Support our work
We are a northern based registered charity dedicated to preserving the memory of our Holocaust survivor members, providing them with support and friendship and educating today's and future generations about the dangers of persecution in all its shapes and forms. We exist thanks to the goodwill and generosity of our members, donors and funders. We are always delighted to receive offers of support, whether practical or financial. Any support we receive is used directly to support our education programme or to benefit our members.
There are many ways you can help us in our work. We are also interested in hearing from like-minded organisations who wish to work with us.
Become a member. Membership of the Association is open to anyone with a personal connection or educational interest in the Holocaust. We currently have around 70 members, all of whom are either Holocaust survivors, relatives of survivors or individuals who have an interest in Holocaust education, including concentration camp and ghetto survivors, former slave labourers, Kindertransport and hidden children, pre-war refugees and second generation children of survivors. Please download our membership form (pdf) and return with your payment to the address given.
Become a volunteer. We have a small team of dedicated and much-appreciated volunteers who handle the administration of our speaker programme and provide pastoral support and friendship to members. The time involved is up to you: we value all offers of help. Contact us if you'd like to know more.
Book a speaker. Our volunteer speakers are passionate about raising awareness of the Holocaust and spreading their message of hope and tolerance. In return we ask for a discretionary donation to support our work. Why not book a speaker for your group? You can download a speaker request form from the Speaker Programme page.
Work with us. We are always keen to hear from like minded organisations whose aims and values are in tune with ours. In the past we've worked with a diverse range of organisations including Kirklees Community History, the Refugee Council, universities, colleges and schools, and the British Library to name just a few. If you think we could work together and are interested in exploring joint projects or funding applications, please get in touch. We'd be delighted to talk to you.