HHREC Annual Benefit Event
October 26 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm$500
HHREC to Honor Second Generation Holocaust Survivors at Annual Benefit
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE White Plains, New York The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC) will hold their annual Benefit Safeguarding our Shared History on Thursday evening, October 26th starting at 6:30pm at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York. This year HHREC will honor second generation Holocaust Survivors Sam Rosmarin and Kathy Zaltas, who will be presented with the Eugene M. & Emily Grant Spirit of Humanity Awards.
The program will also feature a live theatrical performance of the award-winning Letters from Anne and Martin, a unique production that combines the iconic voices of Anne Frank and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Kathy Grosz-Zaltas is a daughter of Holocaust survivors and serves on the HHREC Advisory Board. She is also an active member of the Center’s GenerationsForward group of 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation descendants who are committed to keeping their family’s Holocaust story relevant. Kathy is the owner and president of Zaltas Gallery of Fine Jewelry located in Mamaroneck, NY.
Sam Rosmarin is the son of two Holocaust Survivors, and is a member of the HHREC GenerationsForward group and co-host of the HHREC Memory Keepers Story Hour.
Sam has enjoyed a stellar multi-decade career as a catastrophic personal injury litigator who currently devotes himself to the art and science of mediation and arbitration
To register for this event or for more information including sponsorship opportunities visit hhrecny.org email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914.696.0738.
About The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center
The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center(HHREC) is a not-for-profit organization based in White Plains, New York that serves Westchester, Fairfield and neighboring counties. Their Mission is to enhance the teaching and learning of the lessons of the Holocaust and the right of all people to be treated with dignity and respect. We encourage students to speak up and act against all forms of bigotry and prejudice. Their work with students and teachers helps schools fulfill the New York State mandate that the Holocaust and other human rights abuses be included in their curriculum. Since 1994, they have brought the lessons of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights crimes to more than 1,500 teachers, and through them to thousands of middle and high school students. Through their volunteer Educators Program Committee, the Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center gives teachers the unique opportunity to develop programs for themselves and others. These programs not only enrich teachers’ knowledge about the Holocaust and related issues, but they also provide the lens through which to view all other human rights violations. For more information visit HHRECNY.org,, call 914.696.0738 email email@example.com