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About This Event

Time: June 20, 2019, 6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. CDT

Ticket: $125 per person, Registration Required

Sponsorship Levels:

$100,000

• Recognition as a Corporate Partner at the Executive Circle level

• All other benefits listed below

$50,000

• Permanent recognition on Donors Wall at the Museum

• Recognition as a Corporate Partner at the Leader level

• All other benefits listed below

$25,000

• Membership in the Museum’s Leadership Circle

• Recognition as a Corporate Partner at the Sustainer level

• Recognition in the annual report

• All other benefits listed below

$15,000

• Recognition as a Corporate Partner

• Table for ten at the Museum’s Chicago luncheon**

• Membership in the Museum’s Wings of Memory Society

• Recognition in the invitation and program for Next Generation event and Chicago luncheon+

• Option to serve on the Next Generation Board

$10,000

• Recognition as a Corporate Partner

• Table for ten at the Museum’s Chicago luncheon**

• Membership in the Museum’s Wings of Memory Society

• Recognition in the invitation and program for Next Generation event and Chicago luncheon+

• Option to serve on the Next Generation Board

$5,000

• Table for ten at the Museum’s Chicago luncheon**

• Membership in the Museum’s Wings of Memory Society

• Recognition in the invitation and program for Next Generation event and Chicago luncheon+

• Option to serve on the Next Generation Board

$2,500

• Four tickets to the Next Generation event

• Recognition in the invitation and program for Next Generation event and Chicago luncheon+

• Option to serve on the Next Generation Board

$1,000

• Two tickets to the Next Generation event

• Recognition in the invitation and program for Next Generation event

$500 Donation

• One ticket to the Next Generation event

• Recognition in the Next Generation event program+ and in Chicago luncheon program*

Terms and Conditions

+ Subject to printing deadlines.

** The annual Chicago luncheon will be held on September 9, 2019. Tables can be filled with your guests or with Holocaust survivors if you are not able to attend.

PLEASE NOTE: Federal law mandates that gifts from donor-advised funds may not receive the benefit of event attendance. If you make a gift from these funds and wish to attend the event, you must separately give a gift from personal funds that includes the number of event reservations needed. Family foundations and charitable foundations may have informational needs that permit the benefit of event attendance. Please consult with your tax advisors in such cases before proceeding with your registration.

Location: Morgan Manufacturing
401 North Morgan Street
Chicago, IL 60642
United States

  • Refugees from Syria cross the border into Jordan. Lucian Perkins for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Refugees from Syria cross the border into Jordan. Lucian Perkins for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

A Chicago Next Generation Event

Join us to meet a Holocaust survivor and an eyewitness to the Syrian crisis, who will share their stories of persecution and displacement. Their accounts prompt us to consider our obligation to those threatened by mass atrocities today.

Speakers
Naomi Kikoler, Acting Director, Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Mouaz Moustafa, Executive Director, Syrian Emergency Task Force, Political Director, United for a Free Syria
Alfred Münzer, Holocaust Survivor and Volunteer, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Event Chairs
Laura and Matthew Gray

Next Generation Board

Chairs
Alisa and Adam Bergstein
Aaron Tucker

Associate Chairs
Alex Entratter
Jordyn Schneider

2019 Chicago Luncheon Chairs
Carly and Scott Bernstein
Danielle Rudas Goodman and Jordan Goodman
Aaron Tucker

Tickets cost $125 per person and sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information, please contact Renee Rotter in the Museum’s Midwest Regional Office at 847.433.8099 or rrotter@ushmm.org.