As a not-for-profit museum, we rely on grants, donations, and memberships to fund our operations.
The education programs of the Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida are not designed to expose young people to the horrors of the past, but to introduce them to the very real people who lived that history. Meeting these people and learning their stories inspire us to do better, to be better.
“It was a privilege to witness a Holocaust Survivor’s story. I will always remember Anneliese asking us to respect each other and live peacefully. I will think of that the rest
of my existence.”
Annette N., Lexington Middle School Student
Your support makes an impact! Last year over 19,000 students, parents and teachers were touched by our education programs. We could not have achieved these results without your partnership. A gift of just $45 enables us to cultivate the themes of respect, compassion, and action in one young person. How many lives could you inspire this year?
$1,000 ~ Move that boxcar! Make it possible for a school to host this authentic artifact.
$500 ~ Preserve a Testimony! Ensure a Survivor /Liberator story is available for the next generation.
$250 ~ Prepare a teacher! Provide the training for a teacher to accurately teach the Holocaust.
$ 45 ~ Inspire a student! Help a student learn, remember and share his/her experience.
What does your donation accomplish?
$200,000 each year ensures the core of our Education Programs, including all on-site and off-site programs, the Boxcar Transportation & Education Project and teacher training programs.
$100,000 each year provides a stable location and basic operating funds as we prepare for a permanent home.
$100,000 each year enables us to create and maintain a comprehensive awareness campaign using printed materials, social media and other marketing avenues.
$75,000 each year ensures our Collections will be properly accessioned, stored and displayed.
$25,000 each year enables us to preserve and use the testimonies of our local community members who are Survivors, Witnesses or WWII Camp Liberators.
Benefactors’ “Window of Hope”
Supporters’ names will be inscribed in perpetuity on the Museum’s illuminated “Window of Hope”, inspired by the attic room Anne Frank hid in for two years. Your financial support will help sustain Museum operations for the present and future. This naming opportunity may also be used to honor an individual, family member or special occasion, as well as to remember a loved one.
Categories represent the cumulative giving of the donors.
- Distinguished Benefactor $250,000+
- Benefactor $100,000+
- Guardian $50,000+
- Partner $10,000+
- Friend $5,000+
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