You are cordially invited to another cycle of our Café Sessions "I am Jewish and I prosper ". The session will host the Minister of Culture, Daniel Herman, and the director of Vaclav Havel library, Michael Žantovský. The moderator of this session will be Irena Kalhousová. The event will take place on December 18, 2017 from 6:30pm in Café Jedna in “Veletržní Palace” in Prague. Looking forward to your visit!
We would like to invite you on December 13, 2017 to a traditional benefit concert. This year, two parallel events will take place – a benefit concert and Chanukah festival.
On Monday, 27 November 2017, the FHV board of directors approved the projects participating in the 17th Call for Proposals for 2018. Within the Care Programme we distributed CZK4 million, within the Remembrance Programme CZK3 million, in Restoration Programme CZK13 million and in the Future Programme and the sub programme Our Future CZK1.5 million. Congratulations to all successful applicants!
We wish you a good and sweet 5778!
Our Annual Report for 2016 can be downloaded from the link bellow. This year´s edition is accompanied by portraits of Shoa survivors photographed by Jindrich Buxbaum.
On April 24, 2017 the Terezin Initiative Institute in collaboration with local partners and the Foundation for Holocaust Victims organize public reading of the names of Holocaust victims in 13 towns around the Czech Republic.
Dear donors, we would like to direct your attention to the change in our public collection bank account number, i.e. the public collection to support the care for Holocaust survivors. The new account number is: 2113642498/2700. Thank you for your donations.
Terezin Initiative Institute would like to cordially invite you to an exhibition called“A Scholar at the time of War“ which presents work of 15 teams of young people from Czech schools.
Manifestations of today's commemorative meeting to mark the Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Day of Prevention of Inhumane Crimes can be found here.
On January 27, 2017 on the occassion of Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Day of Prevention of Inhumane Crimes, our Foundation (the FHV), in association with the Federation of Jewish Communities in