Never Again. What You Do Matters.

The Campaign for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Museum Launches Historic Campaign
On April 28, 2013, in the presence of a historic gathering of Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans and rescuers held in Washington, DC, to mark the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s 20th anniversary, Museum director Sara J. Bloomfield announced an urgent effort was underway to secure Holocaust memory before the eyewitness generation is gone. Led by honorary chair Elie Wiesel and under the banner “Never Again. What You Do Matters,” the $540 million comprehensive campaign will allow the Museum to make critical investments to keep Holocaust memory alive as a relevant, transformative force in the 21st century. Join us in this ambitious endeavor. Read more.

National Campaign Committee
Honorary Chair Elie Wiesel National Co-Chairs Tom A. Bernstein, Lester Crown, Howard L. Ganek, William S. Levine, Jay Stein, Howard Unger Regional Co-Chairs Elisa Spungen Bildner, Howard Friend, Joseph Gutman, J. David Heller, Howard Konar, Douglas R. Korn, Susan E. Lowenberg, Richard S. Price, Bradley D. Wine

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