We are excited to announce that once again, Coronado High School has incorporated into its curriculum to send the full 10th grade class each year to the Holocaust Museum / Museum of Tolerance. We will be sending over 300 students this year alone. We are honored to add this year, local survivor Mike Resmo who will share with the kids his unforgettable experience with an opportunity for them to ask questions. We are extremely grateful to Mike Resmo as he has spoken to thousands of students and will inspire and truly resonate with the kids. Please help us ensure this vital program, which is sure to make a strong impact on all participants. 

Coronado High School, being a public school, does not have funding such programs. We at Chabad Jewish Community Center of Coronado have strongly advocated this trip and are helping underwrite the program. This includes transportation and museum admission, totaling $13,000.00.

The principle of tolerance is relevant now more than ever. As we are so blessed to live in beautiful Coronado, one of its assets is that it is very community-oriented. With hundreds, and soon thousands, of teenagers in Coronado having experienced the Museum of Tolerance, we will have a more tolerant society for us and our children in which to grow up.

Whether you are a parent, grandparent, friend, or caring neighbor, please help us by generously donating below. On behalf of Chabad of Coronado and the Coronado High School student participants, we thank you for taking this as serious as we do.


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