2014 Highlights

The Anne Frank Center USA

 
The Anne Frank Center USA  

Partnership for Growth

While our traveling exhibits reach tens of thousands of visitors every year, The Partnership for Growth was established in 2013 to make sure they are as accessible as possible. A joint venture between The Anne Frank House and The Anne Frank Center USA, the program offers subsidized exhibits to schools and smaller organizations to exhibit Anne Frank: A History for Today.

Partnership for Growth had a very successful second year in 2014 with an exhibit tour in South Carolina, receiving very positive reviews from students and teachers throughout the state. It also sponsored highly publicized exhibits in Washington, D.C. at the Russell Senate Building, in conjunction with the sapling dedication on Capitol Hill, and at the Dutch Embassy’s Adopt-A-School classroom at a Washington, D.C. public school. The Center received a third copy of the AFHT exhibit, giving us additional flexibility in working with community theaters throughout the country. The tour served nine sites in 2014: six schools, one JCC, one theater, and the US Capitol.

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