On Sunday, April 14, nearly 400 guests joined us at the beautiful Arts District Mansion to welcome internationally renowned and bestselling author, journalist, and philanthropist Mitch Albom to Dallas. In a conversation moderated by Good Morning Texas host Jane McGarry, Mitch shared reflective lessons from the New York Times bestselling memoir of all time, Tuesdays with Morrie, and his newest novel, The Little Liar, told against the backdrop of the Holocaust, to discuss modern-day antisemitism and his philanthropic work with children in Haiti. What an inspirational and unforgettable afternoon!

Through our mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference, the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum helps students gain a deeper understanding of history, its connections to the present, and the skills they need to become an Upstander – someone who sees something wrong and works to make it right. Thanks to the leadership of Event Co-Chairs Fredye Levit Factor and Sarah Losinger, the 2024 Spring Host Committee, and to our generous supporters, we successfully exceeded the goal for this important fundraiser for the Museum, making our year-round educational work possible!

Here are just a few of the initiatives your contributions help make possible:

Public Programming Accessible to Everyone | Educator Resources | Library & Archives | Traveling Special Exhibitions


On May 16, 2023, more than 460 guests gathered at Music Hall at Fair Park for the Dallas opening night of the national Broadway tour of Aaron Sorkin's play adaption of To Kill a Mockingbird. We are grateful to our generous sponsors and to the leadership support of our Host Committee

Click on the images below to see photos from past Spring Fundraiser events.

An Immersive, Interactive Journey Unlike Any Other

Please join us for a visit. Unforgettable doesn't begin to describe the experience.