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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Richard D. Bass Foundation
Rita Crocker Clements Foundation
The Lupe Murchison Foundation
Ann L. and Carol Green Rhodes
Sam Roosth Foundation
OUR THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING INSTITUTIONS FOR THEIR SUPPORT IN 2019/2020
19th Amendment Centennial Fund
Sylvan T. Baer Foundation
Alice E. and Joseph C. Blewett Foundation
The Louis L. Borick Foundation
The Catholic Foundation
Communities Foundation of Texas
Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc.
The Florence Foundation
Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County
Junior League of Dallas
Louise W. Kahn Endowment Fund Of The Dallas Foundation
Lemon Aide Society
The Mayor's Intern Fellows Program of The Dallas Foundation
The Ryan Foundation
The Summerlee Foundation
Texas Instruments Foundation
W.P. and Bulah Luse Foundation
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