2019-2020 School Year Program Report

2019-2020 School Year Program Report

Our organization provided a total of 230 educational programs focused on the lessons of the Holocaust and the dangers of intoleranceDanny Goldsmith sharing his testimony virtually, racism and anti-Semitism during the 2019-2020 school year even in the face of so many school closures during the Spring. HAMEC’s volunteer Survivors spoke to 23,750 students at 175 schools.

We continue to schedule and provide virtual programming in the 2020-21 school year. Our staff and volunteers have become proficient at the technology necessary to bring their vital message to as many students, teachers, parents and members of the public as possible.

Just wanted to keep you posted on our progress as we continue to pursue our mission during this difficult time. Please stay safe and contact Geoff Quinn or Dr. Ruth Almy at 215-464-4701 to arrange for additional programming. Thanks and be safe! And smile!

Chuck Feldman, President, Holocaust Awareness and Education Center

Now is the time to book a virtual Holocaust survivor testimony program for your class

Now is the time to book a virtual Holocaust survivor testimony program for your class

Skype in the Classroom
Dave Tuck Skyping with students

The summer may feel “endless,” but we at HAMEC are busy preparing for the school year ahead.  Approximately 14 States now mandate Holocaust Education–and that list is growing.  HAMEC is ready to provide virtual programs for your school, congregation and civic group. Wherever you are – be it the United States, Canada, India or Australia –  we can to serve you world-wide.

Through Google Meet, Skype and Zoom, we can bring the latest in Holocaust education to you.  Request a program today.

Hate never takes a vacation and neither do we.