58th Annual Silent Auction and Dinner Honors Congressman Brendan Boyle and Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick for their Holocaust education advocacy.
The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center is having their 58th Annual Silent Auction and Dinner, Honoring Congressman Brendan Boyle and Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick on Saturday, November 16, 2019, from 6:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M. at Congregation Adath Jeshurun, 7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park, PA 19027.
From the beginning of his career in elected office, Congressman Brendan Boyle has been an advocate of Holocaust education for all young people. First as a Pennsylvania State Legislator and now in the U.S. Congress, he has been a leader and a partner in advancing HAMEC’s mission to use the lessons of the Holocaust to teach about the terrible consequences of hatred and bigotry.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick has made Holocaust education for all students a top legislative priority. He has made HAMEC’s mission his mission and is working to make our world a better place, by helping young people learn of the Holocaust and the importance of tolerance in our society.
The cost is $95 per individual; $175 per couple. For additional information and to make reservations call 215.464.4701 or email email@example.com.
The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center is the premier provider of Holocaust education programs in the Delaware Valley. Each year museum programs provide students with Holocaust survivor presentations, school visits, videos, and plays such as the Anne Frank Theater Project. The museum is dedicated to educating students about the consequences of intolerance and hate. In the last school year alone, HAMEC completed 373 programs and reached over 43,777 students and adults in the Greater Philadelphia area, across the United States, and internationally. The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center is a non-profit organization supported by
grants from the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany, government and foundation grants and private donations.