust Heroes' and Martyrs' Remembrance Day, the organization will also host an online memorial candle lighting ceremony that includes a survivor's testimony in English. KAN's Naomi Segal heard more about the organization from Jay Shultz, founder of Adopt-a-Safta.