El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center
The mission of El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center is to teach the history of the Holocaust in order to combat prejudice and intolerance through education, community outreach, and cultural activities.

Causes: Arts and Culture, Education, Social Justice

El Paso Holocaust Museum & Study Center is a free admission museum that welcomes nearly 29,000 visitors each year, the majority of whom are students on docent-led tours.

Defenders of Justice Campaign

EPHM’s new Defenders of Justice Campaign utilizes powerful symbols from Holocaust history to educate our community about the dangers of hate, intolerance and antisemitism. This new campaign also communicates a message of hope and unity that can be achieved through knowledge, cultural awareness and greater understanding. Please consider joining us with your contribution, and Become A Defender of Justice Today!

Your Donation Makes A Difference

With your generous support, EPHM brings to fruition impactful Holocaust education programs, including traveling exhibits, special community events, as well as resources and activities for students and teachers throughout our borderland region.

Celebrating 36 Years in El Paso

EPHM was founded by Holocaust survivor Henry Kellen in 1984. To learn more about the history of our museum and its mission, please view the local media feature below.

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Our Goal $35,000
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