Columbia Holocaust Education Commission

Grant program

The Columbia Holocaust Education Commission fosters Holocaust education throughout South Carolina with grant opportunities for South Carolina educators, including teachers, administrators, district or state offices, and college professors. Information on grant opportunities and application procedures are provided online. .

  • Members of the Columbia community actively discussed the need to have a Holocaust monument in Columbia for 16 years. An official Columbia Holocaust Memorial Committee was established in 2000, and partnerships were formed with the City of Columbia, Fort Jackson, and the University of South Carolina. The Columbia Holocaust Memorial Monument was unveiled and dedicated on June 6, 2001, the 57th anniversary of D-Day. The Monument memorializes South Carolina Holocaust survivors, liberators, and those who perished.

  • grant reports

    The Columbia Holocaust Education Commission fosters Holocaust education throughout South Carolina with grant opportunities for South Carolina educators, including teachers, administrators, district or state offices, and college professors.

    The reports are presented inAdobe Acrobat format and may be downloaded. Please click on the desired report below.
  • Swansea High School
  • Pucks Theatre
About Us


grant recipients

Our grant program offers funding up to $2500.


For a listing of previous grant receipients please contact us.

 

APPLICATIONS


This form explains the guidelines for applying to receive a grant from the Columbia Holocaust Education Commision.





Download the Proposal Guidlines
[click here]



The Proposal Cover sheet is available for download and MUST accompany all grant requests.

 

 

 

Download the Proposal Cover Sheet
[click here]




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