Dr. Gregory L. Fenves is the 29th President of The University of Texas at Austin, where he has prioritized student success, interdisciplinary research, and diversity and inclusion since taking office in 2015. Dr. Fenves has only recently begun speaking about his father’s story as a Holocaust survivor. This family relationship connects him deeply and personally to the Museum’s mission to teach the history of the Holocaust and advance human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. He knows the critical role education plays in history not repeating itself. The Dallas Holocaust Museum is honored to pay tribute to Dr. Gregory L. Fenves as its 2018 Hope for Humanity Honoree. CLICK HERE to read more.
Guests at $18,000 or more enjoy an exclusive VIP cocktail reception with Dr. Gregory L. Fenves before dinner, plus enhanced benefits like a dedicated beverage steward, VIP valet acces, and more!
Tables of 10 are also available at $10,000 or $5,400, a special Gift of Chai for 2018. Complimentary valet and a cocktail reception are included in these sponsorships.
Generations and Young Professionals
Another special Gift of Chai available this year, family members of Holocaust Survivors or Young Professionals (high school to age 35) enjoy special discounted tickets or table purchases for the event.
Single tickets are $550/each and will not be available for sale until August 31, based on availability. To be included on a wait list: 469-399-5202 or Events@DallasHolocaustMuseum.org.
WHAT DOES THE EVENT SUPPORT?
Hope for Humanity is the largest fundraiser for the Dallas Holocaust Museum, providing 1/3 of its total annual operating budget. Revenue from the dinner will directly support the Museum's year-round educational and community outreach initiatives, including the Survivor Speaker Series, Upstander Speaker Series, Law Enforcement Educational Training, and Curriculum Trunks that are loaned to schools throughout Texas and Oklahoma, free of charge. This year, revenue raised above the net goal will support the Museum’s Capital Campaign Endowment for the new Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, scheduled to open Fall 2019! CLICK HERE to learn more!