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About This Event

Time: April 29, 2019

Ticket: $450 per person, Registration Required

Sponsorship Levels:

$250,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• Lead sponsor of the National Tribute Dinner and National Patron
• Two tables (20 seats) with premier seating
• Eight registrations for Days of Remembrance and the US Capitol Ceremony

$100,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• Lead sponsor of the National Tribute Dinner
• Two tables (20 seats) with premier seating
• Six registrations for Days of Remembrance and the US Capitol Ceremony
• Corporate benefits available
    o Logo printed at Corporate Executive Circle level in the dinner program
    o Logo inclusion on the Museum’s daily sheet (distributed to 1.6 million visitors annually)

$50,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• One table (10 seats) with premier seating
• Four registrations for Days of Remembrance and the US Capitol Ceremony
• Corporate benefits available
    o Logo printed at Corporate Leaders level in the dinner program
    o Logo inclusion on the online Corporate Partners page
    o Logo inclusion in the Museum’s biannual magazine Memory & Action (sent to 70,000 homes)

$25,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• One table (10 seats) with priority seating
• Two registrations for Days of Remembrance and the US Capitol Ceremony
• Membership in the Leadership Circle°
• Corporate benefits available
    o Logo printed at Corporate Sustainers level in the dinner program
    o Logo inclusion on the online Corporate Partners page

$18,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• One table (10 seats) at the Tribute Dinner
• Corporate benefits available
    o Logo printed at Corporate Supporters level in the dinner program

$10,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• Eight seats at the Tribute Dinner
• Invitation to the Patrons Event with the Museum Director
• Corporate benefits available
    o Logo printed at Corporate Supporters level in the dinner program
    o Membership in the Corporate Partners program

$6,000

Sponsor benefits below plus…
• Six seats at the Tribute Dinner
• Membership in the Wings of Memory Society‡

$1,800

• Two seats at the Tribute Dinner
• Special recognition in the dinner program

Terms and Conditions

Gifts must be received by March 7 to be listed in the Tribute Dinner program.

NOTE: Cancellation on or after March 28 will result in the full forfeiture of your registration fee(s).

*Each event reservation/ticket includes a suggested charitable contribution to the Museum. The amount of your contribution exceeding $185 per person may be tax-deductible subject to certain limitations.
** The Leadership Circle recognizes annual donors of $25,000 and above whose generosity helps keep Holocaust memory alive.
‡ The Wings of Memory Society recognizes annual donors of $5,000 and above who support the Museum’s core outreach and educational initiatives.

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: Washington Hilton
1919 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20009
United States

Monday, April 29, 2019
Washington Hilton
6 p.m. Reception
7 p.m. Dinner

Chairs
Pamela Kurland and David Marchick

Join us to honor the 2019 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Elie Wiesel Award Recipients:

Serge and Beate Klarsfeld have dedicated their lives to bringing perpetrators of the Holocaust to justice. Serge Klarsfeld played a key role in the prosecution of high-ranking Nazi officials and French collaborators; Beate Klarsfeld boldly confronted former Nazis serving in the West German government. Together they have campaigned against antisemitism in Europe and the Middle East, and fought for justice after the massacre of civilians, such as in Sarajevo and Burundi.

Syria Civil Defence (The White Helmets) are volunteers who, at great risk to themselves and their families, have courageously saved lives and delivered critical services to people impacted by atrocities committed by the Syrian regime. To date, 204 members of the White Helmets have been killed while saving more than 114,000 people.

Established in 2011 and renamed for its inaugural recipient, the Elie Wiesel Award recognizes individuals whose actions have advanced the Museum’s vision of a world where people confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity.

National Leadership Award Presented to Shelley and Allan Holt

For questions or more information about sponsorship opportunities for the dinner, please call the Mid-Atlantic Regional Office at 202.314.7877.