Out of Despair ... Hope!

The Holocaust Remembrance Foundation of the Valley (HRFV) has been putting on the local March of Remembrance for four years. In this time, the March has grown significantly. HRFV is now in the process of building a local Holocaust Educational Memorial monument to be used as a tool to educate people about and remember the Holocaust.

Sunrise over Masada, Israel

WHO WE ARE

Our Mission

The mission of the Holocaust Remembrance Foundation of the Valley (HRFV) is to shine the light of truth to our communities, eliminate bigotry, and confront anti-Semitism through special events, relationships, and education.

Our Work

The Holocaust Remembrance Foundation of the Valley was created in 2015 to preserve the memory of the Holocaust, especially among new generations. The millions of lives lost, the events we must never repeat, and the lessons we must carry forward are slipping away from our young people! So our work is to help our communities hold onto a vital awareness of the Holocaust.
 
We do this in two ways. First, through the annual March of Remembrance, which has grown significantly over the past four years. And second, through building a local memorial monument for education and remembrance, which we’re in the process of building.

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Gordon Goodwin’s
Big Phat Band
will perform a special concert fundraiser to benefit the
Holocaust Education Memorial