The Holocaust Exhibition & Learning Centre is now closed to visitors until further notice.
We have taken this decision in response to advice from Public Health England. All on-site education workshops and public events are now postponed.
Staff will continue to work remotely and our survivor stories and other resources are accessible via our website. Please keep in touch with us via our social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and look out for updates to our online content in the near future.
Our first priority is to safeguard the health and wellbeing of visitors, staff, volunteers, and our survivor community. We hope you are all safe and well in these challenging times. HSFA will continue its work in the community to support our elderly survivor membership and we continue to co-ordinate this work with local and national agencies.
The disruption caused by the virus will have a major impact on our small charity which relies on donations and earned income. Please consider supporting us with a donation to enable us to continue our valuable work, which includes support for our elderly and vulnerable survivor community.
We look forward to seeing you again in future and we thank you for your support.