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For the first time in our 33 year history, we will inhabit an independent and dedicated space all our own! Located at 826-832 Hazelwood Avenue in the East End of Pittsburgh, this new location offers more access and engagement opportunities than ever before. We have been working with Springboard Design ( led by principal architect Paul Rosenblatt, AIA. The relocation will begin in January, focusing first on establishing the office and administrative space in the lower level of the building. A grand opening to the public is expected in late spring. Read more

Read some of the local news coverage:

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Save the Date!

Put Thursday, January 15th on your calendar as we’re hosting a very special sneak peek at our new home! This exciting event is tentatively scheduled to take place between 6-8PM at 826 Hazelwood Avenue. We’re putting the finishing touches on our plans and will have more information to share soon.

Use the link below to make a donation in support of our move!


We must maintain the momentum behind our work in your community.  Please consider a gift to this year’s Annual Friends Campaign through our secure online donation page so that we can respond to every request for help teaching the powerful lessons of the Holocaust.



January 15th The Holocaust Center hosts a Sneak Preview of their new space! More details to come! This is also the last day that we are accepting submissions for the Waldman International Arts and Writing Competition!

January 22nd VIP and Community Program Discussion with Gene Policinski, keynote speaker at the CLE.

January 23rd Continuing Legal Education : Censorship and Propaganda.  Featured speakers: Wayne Wise Cartoonist, and Gene Policinski Newseum Chief Operating Officer. Rodef Shalom Congregation 4905 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh 8:30am-12:30pm.  This event is made possible by the generous underwriting of Dr. and Mrs. Steve and Linda Smiga


Contact us at 412-421-1500 for more information about these events!