Call for Artifacts
The purpose of the museum is to tell the story of the Holocaust from 1933 to past Liberation in 1945. The following are the themes the museum will examine:
- Precursors/Antecedents to the Holocaust
- Rise of the Nazi Party
- The Ghettos
- Genocide and the Holocaust
- Resistance: Courageous Acts in Desperate Times
- The Final Solution
- Reflection, Remembrance and Responsibility
Please if you have any documents, photographs, or other artifacts please contact us. Upon acceptance, we will preserve your donated artifacts.
Please note for example artifacts can include concentration camp uniforms, Jewish stars, items from Jewish life before, the pre-war years, liberation, the DP camps, and material from the post-Holocaust life of Survivors in the United States and Israel.
These artifacts are the remnants of Survivor’s lives before and of their struggle during the Shoah. We look forward to giving these artifacts a permanent home for present and future generations to see. Every donated item will also be virtually displayed as per our museum designer, Patrick Gallagher.
Please do not discard any artifacts. Each one has a story to tell.
To donate artifacts or if you have any questions please call Erin Cohen at 954-929-5690 X 304 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.