The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center exists to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. Your continued support inspires us to continue pushing our mission forward. If you would like to help the Holocaust & Humanity Center, here are five ways you can take action right now.
- Make a Donation
When supporting HHC, you make it possible for us to: provide funding so all students, regardless of economic circumstances, can visit HHC’s museum; give educators the tools and resources they need to effectively teach about the Holocaust; send traveling exhibits to isolated communities; create innovative programming to engage the community in the history of the Holocaust. Your donation also allows us to present digital programming during this time. Every dollar counts. Donate HERE.
- Leave a Review
Want to help the Holocaust & Humanity Center reach more people? Leaving a review on Yelp or Trip Advisor helps promote our mission. Learn how to DO IT HERE.
- Support Us via AmazonSmile
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Holocaust & Humanity Center every time you shop – and it comes at zero cost to you. It’s a donation made by Amazon in your honor. YOU JUST HAVE TO SELECT US AT SMILE.AMAZON.COM and use smile.Amazon.com instead of Amazon.com whenever you shop.
- Invite Your Friends to Follow Us
An easy way to help us broaden our digital reach is enlisting the help of your friends! If you haven’t already, invite ALL of your Facebook friends to “like” the HOLOCAUST & HUMANITY CENTER FACEBOOK ACCOUNT. Make sure to also follow us on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER.
Dedicated volunteers help the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center fulfill its mission of ensuring the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. To learn about our volunteer opportunities or for questions about becoming an exhibit interpreter when the museum reopens, please email [email protected].
ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST & HUMANITY CENTER
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center exists to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. Located at Cincinnati’s historic Union Terminal, HHC educates more than 200,000 community members through its educational initiatives, innovative digital and in-person programs, virtual tours and partnerships. For more information, visit WWW.HOLOCAUSTANDHUMANITY.ORG.