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Spring Fundraiser

ABOUT THE EVENING

Before becoming Dr. Ruth, psychosexual therapist and world-renowned sex expert, 10-year old Karola Ruth Siegel was one of thousands of Jewish children separated from their parents and sent on the Kindertransport to escape the Nazis. She made it to safety in Switzerland in January 1939. Sadly, the rest of her family was murdered in the Holocaust.

Join us on Thursday, April 11th at Congregation Shearith Israel as Dr. Ruth shares her inspirational story of survival, determination, and triumph. She will talk about her heartbreaking childhood loss and her current and most important mission: inspiring others and empowering them to stand up against prejudice, hatred, and indifference, so that history does not repeat itself.

SPONSORSHIP AND TICKET INFORMATION

All tickets and sponsorships include complimentary parking, access to the 6 P.M. cocktail reception, and seating for the program. Sponsors enjoy additional enhanced benefits, including premium seating as well as exclusive access to the post-event Sponsor Reception, featuring cocktails, passed hors d’oeuvres, and an opportunity to meet Dr. Ruth.

Sponsorships start at $1,000 for two VIP tickets. Single tickets start at $150 (limited quantity). Tickets and sponsorships go on sale March 4.

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Questions? 469-399-5202 or Events@DallasHolocaustMuseum.org.

PARTY FOR A CAUSE

Bring your friends and support our important work that positively impacts attitudes and changes behavior through education. Together, we inspire UPSTANDERS!

This is a fundraiser event benefiting the Dallas Holocaust Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible less the value of goods and services received. All purchases are non-refundable. Proceeds from this evening will support the Dallas Holocaust Museum’s annual operating budget, including its year-round educational and community outreach initiatives. CLICK HERE to learn more about our educational programs.


DISCLAIMER
Guests must be 18 years or older. Parental discretion is advised.