Tribute Gifts

Tribute Gifts

TRIBUTE GIFTS

Honor. Remember. Celebrate

Our Tribute Gift Program provides gift opportunities to celebrate and remember family and friends while supporting the legacy of our survivors and the future of the Museum. Tribute gifts are a meaningful way to express congratulations, memorialize loved ones, or to honor birthdays, anniversaries, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and other special occasions.

A personal acknowledgment is sent to the family or individual. Gift amounts remain confidential.

The Museum offers many ways to help you celebrate or honor someone special:

Tribute Cards

Send a tribute card and let someone special know you care. One of our two meaningful cards will be sent to the gift recipient or family notifying them of the tribute. Gift amounts remain confidential.

Choose the gift method that works best for you, or contact us directly at 847.967.4821 or tributes@ilhmec.org

Tribute Card Online Form >

Tribute Card Printable Form >

Tribute Pathway

Commemorate a brick on the new Crain-Maling Tribute Pathway and honor the special people and events in your life. Your personalized brick inscription will bring to life memories and celebrations and add your touching sentiment to the legacy of the Museum.  Create a lasting imprint with a Tribute Pathway dedication starting at $250.   Learn more about our Tribute Pathway >

Tribute Pathway Printable Form >

Tree of Life

Dedicate a leaf or flower on the Tree of Life and pay tribute to your loved ones and meaningful occasions.  Your personalized inscription will preserve memories and celebrations and carry forward the important efforts of the Museum. Inscribe a meaning message with a Tree of Life dedication starting at $1,000. Learn more about our Tree of Life >

Tree of Life Printable Form >

The Choice is Yours

There are many ways to give to the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center.
Choose the gift method that works best for you, or contact us directly at
847.967.4821 or tributes@ilhmec.org.

 

 

 

 

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