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Promote Positive Change

The Florida Holocaust Museum was founded and continues to thrive on the vision, involvement, and generosity of its patrons. Today, more than ever, your support of The Florida Holocaust Museum is vital to ensuring that we can continue to use the lessons of the past to create a better future for all.


Ways to Give

There are many ways to support The Florida Holocaust Museum. We invite you to choose a way to support the Museum that works for you or to speak with a member of our Advancement Staff for guidance. Thank you for supporting our mission to teach the lessons of the Holocaust and the dangers that all forms of hatred bring into our shared communities.

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Membership

Discover the different levels of membership that help support The Florida Holocaust Museum deliver on our mission to educate and inspire change. Student memberships begin at just $25 and all membership levels include a year of free admission to the museum.

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Tributes & Memorial Gifts

Make a donation in memory or honor of someone.
From holidays to birthdays, to anniversaries, there are many occasions to make a meaningful gift to someone special in your life while supporting The Florida Holocaust Museum.

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Planned Giving

Your planned gift to the Museum will ensure our link to the past remains unbroken. Your legacy will be a trust for the future that helps the members of all races and cultures learn to recognize the inherent worth and dignity of human life.

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Volunteer

The Florida Holocaust Museum is dedicated to providing an engaging and fulfilling volunteer program. Our volunteers play a key role in creating a meaningful experience for our visitors.

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Docent

Being a docent at The Florida Holocaust Museum is one of the most remarkable experiences. You will have a unique opportunity to work with Holocaust Survivors and carry their message to the next generations. Docents work with students of different age groups (5th grade and up) and help us translate the lessons of the Holocaust into today. You will also have a chance to meet artists and guest speakers at programs designed just for docents.

The class will start the last week of January 2023.

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Donate Artifacts and other Materials to the Permanent Collection

The Florida Holocaust Museum continues to collect original documents, photographs, artifacts, oral testimonies, and other materials to document the Holocaust. Materials we are seeking include those from the experiences of Jewish victims of the Holocaust, non-Jewish victims of the Nazis and their collaborators, and survivors.

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Generations After

If you are a child or an adult grandchild of Holocaust Survivors or Holocaust Refugees, we welcome you to join us as part of Generations After. We are called 2G’s for children of Survivors (Second Generation after the Holocaust), 3G’s for grandchildren (Third Generation after the Holocaust), and 4G’s for great grandchildren (Fourth Generation after the Holocaust).

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