Our educational initiatives, exhibitions, public programming and conservation efforts allow us to preserve the memory of the Holocaust and honor those who perished. Your gift helps Holocaust Museum LA continue to provide free Holocaust education and programming for students.
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The Museum is committed to preserving primary source documents, photographs and artifacts that help us understand and learn from Holocaust history. The Museum looks to individual and corporate donors for monetary gifts to maintain our collection according to best preservation practices.
Collection and Conservation
The Museum’s education programming for students, school groups and educators, is made possible at low or no cost through the generosity of our donors. Designating gifts to support our specific programs, such as subsidizing bus transportation and student tours for schools in need, help further the Museum’s mission.
The Museum hosts many special temporary exhibitions annually, providing a dynamic forum for exploring central themes related to the Holocaust and genocide. Individual and corporate sponsorships are available to support upcoming special exhibitions.
The Museum hosts a wide array of public programs, including films, lectures and concerts, on themes related to the Holocaust and its lessons for today. Contributions make it possible to offer these programs at low or no cost to the general public.
Tree of Life Match
Thanks to a very generous challenge grant, The Smidt Foundation will match all new gifts to the Museum’s Building Truth expansion project 2:1, effectively tripling the impact of each donation and helping us start construction later this summer. The new Jona Goldrich Campus will double our footprint in Pan Pacific Park, enabling us to accommodate more students and visitors, special exhibits, and public programs; keep survivor voices alive with cutting-edge technology; and amplify our reach and impact for generations to come.
Teicholz Remembrance Film Fund
Each immersive film event integrates the most important Holocaust films with lively panel discussions with noted Journalist/Author Tom Teicholz, renowned historians and Holocaust survivors. Please support the only film festival devoted to these important films in the movie-making capital of the world
Holocaust Museum LA recognizes our most generous donors on the Museum's exterior donor wall. Visible to all, seven days a week, every day of the year.
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Deputy Director of Development
Holocaust Museum LA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
All donations are tax-deductible.