Remember.org -- A Cybrary of the Holocaust -- Founded April 1995. funded by your generous support. Help us keep this vibrant community alive and teaching.
Reaching 4 Million People A Year in Remembrance
Remember.org is on schedule to reach over 4 million teachers, students, and people worldwide this year. This site is part of the curriculum of many institutions, accessed by grade schools, high schools, undergraduate, and graduate programs. It has always been free to everyone and we hope to continue this policy.
This site is dedicated to the memories of the survivors, and to the hope of prevention of all genocide.
At this time we need some financial assistance as we are about to announce a special project with the Auschwitz Museum, a unique project utilizing 360º, moving photos of the main camp at Auschwitz.
Since 1995, the founder of Remember.org has quietly shared his own private funds to keep this site alive. He continues to provide all development, hosting, and costs associated, so all approved contributors may share their stories for free. While this will continue, your help could move this site into new directions and we'd love you to participate. This site is dedicated to the survivors and preserving their stories.
You came here for a reason. We're here to help. Remember.org is one of the most successful educational sites on the Internet reaching millions of people each year.
As you can see, Remember.org is about hope. A hope for a better future. A hope to end the hatred and begin growing through knowledge.
We need your help to help them more. Our goal is to keep Remember.org growing, to provide more oral histories, more photos, and hire several student interns to keep this site thriving.
Donations and inquiries can be sent to:
ABE (Alliance for a Better Earth)
None of us are paid, except in the continual thanks given to us by teachers who want to know how to help. It is our honor to help them do the important work; this site resulted from my master's project in 1995, pinpointing a need for educational materials on the Holocaust for schools strapped for cash and time. We provide this for free, for a reason.
We have helped teachers who lack materials and funding for teaching the Holocaust. It is their efforts which are so important.
Or as CNET noted when picking this site one of the Best on the Web:
"As time passes, memory can fade. The Cybrary of the Holocaust uses art, discussion groups, photos, poems, and a wealth of facts to preserve powerful memories and to educate scholars and newcomers alike about the Holocaust.... The Cybrary is stunningly effective in its service to memory." (2/26/97)
We need your assistance to keep this going.
Contact Joey Korn by email, jwkorn/at/remember.org, if you would like to learn more about how you can keep the stories alive.
After all, it is not about this Web Site, it is about people. People who want the events to be remembered as they happened. It is our honor to do a small part in keeping the stories alive.
Michael Declan Dunn
P.S. Thank you for your continuing support.