The JFCS Holocaust Center is funded through generous individual support, foundation grants, and program fees.

Annual support for JFCS’ Holocaust Center for Holocaust and Genocide education is funded by generous individuals, foundation grants, and program fees.  Major support is provided by two anonymous donors, Susan Lowenberg and Joyce Newstat, Melanie Franco Nussdorf, Karen Pell and Heather Lupa, the Norman Raab Foundation, Lydia Shorenstein, and the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation.

Special thanks to the Marin County Office of Education and the State of California in support of the California Teachers Collaborative for Holocaust and Genocide Education.

We are grateful for designated endowed funds that make possible special initiatives: Gita & Henry Baigelman Holocaust Education Fund, Doris Blum Endowment Fund for Holocaust Education, Libi & Ron Cape Endowment Fund, Leonie J. Darwin & Jay A. Darwin Endowment Fund, Lilly Manovill Tauber Endrei Education Fund, Joseph & Rita Friedman Family Fund, Emanuel Gelbart Memorial Fund to Combat Holocaust Denial, Holocaust Memorial Education Fund of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau Fund, Preisler Shorenstein Institute for Holocaust Education Fund, Gerald B. Rosenstein Endowment Fund for Holocaust Education, San Francisco Humanities Fund, Isaac Sevi Institute for the Study of Greek Jewry, Edgar P. Talmus Endowment Fund, Tauber Holocaust Library and Education Program Endowment Fund, Helen I. and Henry B. Weil Memorial Endowment Fund, Morris Weiss Yom HaShoah Award, Idell & Otto Weiss Family Youth Community Service Fund, Mitzi and Adolf Wilner Memorial Fund, and Rozsi & Jeno Zisovich Holocaust and Tolerance Studies Scholarship Fund.

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