The Holocaust Presentation is one of our students' most memorable and formative experiences. Their participation enables them to develop a deeper understanding of what happened, and empowers them to stand up to anti Semitism.
We are grateful for the financial support of Yavneh's parents, grandparents, alumni and friends, who make the presentation and the curriculum possible. Donations may be made in honor or in memory of loved ones, and to extend Hakarat Hatov.
Legacy of Remembrance gifts are made in perpetuity. They are permanently included on this page and will be included annually in the Holocaust Presentation dedications.
A Legacy of Remembrance
Dedicated to the memory of Rory, Abby and Mitchell Stamler's Great-Grand Parents who survived the Shoah, Leon Feder and Hilda Pilc Feder and to the family who perished in Europe.
Harry and Faith Feder
In loving memory of Moshe Aharon Rosenbaum, sole family survivor of Auschwitz and Buchenwald. Grandfather of Tamar Lowe and Alana Shlagbaum; Great-Grandfather of Noah Lowe, Abby Lowe, Rebecca Shlagbaum, Lily Lowe, Jordana Lowe, Gabby Shlagbaum and Jonah Shlagbaum. Yehi Zichro Baruch.
Susan and David Rosenbaum