Mission: For the last 25 years, the Museum of Tolerance, the only museum of its kind in the world, has engaged the hearts and minds of over six million visitors, motivating youth and adults to assume responsibility for positive change in today’s world. Visitors are challenged to understand the Nazi Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts and confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination including bullying and school violence.
One of the highlights of the Museum is hearing the personal experiences of Holocaust Survivors who share their stories three times a day with visitors, students, groups, educators, law enforcement, and with people around the world via videoconference.
There is nothing more impactful than these live personal testimonies offering visitors a chance to engage with those who bear witness to history and whose stories inform and inspire.
How you can help: The Museum of Tolerance’s Hope Lives When People Remember campaign expands the opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to engage and interact with a Holocaust Survivor. These remarkable individuals are powerful ambassadors of memory in the last few precious years they have to share their stories. Our goal with Hope Lives When People Remember is to double the number of people interacting with Holocaust Survivors in the next two years, reaching an additional 50,000 people. Please support the Museum’s Hope Lives When People Remember campaign today.
The money raised in this campaign will be destined to cover the costs of transportation for the Holocaust Survivors, bringing food to their houses, multiplying livestreaming testimonies and expanding videoconferences opportunities with schools around the world.
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