Through the generosity of individuals, foundations and corporations, the Museum is able to honor those who were lost in the Holocaust by teaching universal lessons combating hatred, prejudice and indifference.
Your individual gift helps support our world-class exhibitions, education and public programming, and general operation of our building. It also allows us to develop and create new programs.
|$500||can bring a school field trip of 65 low-income students to the Museum to learn the lessons of the Holocaust and hear the firsthand stories of a survivor or eyewitness|
|$250||can help support teacher workshops to equip educators with the knowledge and best practices to teach about the Holocaust and other genocides|
|$150||can ship a Teaching Trunk filled with curricula and resources to a school anywhere in the country|
|$75||can help purchase art supplies for family programs and field trip programming|
|$40||can help cover travel expenses for Holocaust survivors to tell their story in the community|
Gifts of $250 or more received by December 20th will be recognized in the Museum’s 2013 Annual Report.
To donate online, click here or call the Development office at 847.967.4821.
To make a gift by mail, download this form and mail to:
Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center
9603 Woods Drive
Skokie, IL 60077
Many companies will match your donation and often double or triple the impact of your gift. Please check with your company’s Human Resources department to learn if they offer a matching gift program and their specific guidelines and procedures.
To learn more, call 847.967.4821 or email email@example.com.