Phoenix Holocaust Association
Phoenix Holocaust Association is a partnership of Holocaust survivors, their descendants and the larger community. We honor the memory and legacy of the survivors and victims, promote awareness of the Holocaust, provide education of this and other genocides, and contribute to tikkun olam, repair of the world.
The Phoenix Holocaust Association has facilitated the documenting of the Holocaust experiences of survivors in our community and led our community in remembrance of the Holocaust as as part of a long history of active involvement in both the local and national Holocaust education and remembrance organizations.
The Phoenix Holocaust Association continues our mission today through a number of activities including:
- Facilitating monthly Café Europa gatherings for Holocaust Survivor and other members of the community
- Recognizing important contributions to teaching of the Holocaust and Genocide Awareness through its Shofar Zahor Awards
- Coordinating the annual Yom HaShoah Commemoration
- Sponsoring a variety of educational programs including Genocide Awareness Week’s Focus on the Holocaust Day at Scottsdale Community College
- Providing speakers to the community
The Phoenix Holocaust Association members include Jewish survivors of the Holocaust, 2nd Generation and 3rd Generation descendants, as well as individuals who support the purposes of the Phoenix Holocaust Association.
The Phoenix Holocaust Association, following initial founding meetings beginning in 1982, was incorporated in Phoenix, Arizona in 1985 as a non-profit corporation which is recognized as a tax exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
File Number: 01768410 Phoenix Holocaust Survivors’ Association
For any questions or additional information regarding Phoenix Holocaust Association contact: PhoenixHolocaustAssociation@gmail.com
Sheryl Bronkesh, President
Phoenix Holocaust Association – Survivors, Generations After & Friends
12701 North Scottsdale Road, #122
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Generations After, formerly a program of Phoenix Holocaust Survivors’ Association, was awarded the 2017 Belle Latchman Community Service Award by the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix.
Sheryl Bronkesh, Chair of Generations After and VP of PHSA and Janice Friebaum, member of the PHSA Board of Directors and former chair, GA.
Accepting the award are Sheryl Bronkesh, Janice Friebaum and Monique Mendel.