Buenos Aires’ Museo del Holocausto and Fundación Tzedaká have signed an agreement for the gratuitous loan of offices for Tzedaká in the remodeled building of the Museum. Tzedaká’s administrative offices and the Holocaust Survivors Assistance Program will thus be working at Montevideo 919, Buenos Aires. The agreement was signed by the presidents of both organizations, Marcelo Mindlin and Miguel Kiguel, who were accompanied by their teams.
This agreement highlights the enormous gestures that contribute to interweave the fabric of our community. The building at Montevideo 919 will now be a community center, working to provide those most vulnerable the assistance they need, while keeping memory alive.