Join our community of ChangeMakers creating positive change for the next generation.
Are you looking to create long-lasting change for our community? Do you want to ensure that students in the Pacific Northwest learn empathy and the difference one person can make through the lessons of the Holocaust? Become a ChangeMaker. Give monthly, starting today!
ChangeMakers are an incredible group of donors investing in the long term sustainability of Holocaust education and a future without hate through a monthly donation of $10 or more.
As a ChangeMaker, your monthly gift works all year long to promote a more empathetic and resilient future, reminding others that even the smallest actions can create real change.
HOW TO BECOME A CHANGEMAKER
To become a ChangeMaker, start a recurring donation today of $10 or more a month. Click the button below and select "Monthly" for your donation frequency.
WHY GIVE MONTHLY?
It is Affordable
Do you want to make a $600 gift each year, but can only do $50 a month? Become a ChangeMaker! Monthly giving allows you to make that dream donation without having to make that gift all at one time. Your gift will create a lasting impact for students throughout the Pacific Northwest.
It Makes a Long-Lasting Change
Monthly donors help the Holocaust Center for Humanity better plan for the future of Holocaust education. As a ChangeMaker, you ensure that we can continue to reach students and teachers throughout the Pacific Northwest with our new guidelines and best practices for Holocaust education, and inspire community members to take action when others are in need.
It is Exciting!
When you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome letter with your own “Change Begins With Me” sticker to display in your house, on your laptop, or anywhere you’d like! Throughout the year we will send you inspiring stories of Upstanders in our community who are fighting for the rights of others and working towards a more positive future for all of us.
You Are Part of a Community
Each month, ChangeMakers invest in long-lasting change to create a more empathetic, resilient, and compassionate community through the lessons of the Holocaust.