The Holocaust Documentation and Education Center was established in 1980 as a nonsectarian, nonprofit organization. We are in the midst of building the first South Florida Holocaust Museum.
Click here to download the 2011-2012 season flyer.
Jan 25, 2013 at 2:30 p.m.
Dr. Roza Pati, St. Thomas University, will be speaking about Albania and its role during the Holocaust
Dear Survivors and Family Members:
If you have any issues regarding home healthcare or reparation and restitution, please click here.
We have contact information on various agencies who may be able to help you.
Please click here for information regarding the Survivor Bank Fee Waiver Program.
13-year-old David Broide is trying to collect six million pennies in honor of those lost in the Holocaust.
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The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center helps reunite long-separated cousins!
Click here to read the Miami Herald article:
Cousins who survived Holocaust reunite in Broward after almost 70 years
First cousins Leo Adler, left, and Leon Schagrin embrace after meeting again for the first time in almost 70 years.
Image: Miami Herald
We look forward to your wonderful support in helping us build the first
South Florida Holocaust Museum.
There are several types of charitable giving opportunities available, including Naming Opportunities. Please speak with your financial advisor about which opportunity is right for you.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss these or any other giving options, please contact Rositta E. Kenigsberg
at 954.929.5690 x202.
Click here to make a standard contribution online
or download this form to mail or fax in your donation.
Holocaust Documentation & Education Center, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Contributions are tax deductible.
Student Awareness Days
Click here to learn more about our Student Awareness Days
Or click here to read the Miami Herald article:
South Florida Students Learn the Effects of Hatred
A high school student embraces Survivor Anita Karl at the
Student Awareness Day held at Hallandale High School, May 4, 2012.
Survivor Zelda Fuksman comforts a high school student at the Palm Beach County Student Awareness Day, November 13, 2012.
Survivor Sam Solnick looks on.
For rail car details and photographs, click the button on right.
Volunteer & Internship Opportunities Available
We are in need of individuals who can devote their valuable time to help support our goal of A Living Memorial Through Education
Call for Artifacts
Do you have Holocaust artifacts? We are looking for artifacts from pre-Holocaust life, Holocaust and post-Holocaust life for the new South Florida Holocaust Museum. If you possess any memorabilia and would like to contribute to the Museum, please contact us.