Thrilled to announce my contribution as a co-author to Giving USA 2023, a critical resource offering comprehensive insights into philanthropy in the United States. This work is the result of the incredible partnership between the Giving USA Foundation, a public service initiative of The Giving Institute, and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. I’ve… Read more »
“The Cattle Car: Stepping In and Out of Darkness,” will make several stops in Greenville beginning March 16 as part of the “Hate Ends Now” traveling exhibit. Created through a partnership between Southern NCSY, an organization dedicated to Holocaust education, and Shadowlight, a nonprofit organization, the free, public exhibit offers visitors the opportunity to step… Read more »
An immersive history lesson in West Ashley. Dozens of people attended the “Hate Ends Now- The Cattle Car” exhibition and opening ceremony Sunday. Including a Holocaust survivor.
The Cattle Car: Stepping In and Out of Darkness, is coming to Charleston March 25-April 1. The Holocaust education exhibit will make a stop at the Wando Mount Pleasant Public
Speaking at the Upcountry History Museum in Greenville on March 17, Rabbi Matthew Marko told the story of a group of people freezing to death in a boxcar taken to Auschwitz. One man, seeing an elderly man shivering, moved to help keep him warm. By sunrise, they were the only two left alive. Their shared warmth had saved them.