Holocaust Museum LA broke ground on November 15, 2023 on the Jona Goldrich Campus, designed by award-winning architect Hagy Belzberg. This expansion will feature new indoor and outdoor spaces that will double our footprint in Pan Pacific Park, allowing us to amplify our reach and impact, and increase our visibility.
A new Learning Center Pavilion along The Grove Drive, adjacent to the existing building, will include a dedicated theater for USC Shoah Foundation’s Dimensions in Testimony exhibit; a 200-seat theater for film screenings, concerts, conferences and public programs; outdoor reflective spaces; two classrooms for large student groups and programs for younger audiences; and 2,500 sq. ft. of special exhibit space. In addition, a new Boxcar Pavilion built to house an authentic boxcar found outside of Majdanek death camp in Poland will be constructed on top of the existing building.
Education is the way forward. When the new campus opens at the end of 2025, we will be able to expand our programming to accommodate 150,000 students annually.
Read more about the expansion here: https://www.holocaustmuseumla.org/expansion
Chief Advancement Officer: Omar Sharif Jr.
To commemorate those who perished, honor those who survived, educate about the Holocaust and inspire a more dignified and humane world.
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How can we take the lessons of the Holocaust and apply them to what’s going on today? Education is key. We need to teach that we are all connected. We’re proud to support Holocaust Museum LA in their much-needed work to preserve the stories of survivors, like my husband David, and to carry forward their messages of courage, resilience, and hope.
Help Educate to Stop Hate
$1,000 – Sponsors training & tools for 10 teachers to learn how to best facilitate lessons about the Holocaust and genocide in the classroom.
$2,500 – Enables 100 students to participate in a free, docent-led, customized tour and to meet a survivor.
$5,000 – Provides bus transportation for students from Title I schools in Northern California to visit the Museum.
For a full list of supporters, please visit www.hmla.org/supporters.