Beit Theresienstadt

Beit Theresienstadt was established in memory of the Jewish Martyrs of Ghetto Theresienstadt. The building was erected in 1975 as a cultural facility including a museum, art exhibition hall, library, educational center, and archives holding an index of the 162,000 Jews from the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark and other European countries, who were imprisoned in the Ghetto. The major objective is to preserve and document the history of the survivors and above all to teach and deliver the message of the unique story of Ghetto Theresienstadt through using educational and cultural activities at Beit Theresienstadt, seminars, publication of books, art catalogues, and the development of educational curricula. It also houses a unique collection of artwork created in the Ghetto.

Address Kibbutz Givat Chaim Ihud
City Emek Hefer
Zip Code 38935
Country Israel
Phone 972-6-636-9515
ID Number 58-0002780

If you wish to make a contribution to Beit Theresienstadt please send us a check payable to "PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc." and note in the memo portion of the check, or include in a separate note, your recommendation that we should make a contribution to Beit Theresienstadt. Please include the ID Number (58-0002780) for the charity as well. Please do not include any other words (such as the name of the charity) on the payee line of your check or else our bank will not accept it and we will have to return the check.

Please be sure to provide your name and mailing address so that we can acknowledge your contribution. The minimum contribution accepted is $25. Mail your check and recommendation to:

PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.
630 Third Ave, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10017