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Educating a 21st-Century Global Audience

William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education


The Museum is the global leader in fostering greater awareness of the Holocaust and its lessons for a complex world by teaching why the Holocaust happened—and was allowed to happen. Through exhibitions, educational resources, digital outreach, and programs for students, teachers, and leaders, the Levine Institute aims to expand people's critical thinking skills, deepen their understanding of their responsibility in a democratic society, and ultimately prompt changes in their attitudes and behavior. 

The Educating a 21st-Century Global Audience Impact Fund provides critical resources to support the Levine Institute's work to expand awareness and understanding of the Holocaust, as well as to help communities in Europe and the Middle East become less susceptible to violent antisemitism.

Thanking Our Donors

The Museum is deeply grateful to the following donors for their generous support of the Educating a 21st-Century Global Audience Impact Fund during fiscal year 2019.

Gifts of $250,000–$499,999
Jennifer Loew Mendelson and Dan Mendelson

Gifts of $100,000–$249,999
Judy and Steven Elbaum

Gifts of $25,000–$99,999
Laurence and Pamela Baer
Janine Winkler Lowy
Lupin Foundation

Gifts of $10,000–$24,999
Josephine and Simon Braitman
Edie and David Blitzstein

Make a Gift

To learn more about the Educating a 21st-Century Global Audience Impact Fund, contact or 202.314.7838.