The need for Holocaust education remains the same, but the environment has changed dramatically. We have developed an exciting portfolio of new and adapted projects, with digital technology at the centre, to ensure the longevity of Holocaust education and have every bit as much impact and reach in the future. As the Holocaust fades further into history, we must work even harder to ensure the horrors of the past are never forgotten.

Your support will enable us to educate the next generation about the Holocaust and also empower them to defend the truth of the Holocaust, which is being challenged more and more. With your help, we will ensure young people have the knowledge to stand up against antisemitism, prejudice and extremism in all its forms, to shape a more positive future.

We are reliant on your support for our cause, and can only achieve our mission with your help.

Through our work, on average each year:

  • Over 100,000 people and 700 schools take part in our Outreach programme and hear the testimony of a Holocaust survivor.
  • Hundreds of young people join our annual Ambassador Conference to deepen their knowledge about the Holocaust and learn practical ways in which they can help to defend the truth of the Holocaust.
  • Over 1,000 teachers take part in our teacher training programmes.
  • Thousands of teachers use our free online resources in their classrooms.
  • 3,000 students and teachers take part in our Lessons from Auschwitz programme and, on their return, educate their peers and communities about their experiences.

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