Your generous support today of the Holocaust Center for Humanity will help ensure that students across the Pacific Northwest and local community members have access to quality Holocaust Education.
We can't thank you enough for partnering with us on all the important work we do throughout the year, through our Teaching Trunk program, Field Trips to our Center, the Speakers Bureau, community programs, Law Enforcement and Society police training, Teacher Trang, Educators for Change, Student Leadership Board, and so much more.
Donations to the Holocaust Center for Humanity are tax-deductible and can be made in a number of ways:
Make a gift online today. It's quick, easy, and secure! Or, become a ChangeMaker with a monthly gift of $18 or more! Click here to learn more.
Mail a Check
Checks can be made out to “Holocaust Center for Humanity” or “Holocaust Center” and sent to:
Henry & Sandra Friedman Holocaust Center for Humanity
2045 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Over the Phone
You can call our office to make a gift with a credit card. Call (206) 582-3000.
Many workplaces offer opportunities to donate to the charitable organization of your choice through payroll deduction. If yours does, you can designate the Holocaust Center for Humanity as a beneficiary on your workplace giving form. Many companies also match employee giving. Click here to see if your gift could be matched!
With Your Donor-Advised Fund
Do you organize your charitable giving through a donor-advised fund? Click here to recommend a gift to the Holocaust Center from your DAF. Please contact us if you need any information on our 501(c)3 status to approve the gifts.
Gifts of Stock & Securities
Making a gift of appreciated securities is a great alternative to a cash donation. You will receive a charitable income tax deduction for the full market valueyour securities (if you have held them for more than one year) and you will save the capital gain tax on the appreciation.
Note: Please notify us when you have transferred stock to the Holocaust Center for Humanity so we know who to apply the gift to. Let us know the name of the stock and the number of shares transferred.
A Charitable IRA Rollover allows individuals 70 ½ or older to make direct contributions from their retirement accounts without having to count the transfers as income for federal tax purposes. To make a qualified charitable distribution, your IRA trustee can make a check payable to the Holocaust Center for Humanity.
Please be advised that the Center can not give legal or financial advice. If you have any questions, please consult your financial advisor.
Making your IRA Contribution to the Center:
Holocaust Center for Humanity
2045 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Note: Please notify us directly when you donate from an IRA distribution, including the amount and financial institution name. Some financial institutions send us checks without the donor’s name, and we have been unable to acknowledge receipt of their gift.
Donate your Vehicle
Do you have an unwanted car sitting around the garage? The Holocaust Center for Humanity now gladly accepts donations of automobiles. Proceeds from vehicle donations support the Center’s mission to provide comprehensive Holocaust education across the Pacific Northwest. Make your vehicle donation to the Holocaust Center on our CARS donation page today!
Plan your Legacy
Ensure a lasting future for the Holocaust Center for Humanity by making a simple but transformation gift today. Click here to learn more about planned giving.
Fund A Program & Support Holocaust Education
Passionate about our outreach to classrooms across the Pacific Northwest? You can designate your gift to the following programs when you donate at these levels:
Book by Book: Small Grants $25-500
Provides small grants to teachers in Washington State to purchase books for their students to enhance their Holocaust education.
Provides a set of 35 books, DVD, and teacher guide. Sets are free for teachers to borrow for three weeks at a time.
Underwrites travels expenses and presentation materials. Speakers travel throughout the region, volunteering their time to share their stories with students. Students and teachers always comment that hearing a first-hand account of this time period is a life-changing experience.
Sends one teaching trunk to 9 schools during the school year. Trunks are filled with materials for teachers and students to use. Teachers can borrow trunks for no cost for three weeks at a time. Each year, the Holocaust Center receives an overwhelming of requests for trunks. By adopting a trunk, you make it possible for the trunk to travel to schools throughout the state. You will receive 2 updates throughout the year as to where your trunk has traveled, including comments from the teachers and students who used your trunk. Learn more about the trunk program here.