The Foundation provides opportunities for donors to support the Jewish Holocaust Centre in a significant and enduring manner.
Established in June 2003, the JHC Foundation is a stand-alone entity with the sole purpose of providing for the long-term future financial security and sustainability of the JHC. The Foundation’s charter is to raise funds from donors in order to build a substantial permanent endowment fund. It is governed by an independent Board of Trustees.
Every gift to the Foundation is accumulated in full to the Endowment and a portion of the annual income is granted annually to the JHC. In this way, the Fund will maintain its real value and each and every gift will have an everlasting impact on the vital work of the JHC.
The survivor generation created the JHC in 1984. Over time, as their numbers diminished, it became clear that staffing levels would need to increase. This was the motivation for the establishment of the Foundation, which supports the important work of the JHC by assisting with salaries and funding improved technologies with the aim of “Keeping Their Voices Alive”.
The Foundation welcomes new donors.
There are three giving opportunities to support the JHC through the Foundation. Each donation will be appropriately acknowledged and all gifts are tax deductible.
A Major Donor is an individual, family or company that commits a minimum amount of $25,000 to the Foundation. These donations can also be directed to specific projects within the JHC. Major Donors will be honoured on permanent display at the JHC.
Partners in Remembrance Program
The Partners in Remembrance Program is a three-tiered structure for individuals and families to express their support for the JHC. The donors in these categories will be suitably recognised.
Gold Partner $18,000+
Silver Partner $10,000+
Bronze Partner $5,000+