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Growing Beauty from Ashes

“To console those who mourn in Zion,

To give them beauty for ashes,

The oil of joy for mourning.

The Garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness;

That they may be called trees of righteousness.

The planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified.”

                                                                      Isaiah 61:3

“This is an opportunity for the next generation to remember and keep vigilant.”



Purpose:The purpose of the Holocaust Garden of Hope at King’s Harbor in Kingwood, Texas, is to
illustrate for children the experiences of children during the Holocaust at the Jasenovac Camp and other
European locations using painting, sculpture, music, and physical structures in a way that honors those
who survived, serves as memorial to the victims, educates the public, and compels visitors to say,
“Never again!” in their own communities.

This one-of- a-kind children’s memorial garden will feature eight pocket exhibits, each focusing on a
specific aspect of the Holocaust. Art will be combined with other creative educational tools designed to
help children learn about what happened in a safe, family-friendly setting that encourages children and
parents to stand up for what is right. This beautiful series of art exhibits and plantings will be enhanced
with personal stories and timelines to stimulate contemplation and discussion. More specific curricular
materials for various grade levels will be made available on the website for classroom or personal

Location: King’s Harbor in Kingwood, Texas, along the waterfront
Grand Opening:   Date to be determined

How you can participate

Partner financially: The Holocaust Garden of Hope is actively seeking corporate endowments to meet the long-term needs of this project. We also welcome businesses and families ready to partner with the HGOH by underwriting an entire exhibit. Funds are also needed for art panels, educational displays, commemorative sculptures, memorial garden landscaping, benches, pathways , lighting, administration, promotion and insurance. Please donate in honor of loved ones who suffered or perished in the Holocaust, or in honor of a family member or friend. Donations of any size are tax-deductible under the Holocaust Remembrance Association, a 501(c)3 organization (#83-3600582).


Inscribed Brick  — $500;  Founders’ Paver — $1,800  Commemorative Planting — $2,500 

Exhibit Stone   — $5,000    Personalized Bench — $10,000

Have your organization, foundation or company sponsor one entire “pocket” exhibit area (educational materials, art panels, benches, plantings, pathway, lighting,) — $123,000

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If you are donating for a specific item, such as an engraved brick or a personalized bench, please e-mail the desired text to admin@hra18.org.

Get involved: Invest your talents in research, planning, or publicity for this historical, educational project that highlights the experiences of children during the Holocaust. Bring hope to Holocaust survivors and their descendants by standing with them to say, “Never again will we allow such a thing to happen on our watch!”

Contact:  E-mail Admin@HRA18.org for more information on how you can be of assistance.
The Holocaust Garden of Remembrance,  EIN # is  (83-3600582) which is a 501 (c)(3) organization