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Give now to fight antisemitism and inspire a new generation of upstanders.

Memories of the Holocaust are fading from public awareness, and a fresh wave of Holocaust denial is targeting young minds and exploiting their lack of education. We must take action now to ensure that the stories and firsthand testimonies of survivors are passed on to the next generation and preserved.

In Judaism, it is common to give and receive gifts in multiples of $18 or “Chai”, which in part signifies a good omen for life. The act of giving, gifting or donating $18 or multiples thereof is commonly referred to as “giving chai.” This nomenclature extends to multiples as the number 36 is commonly referred to as “double Chai”. Symbolically, these gestures are representative of giving a gift of “life”.

We envision a hopeful future where antisemitism and other forms of bigotry and persecution are defeated by courageous Upstanders, the ideological descendants of the brave men and women who stood up to save Jewish lives during the Holocaust. With your help, we can educate and inspire a new generation to do what is necessary to oppose evil.

Help us promote healing and reconciliation between the Jewish people and the descendants of those who historically either stood silently by or participated in persecution. Your support will make a tangible impact on the security of the Jewish people as we cultivate allies in the fight against antisemitism.

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Planned Giving allocates its funding to specifically support three main projects. Members commit to provide monthly donor support to ensure these projects have a steady foundation for growth.