At the Museum we have nearly 80 Holocaust survivors who serve as volunteers who greet the public, act as tour guides and tell their personal histories. In addition to their outreach work, survivor volunteers spend time in the Museum’s library and archives where they help other survivors and their families locate information about themselves and their loved ones. Their presence is an invaluable asset, and their contributions are vital to the mission of the institution.
Two of our amazing volunteers will be sharing their stories with us this year at Belfer. Their bios are below: