The Simon-Skjodt Center works to help governments, in the US and abroad, create institutional structures, tools, and policies to prevent genocide and other mass atrocities. It also builds the emerging field of genocide prevention by investing in research and expertise to understand the causes of genocide and how to prevent it.
The Preventing Genocide Impact Fund provides critical resources to help the Simon-Skjodt Center continue to innovate and intensify its efforts to make the future different from the past.
“If we can help move this mission forward to address one of the most perplexing and heartbreaking issues, even a fraction, then we will have accomplished something meaningful for future generations.” —Cindy Simon Skjodt, Samerian Foundation
Thanking Our Donors
The Museum is deeply grateful to the following donors for their generous support of the Preventing Genocide Impact Fund during fiscal years 2022-2023.
Gifts of $1 million or more
Gifts of $500,000–$999,999
Tom A. and Andi Bernstein
Gifts of $100,000–$249,999
Robert and Leslie Bond and Family
Priscilla and Steven Kersten
Gifts of $25,000–$99,999
Jessica Abrahams and Christopher Fleming
Alexander Foundation, Inc.
Rhea Blackwood Foundation
Denise and Scott Davis
Mrs. Julia Feinstein & Mr. Markus Weiss
Kate and Eli Kogan
Sigal Pearl Mandelker
Dr. Leah Pisar
Robert and Allison Price
Herbert Simon Family Foundation
Gifts of $10,000–$24,999
Gregg Kaplan and Lindsay Avner
Rachel and David Sternberg
To learn more about the Preventing Genocide Impact Fund, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.314.7838.