For now, our doors continue to remain temporarily closed as we prepare for the ideal time to reopen, taking proactive steps to ensure we do this in the safest way possible. Read more here

Due to the pandemic, we made the difficult decision to cancel the annual Spring Fundraiser event - a beloved and highly anticipated fundraiser supporting the Museum’s educational initiatives and annual operating budget.

WE HAVE GREAT NEWS! An anonymous benefactor is offering a generous $30,000 MATCHING GIFT in support of the cancelled Spring event! No donation is too small because every dollar you donate will be matched and just like that - the impact of your gift is instantly doubled! *

With your help, we can still meet our goal for the Spring event and, more importantly, continue to positively change attitudes through education!


Although our doors remain temporarily closed, we have continued our mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference by successfully shifting our educational initiatives to virtual platforms. These engaging and innovative programs are offered FREE OF CHARGE to our community and beyond!

Whether through the Spring Fundraiser, memberships, or other contributions, your investment in the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is an important and meaningful one. Through education, the Museum inspires Upstanders — individuals who speak up and act, especially when the easiest course of action is to do nothing at all. THANK YOU!


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* Matching dollars max at $30,000 for all new Spring 2020 donations. All donations are 100% tax-deductible. This is a fundraiser event benefiting the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. Proceeds directly support the Museum’s annual operating budget, including its year-round educational and community outreach initiatives. CLICK HERE to learn more.

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