How would you like to support our mission?
Click here to donate to the Survivor Memory Project.
Though nothing can replace the personal connection created upon meeting a survivor, the Survivor Memory Project is preserving their stories in a unique and realistic way through hologram and voice recognition technology. Visitors will continue to be able to see our local survivors in hi-definition, hear their voices, and understand their harrowing stories. These stories not only provide lessons that are applicable to contemporary challenges, they allow us to connect more deeply with our community and heritage.
To learn more about the Survivor Memory Project, read this article from the Cleveland Jewish News.
Click here to donate to the Annual Fund.
Our Annual Fund provides essential operating support and helps to ensure the Museum remains a resource for generations to come. We rely on philanthropic funding for nearly 75% of our budget, so we can only continue to fulfill our mission with your help.
Click here to donate to the Campaign For Our Future.
Your gift to this initiative will be part of a $10 million endowment. Interest from the endowment is part of the Museum’s general support each year and ensures that the Museum will serve generations to come.
Support a specific program or project:
Click here to donate to the Shul Boys MC Holocaust Remembrance Fund.
Your gift to this donor-advised fund supports Holocaust education and remembrance programming primarily for adult and general audiences.
Click here to donate in support of Education.
Your gift supports educational programs at the Museum and in the community, including adult and family programming, lectures, films, scholarships to schools for field trip admission, transportation and more.
Click here to donate in support of Stop the Hate: Youth Speak Out.
Your gift helps us present our signature program, an annual essay contest and awards ceremony that gives students in grades 6-12 a voice to combat hatred, discrimination and intolerance.
Click here to donate to the Rosalyn Taich Ellerin Fund.
Your contribution in memory of dedicated Museum volunteer Rosalyn Taich Ellerin supports our efforts to bring history to life and people together while sharing and celebrating the Jewish-American experience.
Click here to donate to the Betty Gold Memorial Education Fund.
Your gift supports youth education programs at the Museum in remembrance of longtime Museum educator and Holocaust survivor, Betty Gold.
Click here to donate to the Lenore and Norman Berke Performing Arts Fund.
Your donation supports engaging, educational arts programs that further our efforts to celebrate culture, explore identity and foster and appreciation for the diversity of the human experience.
Click here to donate to The Fernanda and Josef Friedman Holocaust Education Fund.
Your gift to this donor-advised fund provides Holocaust education opportunities primarily for students in middle and high school.
If you are interested in supporting a current or upcoming exhibition please contact Heather Johnson-Banks at 216.593.0583 for more information.
Your gift helps the Maltz Museum present thought-provoking explorations of the human experience such as our upcoming special exhibitions Beyond Chicken Soup: Jews & Medicine in America and Israel Then & Now.
See some of the ways your contribution makes a difference