Voices of Hope is a 501(c)(3) non profit educational organization created by descendants of Holocaust survivors from across Connecticut. Voices of Hope raises social consciousness by connecting people to the inhumanity of the Holocaust and other genocides by providing quality educational and community programming in order to ensure future generations never forget.  We cannot change the past, we can only hope these stories and life lessons will positively affect the future.
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Connecticut Remembers the Holocaust Virtual Exhibit and Classroom Resource

Check out our newest resource, complete with local survivor testimony, curricula for middle and high school, and the rich history of Holocaust remembrance in Connecticut! Watch the launch here!


THANK YOU…

to everyone who joined us for our 2021 Yom Hashoah Commemoration. It was a beautiful program and we are so proud to share it with you. Watch it below or on our YouTube channel. You can catch up on all of our virtual programs here!

 


We would also like to thank all of our volunteers for reading names for more than 9 hours on April 8th! Your commitment to remembering each life lost during the Shoah, and your dedication to making this world a better place is what makes our work possible. 
 

**NEW!**

We are gearing up for this year’s Descendants of the Shoah Speak Up Showcase. This may be one of our first in-person events of the year! Please share with anyone who might be interested in participating.

 

 


Our Speaker Series continues…

 

 

Register here!


 

Register here!


More from our winter series to come. Go to our events page for an overview of upcoming programs and events!