auschwitz-Birkenau foundation committee

PILLARS OF REMEMBRANCE

donor recognition

Benefactors and philanthropists who donated €1 million to the Endowment Fund of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Foundation - established to secure the preservation of the remains of Auschwitz-Birkenau for future generations and supported by governments of 36 countries - have become true Pillars of Remembrance. 


 

RONALD S. LAUDER

ANDREA GOLDRICH CAYTON & MELINDA GOLDRICH

ELLY KLEINMAN & AMUD AISH MEMORIAL MUSEUM  

 


 

     FRANK LOWY

                        MRS. LILY SAFRA                 AND THE EDMOND J. SAFRA FOUNDATION

FRIENDS OF the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 

 


 

TORONTO JEWISH COMMUNITY

STEVEN SPIELBERG’S RIGHTEOUS PERSONS FOUNDATION

second GENERATION in honor of the victims and survivors of the shoah

 

 

 

Pillars of Remembrance
 

 

 
 
In loving memory of those who perished in the Shoah. May their memory always be a blessing. And in honor of those who survived, who left this terrible place and kept the human spirit alive.
— RONALD S. LAUDER
 
 

 
 
In honor of our beloved father Jona Goldrich and in memory of his father and mother, Alexander Goldreich and Elza Erdman Goldreich, who with his beloved brother, Eiz’o Goldreich, perished in the Holocaust.
— ANDREA GOLDRICH CAYTON & MELINDA GOLDRICH
 
 

 
 
Honoring the Mesiras Nefesh, Bitachon and Emunah of Torah Jews during Churban Europa. In Memory of the Kedoshim who were killed Al Kiddush Hashem in the Holocaust: ‘Do not forget through all the generations, until you will merit witnessing the ultimate consolation’. 
— ELLY KLEINMAN & AMUD AISH MEMORIAL MUSEUM
 
 

 
 
In honour of my father, Hugo Lowy, who in a final act of spiritual resistance, chose to die here rather than relinquish his tallit and tefillin. His act will remain an inspiration for generations to come.
— FRANK LOWY
 
 

 
 
Genocide presents us with an image so appalling that it can be damaging even to look. But we know we must look. We know that repressing memory, willed forgetting, is perhaps the greatest danger we face as a species. If we want to remain fully human we have no choice but to confront and remember the past, to learn, and to act on what we’ve learned.
— STEVEN SPIELBERG’S RIGHTEOUS PERSONS FOUNDATION
 

Dedicated in everlasting memory of our brothers and sisters murdered in the Shoah. May their righteous souls find peace in the Divine Presence, and may their lives inspire us to acts of love and compassion.
— MRS. LILY SAFRA AND THE EDMOND J. SAFRA FOUNDATION

In honor of those who perished in Holocaust and those who survived and contributed so much to our community.
— TORONTO JEWISH COMMUNITY: Joseph Burnett Family Foundation, Judy and George Frankfort, Linda Frum and Howard Sokolowski, Marya and Herman Grad, The Greenberg and York Families, Barbara and Jay Hennick, The Koschitzky Family, The Latner Family Foundation, Miles Nadal and Family, Heather Reisman and Gerry Schwartz, Fran and Ed Sonshine, Judy and Larry Tanenbaum, The Azrieli Foundation

Second Generation in Honor of the victims and survivors of the Shoah.
— ULRIKA AND JOEL CITRON, MARCY GRINGLAS AND JOEL GREENBERG, ANDREW INTRATER, HARRY KRAKOWSKI, JERRY WARTSKI

In honor of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
— FRIENDS OF THE MUSEUM