Through preserving the history of the Holocaust, the life stories and messages of the survivors, and commemorating the victims, the Sydney Jewish Museum keeps the memory of the Holocaust alive.
The Museum works towards its mission by delivering educational programs to students and professionals, preserving artefacts, presenting exhibitions, and holding cultural and commemorative events. This work we do and the stories we share inspire people to be more respectful, inclusive, empathetic and do more for the rights of others.
Like all museums, the Sydney Jewish Museum can not survive on membership and entry fees alone. The Museum receives no government funding for our operational needs and, and community support is vital in ensuring the Museum can continue its important work.
There are many ways individuals and organisations can help
$36 covers the cost of an education program for a disadvantaged student
$100 provides a taxi to and from the Museum for a Holocaust survivor speaking to students
$300 provides conservation, treatment and restoration to one Holocaust artefact to ensure it is kept in as close to original condition as possible
$900 pays for the resources it takes for the Museum Educators to run an educational program with one class
I’d like to donate:
No matter how large or small, your gift will allow the Sydney Jewish Museum to maintain and develop its exhibitions, provide and expand our important educational programs and present stimulating cultural events and public programs that will enrich the minds and lives of our members and the community at large.
We appreciate all donations. Donations over $2 are tax deductible.
You can also make one-off or recurring donations over the phone, on 02 9360 7999