THE KURT & MARILYN WALLACH HOLOCAUST AND JEWISH STUDIES BUILDING
TRANSFORMING OUR FUTURE THROUGH EDUCATION
Imagine a world where all people are treated with dignity and respect. Where students and individuals in our communities, throughout the country and across the globe forever defeat genocide and threats to human rights, such as intolerance, anti-Semitism, racism and ignorance.
The Kurt and Marilyn Wallach Holocaust and Jewish Studies Building will have a distinctive home on FAU’s Boca Raton campus. It will serve as a hub for the study of the Holocaust and Jewish Studies, human rights education, and leadership training.
With your partnership, it will become the epicenter for intercultural dialogue and education in the greater South Florida region, empowering the next generation of changemakers. It will memorialize the six million Jews and other innocent victims of the Holocaust, honor its survivors, and bring together educational programs that champion social justice, compassion and understanding through enhanced collaborations that strengthen the prominence of these programs.
To see more about the building, including naming opportunities or the Wall of Recognition and Remembrance, click here.
If you’re interested in supporting any programs in the building, please click on Giving Opportunities below.
For any assistance or more information on making a gift, contact Laurie Carney at 561-297-3606.
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