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Holocaust Center for Humanity Hosts 18th Annual Giving Event “Voices for Humanity”

SEATTLE, WA (10/25/22) – This November the 8th, the Holocaust Center for Humanity is hosting their 18th annual fundraising event, this year entitled “Voices for Humanity: Building Bridges.” All are welcome to join either in person at the Sheraton Seattle or online.


This year, the Center is thrilled to honor Judy and Joe Schocken. Both Judy and Joe are children of Holocaust survivors, with stories that are both painful and inspiring. Their unique family histories shaped who Judy and Joe are today—successful entrepreneurs, generous philanthropists, passionate supporters of Israel and the Jewish community, and politically-engaged. Joe, founder of Broadmark, a publicly traded realty capital company, has also initiated pieces of legislation eventually passed under both the Biden and Trump administrations.


“During our annual Voices for Humanity Campaign, we have the honor of recognizing people and organizations who have stood with us against antisemitism, racism, and hate. This year, we are thrilled to honor Judy and Joe Schocken,” states Dee Simon, Baral Family CEO of the Holocaust Center for Humanity. “The Schockens are incredible champions for Holocaust education and pillars of our community."


For those unable to attend, the Holocaust Center has a dedicated section of their website for those who wish to register for the event or simply donate, please visit: holocaustcenterseattle.org/VFH.


About the Holocaust Center for Humanity

Since 1989, the Holocaust Center for Humanity has taught the history of the Holocaust so that our local survivors, their families, and millions of other victims will not be forgotten, and their stories would inspire positive action. Through education, events, field trips, museum visits, and community programs, the Holocaust Center for Humanity remains dedicated to its responsibility to fight hate by educating students, teachers, and the general public about the dangers of intolerance and the difference each one of us can make.

The Holocaust Center for Humanity is located in downtown Seattle. Museum hours run every Sunday from 10am – 4pm. Learn more and reserve tickets at HolocaustCenterSeattle.org.

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