Help Ukrainian Holocaust educators
Our dedicated Ukrainian teachers have stood up for Jewish history.
Now it’s time for us to stand up for them.
for Holocaust survivors
in Vienna and Budapest
Between June, 2006 and March, 2020, we held regular get-togethers for the people we interviewed in both Vienna and Budapest.
During Covid, we’ve been sending them newsletters, along with books, flowers, CDs and boxes of sweets.
Combatting antisemitism in the lands where the Holocaust took place
No other organization works in as many schools in Eastern Europe as we do. Much of our funding comes from the Claims Conference, the German government and the EU.
If this is an issue that concerns you, write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can target programs together.
Why donate to Centropa?
We interviewed 1,263 Holocaust survivors still living in Europe
We digitized 25,000 of their family pictures
We have 55,232 pages of interviews with them
We’ve made 44 multimedia films about them
Those films have been shown in 19 international film festivals
3,880 teachers in 20 countries have taken part in our seminars
We’re the only oral history institute with a social club for the people we interviewed
And we do all this because every year our donors make this possible.
For US donors, all contributions are 100% tax deductible and click here to see our IRS determination letter.
HOLOCAUST EDUCATION IN INNER CITY AND RURAL SCHOOLS IN the US
We target specific school districts where we have been making a difference: inner city Newark and Baltimore, rural schools in the Carolinas, Palm Beach County, Houston and East Los Angeles.
Help us stand with them with competitions and award winning programs. Most of our students are minority, most depend on free or reduced cost lunches.
Like every non-profit, we need support to over our adminstration costs, as well as developing our website, printing our annual reports and paying our accountants each year. We have teams working in Washington, Hamburg, Vienna and Budapest.
General support is always welcome—and needed! and we can target programs together.