Exhibits and registration open at 10:30am.
Celebrate the many ways your investment in the Center educates and inspires students to take action. You make it possible for 40,000 students throughout the Northwest to learn critically important humanitarian lessons for our time through Holocuast education.
Our 2016 luncheon program will share highlights from this landmark year. In October of 2015 we opened the Henry and Sandra Friedman Holocaust Center for Humanity in downtown Seattle. In the first six months, over 15,000 visitors have toured our exhibits, heard from speakers at Lunch & Learn lectures, attended teacher training seminars.
At the luncheon, you will meet members of the inaugural class of the Student Leadership Board, and students from the Muckleshoot Tribal School, the World School, and Middle College High School.
The Holocaust Center for Humanity proudly recognizes Steven Baral for his ongoing commitment to Holocaust education.
Click here for a copy of the digital Save the Date postcard you can send to friends, family, and coworkers. Share with them the stories that have inspired you, and encourage them to join you to hear those stories themselves.
View last year's luncheon video here.