The National Institute seeks to build the Collection of Record on the Holocaust and ensure its accessibility through preservation and digitization. The Collection is the foundation for education, exhibitions, and scholarship. It also serves as proof of the Holocaust, countering those who deny or distort this history.
Institute staff are in a race against time to collect documents, photographs, films, and other artifacts worldwide that if not acquired now will be lost forever. The Rescuing the Evidence Impact Fund provides critical resources to support this effort and manage the Museum's Collection.
Thanking Our Donors
The Museum is deeply grateful to the following donors for their generous support of the Rescuing the Evidence Impact Fund during fiscal year 2019.
Gifts of $250,000–$499,999
Jennifer Loew Mendelson and Dan Mendelson
Gifts of $100,000–$249,999
Lori and Alan Zekelman
Gifts of $25,000–$99,999
Fanny Landwirth Foundation
Nancy and William J. Danhof
Gifts of $10,000–$24,999
Willard E. Bransky
Ted and Barbara Hebert
To learn more about the Rescuing the Evidence Impact Fund, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.314.7838.