November 30, 2021
Today is one of our favorite days of the year. It’s Giving Tuesday, when we collectively acknowledge the important work of nonprofit organizations nationwide by making a monetary gift to support their longevity. And we know that your inbox is full of requests, each one as critical as the other. That’s why, today, we at the Maltz Museum are not asking for your donation (although we would be grateful), we are asking for your time and attention.
This Giving Tuesday, we are asking you to help sustain our organization by giving of your most valuable asset: your time. Here are three ways that you can support the Maltz Museum and our mission to stop the hate today!
Become a member! Now through December 31, individual and household memberships are on sale. Buy one for yourself, or as a gift. You can help sustain the longevity of the museum while enjoying exclusive member perks. That’s a win-win for everyone! Individual Memberships $35 (regularly $50) & Household $55 (regularly $75). For questions or to purchase, contact Director of Development, Dayan Gross, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 216.593.0570.
Attend a program! Your time is valuable, and so is adult enrichment and education. Take a time-out from your daily hustle to spend an hour with us at one of the many incredible online programs that enrich and enliven the mind and spirit. Check out our full program list – many programs are free – and sign up for one or more.
Join us for an in-person visit or virtual tour of our special exhibition Stories of Survival. Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory. is a landmark exhibit that showcases more than 60 never-before-seen personal items brought to America by Survivors of the Holocaust and genocide. Exploring the relationship between objects, their meaning to the original owner, and their subsequent significance, the exhibition dramatically pairs each artifact with oversized photographs by renowned documentarian Jim Lommasson that include handwritten reflections by Survivors or their family members. Though the objects and memories start from very different origins, from Germany to Belgium to Armenia to Syria, common threads bind them all together. These are the threads that bind us all. They are the commonality of an immigrant experience, an American experience. Included with regular museum admission. Purchase tickets online or in-person. Open Wednesday through Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
We’re taking a tour of the world and all of its offerings to curate cultural connections aligned with our museum’s mission and values. Join us as we explore exhibits, art, film, literature, lectures and more.
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