The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is grateful for the support it receives from private foundations, government agencies, and other civic organizations. Grants make it possible to further the Museum’s mission to teach the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference.

Foundation and government grants allow the Museum to provide free admission and transportation to economically challenged students, fund special exhibitions, train teachers, and provide outstanding public programs that teach visitors to become Upstanders, someone who

  • Stands up for other people and their rights
  • Combats injustice, inequality, or unfairness
  • Sees something wrong and works to make it right

For more information regarding institutional support of the Museum, please contact Sabrina Miranda, Grant Officer, at [email protected].


Ann L. and Carol Green Rhodes
Charitable Trust

Sam Roosth Foundation


Alice E. and Joseph C. Blewett Foundation

Big Thought

BNSF Foundation

City of Dallas Mayor's Office

Clampitt Foundation

Communities Foundation of Texas

Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany

Hold Onto Your Music Foundation

IMA Foundation

Jewish Federation of Fort Worth & Tarrant County

Mayor's Interns Fellows Program

Nordstrom Foundation

Orchid Giving Circle of the Texas Women's Foundation

Robert W. Knox, Sr. and Pearl Wallis Knox Charitable Foundation

Tandy/P. McMillan Holocaust Education and Programming Fund of the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth & Tarrant County

The Catholic Foundation

The Murrell Foundation

The Sylvan T. Baer Foundation

The Thomas M., Helen McKee & John P. Ryan Foundation, Inc.

W.P. & Bulah Luse Foundation

William E. Dean III Charitable Foundation

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