Our mission…

Through its museum and programs, the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre generates knowledge and understanding about the Holocaust and serves as a forum for dialogue about civil society for present and future generations.

Our programs…

The Neuberger reaches 20,000 students annually through school visits to the museum and education programs, and an additional 30,000 members of the general community through its signature program, Holocaust Education Week. Cited by scholars as one of the most comprehensive vehicles for Holocaust education and remembrance in the world, it has been recognized as a “Best Practice” in the field by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA). Year-round programming - such as International Holocaust Remembrance Day – January 27, Raoul Wallenberg Day, and Yom Hashoah - demonstrates the Centre’s commitment to dynamic and meaningful programming across the GTA.

We also feature: Educator Workshops - Preserving Holocaust survivor testimonies - Exhibitions - Cultural Events - School Programs 

Our people ...

Click here to view a list of our dedicated survivor speakers.

Read about our Centre's patrons, Sarah & Chaim Neuberger.

The Centre is led by Chair, Shael Rosenbaum, the Advisory Committee, and by the staff

Shael Rosenbaum

Immediate Past Chair
Marilyn Sinclair

Advisory Committee

Heshy Altbaum 
Howard Driman
Dori Ekstein
Anita Ekstein
Catherine Gitzel
Bill Glied z"l
Joseph Gottdenker
Pinchas Gutter
Joyce Rifkind
Doris Rochman
Rammy Rochman
Jonathan Samuel
Honey Sherman z"l
Leonard Vis
Myra York

Founders & Honorary Members

Max Eisen
Gerda Frieberg
Elly Gotz
Nate Leipciger