The MSHE grant is meant for educators to teach their students, in an age appropriate way, about the Holocaust. The goal of Holocaust education is for students to learn the history and how lessons of the past can lead to kindness, respect and inclusion in our society. 

Are you a teacher?

Are you looking for funds to bring materials and programs into your classroom?

If so, apply now for a MSHE Grant!

Not sure how to use the money once you get it?  

See below for examples

And don't forget to visit our resources page to see more ideas  

Stacked Books

Educational Materials


  • Books for the classroom

  • Learning through Art & Photography

  • Creation of Genocide Resource Center

Parked School Buses





  • Survivor Speaker for Assemblies

  • Virtual Survivor Visits into the classroom

  • Author Visit


Exhibits/Special Events

  • Traveling Museum Exhibits

  • Film Screenings

If you would like to learn more about programs that are available to you join us during our

Teacher Resources Webinar Series this fall. 

Click below to register


September 22, 2021 @ 5:00pm EST - Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
October 20, 2021 @ 5:00pm EST - Simon Wiesenthal Center, Combat Hate
November 17, 2021 @ 5:00pm EST - Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center

Who is eligible?

4-12th grade Educators

Universities and Colleges

School clubs and organizations

See the impact education has made!

2021/2022 School year grant applications available now

Are you a school in NYC?  Apply for our special grant specifically for NYC schools!

Applications Submission Deadline for all other teachers/schools in the United States is now closed. Deadline was October 8, 2021  If you are interested in learning about more opportunities or when the next Grant Cycle opens please email us with your contact information.  Thank you!

Thank you to all the teachers, schools and organizations for your continued dedication to teaching the lessons of the Holocaust.