BUILDING THE NATIONAL HOLOCAUST MUSEUM
IT HAPPENED, THEREFORE IT CAN HAPPEN AGAIN. — PRIMO LEVI
Most people have some sense of the significance of the Holocaust: the murder of six million European Jews, including 104,000 from the Netherlands. With your support, we hope to make the National Holocaust Museum a place where the truths that must never be forgotten can be passed down to future generations. In the Netherlands, a place of this kind is still sorely needed.
BUILD WITH US
In 2016, the National Holocaust Museum opened its doors as an experimental step toward a permanent organization. It soon became clear how much the Netherlands needs a Holocaust Museum. So starting in 2019, we will build a permanent place for commemorating and looking ahead. We invite you to build with us.
Your donations are most welcome at IBAN account number: NL08ABNA0432031820 in the name of Stichting Hollandsche Schouwburg under reference Donations National Holocaust Museum.
The Hollandsche Schouwburg is a public benefit institution (ANBI). Click here for more information about ANBI.
UNCENSORED AND UNVARNISHED
The National Holocaust Museum will tell the true story of the Holocaust, with ironclad facts, uncensored and unvarnished. With temporary exhibitions and events that connect today's world and today's news to themes from the Holocaust. And with interactive presentations that capture our visitors' attention and overcome indifference. This museum will be the center for education and expertise on the Holocaust in the Dutch museum world, working from the perspective that the Holocaust is part of what made our country what it is today.
FOR TODAY'S SOCIETY
The National Holocaust Museum aims to confront people with the consequences of indifference, discrimination, and exclusion, then and now. And this museum wants to invite people to learn more and to share their knowledge with us. Information about this dark chapter in history is of inestimable value. It forms a powerful tool for recognizing threats to our society and perhaps even averting them. That is how this museum can contribute to a society where everyone's rights are safeguarded.
Read more in the brochure 'Building the National Holocaust Museum'