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Grants from charitable trusts and foundations are essential to the Jewish Museum London.
The Jewish Museum receives support from trusts and foundations around the world. Here are some examples of support we have received in the past:
A grant from The Sigrid Rausing Trust has enabled us to update and make available for touring an exhibition exploring the experiences faced by the 10,000 children who fled Nazi Europe on the kindertransport and the reception they faced in Britain. The exhibition, entitled the Last Goodbye, explores issues of prejudice, racism and indifference faced by these children.
A generous grant from the Edmond J Safra Philanthropic Foundation, helped us to house one of the most important archaeological finds relating to Anglo-Jewry – a medieval mikveh (ritual bath). This unique historical item, excavated in 2001 by a team of Museum of London archaeologists in Milk Street in the City of London, has pride of place on the ground floor of the Jewish Museum.
If you are involved with a trust or foundation and think that the Museum might have a project your organisation would be interested in supporting, please contact Alisa Avigdor, Head of Fundraising on +44 (0)20 7284 7366 or at firstname.lastname@example.org