Change the Future Through Collaborative Engagement

Fellows, interns and a global community of supporters help us create and produce approximately 20 events per year, an original exhibition, and a series of Holocaust survivor programs. The Harriet and Kenneth Holocaust Center Advisory Board provides invaluable guidance to the Center, helping us design the most relevant and challenging content for our expanding audience.

The financial support we receive from donors around the world sustains our small staff and large team of interns and fellows in a variety of ongoing efforts: developing new exhibits; planning lectures, film screenings, and special events; and and cataloguing, preserving and digitizing our archive of Holocaust survivor testimonies.

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The KHC actively works with a diverse group of volunteers interested in fighting hatred, injustice, and discrimination through education and activism. The Center continues to draw volunteers of all ages from the surrounding communities who help with a variety of tasks, such as…

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The KHC is looking for students from high school to graduate level interested in fighting intolerance and discrimination through education and research. The Center provides a unique service to the community by providing internships and experience-based opportunities to students from across the disciplines…

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Friends of KHC

The KHC recognizes its supporters as an important partner in our mission. Together we are making a difference in our global community. But we cannot continue to do so without your support. Please affirm your personal commitment to the mission of the KHC and help us achieve our goals.

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