Living Room Legacies: Volunteer to be a host!

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March 31, 2022

On April 28th, 2022, UJA Genesis, UJA’s Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, UJA’s Israel Engagement, and March of the Living Canada present Living Room Legacies.  This event, in honour of Yom HaShoah*, offers an innovative, intimate way to learn from the legacies of Holocaust survivors through recorded testimonies, and dialogue about contemporary manifestations of antisemitism. 

Where: In your own home!
When: Thursday, April 28, 2022
Time: 7:30 PM EDT
 
VOLUNTEER TO BE A HOST! Hosts will facilitate an evening of Holocaust education with their own family and friends. Please note: hosts must be at least 16 years or older. 

What you need:
A space to host (the average host will have a minimum of 2 – 6 people)
Availability to participate in one virtual (online) facilitation training session
Ability to connect to ZOOM
 
Here’s what to do next:

// Today: Sign up to be a host!

// Next Steps: Once registered, we will provide you with an e-mail template and registration link to send to your invitees. You’re now ready to start inviting your guests!

// April 20: Attend the virtual training session to be fully prepared to host.

// April 28: Living Room Legacies program begins at 7:30 PM EDT.

 
We hope you join us in making this meaningful event a reality. For more information, please contact Noah Gano at ngano@ujafed.org. There is no cost to articipate in this program.
 
*Yom HaShoah V’Hagvurah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) was designated in 1959 by the State of Israel. It falls on the 27th day of the Jewish month of Nissan, a date chosen to coincide with the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Yom HaShoah is observed by Jewish communities around the world as a way to commemorate the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, who were brutally murdered under National Socialist rule.

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