Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t
enough to believe in it.. One must work at it.”
We Need Your Help!
Whether in the physical bricks and mortar of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial or the education programming of the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, fostering value and respect for human dignity and diversity through education and community outreach is what we do. The mark that the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights is making throughout the state is motivated by the conviction that every member of the human family is worthy of fundamental human rights. “Respect for human dignity and diversity” is more than a value proposition. It is the mark we make that presents our community and state as a welcoming place to live; it is the mark of how and where to conduct business; it is the mark we secure for the next generation.
Make your mark by joining the Center …
As a Volunteer
Share your time and talents with the Center and join a Small Volunteer Team. Designed to support Center operations, designated teams assist in Center Events, Marketing and Communications, Program and Product Development, or Facilities. For more information, send us an email by clicking the button below.
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As a Donor
100% dependent on individual, grant and foundation support, the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights is a not-for-profit 501 (c)3, tax identification #82-0490848. The Center is the education arm of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, a public museum, under Idaho Tax Code 63-3029A.
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As a Docent
Providing tours of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial to over 10,000 K-12 students and university undergraduates annually, “docent” comes from the Latin word “docere” meaning “to teach.” The docent tours are a crucial program of the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights; each docent is an important member of human rights and justice education in the State of Idaho. Monthly orientation sessions and docent training are scheduled to prepare docents for leading tours. For more information, send us an email by clicking the button below.
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As a Board Member
Leaders of the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights are city officials, state employees, educators, business leaders, artists, activists, students, religious leaders, homemakers, and professionals who are dedicated to carrying a message of hope and humanity into Idaho’s future. The Center is governed by a 15-member volunteer Board of Directors and guided by a 30-member volunteer Advisory Board. For more information on leadership opportunities, contact Dr. Dan Prinzing at email@example.com