Please Support US
The Virginia Holocaust Museum is supported 100% by contributions.
Your generous support helps us safeguard our precious artifacts, preserve Survivor stories and support our educational outreach - all while keeping the museum free to the public.
Please make a general donation today by clicking the blue Make A Donation button below.
Other Ways To Give
Become A Member
Memberships fuel our work. When you become a member, you receive discounts in the Patricia R. Sporn Museum Shop, invitations to members-only events. You also help insure the continuation of our traveling and visiting exhibits, educational programs and resources, and speakers.
Sponsor a TEI Teacher
Help us teach the lessons learned from the Holocaust to students across Virginia and beyond. Please help us improve our teachers’ ability to connect with their students on this vital subject. Learn how to make a charitable gift to the Alexander Lebenstein Teacher Education Institute today!
Make a Tribute Gift
A meaningful way to celebrate friends or honor loved ones is by making a tribute gift. Whether it’s to celebrate an anniversary, congratulate a friend, or honor a family member who’s passed, a personalized gift is a significant way to remember and connect. Make a tribute gift today and we will send a card to your loved one.
Donate an Artifact
Materials which are donated to the Museum are carefully cataloged and preserved, in order to help demonstrate how genocide affects all aspects of everyday life and the societies where it occurred.
Since 1999, over 4.3 million pennies have been donated by schools, classes, and clubs from across Virginia. The Penny Campaign was begun by Rachel Rosenbaum as a pedagogical strategy to help quantify the more than 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Learn more about how your school or organization can participate, email Matt Simpson, Director of Guest Services for more information
Exhibit Renovation Campaign
The Virginia Holocaust Museum is currently undergoing a multi-year renovation of our core exhibits. This process will update, modernize and expand the main exhibits, while focusing on threading the voices of Virginia’s Survivors into the narrative. These renovations will support our mission to educate and inspire future generations of Virginians to fight prejudice and indifference.
To inquire more information about this campaign, click here.