Support the JHC

To preserve the memory and legacy of the Holocaust, the Jewish Holocaust Centre relies on the generous support of individuals, corporate entities and the general community as the Centre does not receive any recurrent funding.  The Centre is registered as a charity with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Status and all donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible.

To ensure the long term sustainability of the Jewish Holocaust Centre, we need your help today.


Note: Online Donations are done though - This site will open in a new window.

If you would like more details about the Jewish Holocaust Centre, contact:

Michelle Malet
Director of Advancement
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Reuben Zylberszpic
Development Manager
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Or call the Centre on: 03 9528 1985.

The Jewish Holocaust Centre aims to make a real difference in people's lives, and for those who wish to make the world a better place, supporting the Centre's work helps to achieve this, at the same time ensuring that the memories of the Holocaust victims will be preserved in perpetuity. Supporters of the Centre's work can give practical expression to this by making a bequest in their Wills.

The Jewish Holocaust Centre has a number of opportunities for sponsorship. If you wish to sponsor a program or project, please contact us.

The Foundation ensures the continued existence of the Centre and supports its important work. Funds raised through the Foundation are invested, with the earnings providing an ongoing source of income for the Centre to support its operations and programs into the future.

The Friends of the Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC) has supported the work of the Centre solidly for over 18 years. With special Friends’ events such as tours of new exhibitions, film nights, art auctions and lectures this marvellous organisation has made a significant contribution to the work of the Centre.

A memorial donation is a thoughtful way to remember someone and pay tribute to his or her life and achievements. A donation to the Centre in memory of someone who has passed away is acknowledged by a certificate and letter to the next of kin or closest relative.

When planning a special occasion such as a birthday celebration, bar/bat mitzvah, engagement, wedding or any other simchah please consider encouraging your friends and family to make a donation to the Jewish Holocaust Centre.

The Centre welcomes enthusiastic and committed volunteers who support the Jewish Holocaust Centre's mission and associated volunteer activities. Volunteers are integral to the day-to-day operation of the Centre and have been the life-blood of the organisation since its establishment in 1984.