Join the Jewish Federation of San Antonio on March 25 at the Witte Museum for the 2020 For Hope For Humanity benefit. The celebratory evening will feature a dinner and inspirational program highlighting the importance and impact of the Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio. All proceeds from the benefit will go to support the educational mission of the museum so it may continue to educate and inspire people throughout the South Texas community.
As part of this year’s ceremony, the Federation is honored to welcome our compelling 2020 keynote speaker, Eli Saslow, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the novel “Rising Out of Hatred”. The award-winning novel tells the story of how White-supremacist ideas migrated from the far-right fringe to the political mainstream.
During the program, the 2020 winner of the Maxine Cohen For Hope For Humanity Educator Award will also be honored. The annual award, established in 2017, recognizes educators who use their position to not only reject hate but also spread a message of love and support for humanity within their classrooms and the community.
Announcing the 2020 For Hope For Humanity Guest Speaker, Eli Saslow, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the novel “Rising Out of Hatred”. We are honored to have him join us for a compelling discussion at the March 25th benefit.
All proceeds from the For Hope For Humanity Benefit go to support the educational mission of the Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio. As the only Holocaust education center within 300 miles of San Antonio, HMMSA plays a vital role in the South Texas community.
For sponsorship inquiries, please contact:
Ronit Sherwin, CEO Jewish Federation of San Antonio
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For other inquiries regarding the 2020 For Hope For Humanity Benefit, please contact:
Eva Laporte, Director of Communications & Engagement
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