The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights is 100% dependent on donations. We need your help to continue the valuable work being done in classrooms and communities throughout the state. Support the Center with cash and/or stock donations, purchase tickets to attend a Center event, sponsor an event table, bid in the silent and live auctions, contribute to the annual fund-a-need – it all adds up in the annual levels of support.
Please join us as a supporter today! While the Center is fortunate to have limited grant funding for some education projects, support for our ongoing programs and operations can only come from your contributions. Thank you for considering us in your charitable giving.
Supporting the work of the
Wassmuth Center for Human Rights
with an annual contribution of $1,000 or more
A.J. & Susie Balukoff, David Cagen, Greg C. Carr, Dorothy Ann Snowball, Nancy B. Taylor, Vern Wing & Maureen O’Keefe-Wing
Ellen & Ken Albus, Kristian Eide, Marilyn Howard, Whit & Paula Jones, Lisa & Doug Keithley, Karen & Glenn Martz, Kari & Bob Sarni, Sarah Woodley, Haim Zaltzman
2019 Anne Frank Legacy
Danny & Sheila Beal, Sandy & Steve Berenter, Hannalee Betz, Bill & Ingrid Brudenell, Thomas Brudenell & Lynn Sibley, Sarah Bruner, Linda Byron, Heidi & Skip Creighton, Paul & Jarie Castelin, Don & Susan Curtis, Leslie & Bill Drake, Bill & Deb Eisinger, Vicy Elkin & Brian Wardle, Andy & Shannon Erstad, Leigh Evans, Sydney & Clark Fidler, Jon & Leslie Fishburn, Marybeth Flachbart, Taylor Fletcher, Lois & Merle Gibbens, Cheryl Gratton, Rod & Julie Gramer, Cassandra Gray & Rebecca Scott, Nick & Yvonne Guho, Pauline & Leo Harf, Mitzi Jensen, Micki Kawakami, Nancy Kobe, David & Loretta Knowles, Lou & MJ Krug, Douglas Leavitt, John Lough & Patti Diener Lough, Jeremy Lotz & Delia Dante, Debra & Gregory McDonald, Pamela McNamara, Ann Merrit & Chris Kellogg, JoAnne Minnick, Don & Cynthia Murray, John & Anne Oglevie, Skip & Esther Oppenheimer, Charlie & Peggy Pegan, Mary & David Peterman, Steve & Pettra Pollack, Marcia & Rich Prasch, Dan & Carol Prinzing, Elizabeth Pursley, Ann & Lars Sandven, Roy & Sue Schiele, Bobbie & Brian Shea, Shenna Smith, Ray & Linda Stark, Duane & Evelyn St. Clair, Bob & Clare Trerise, Terence Ward, Shelli & Brent Wardle, Jim Waters, Connie Weaver
Honor loved ones with a dedicated paver to be displayed in perpetuity at the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial next to the Outdoor Community Classroom. Orders for new pavers are currently being accepted for placement in the Memorial in 2020.
The Center is a 501 (c) (3) publicly supported charity. (Nonprofit TAX ID #82-0490848). The Center acts as the education arm of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial which meets Idaho’s requirements as a nonprofit education institution and public museum under Idaho tax code 63-3029A and Idaho Tax Form 39R, Line E1. Donations to the Center or Memorial are eligible for all normal contribution tax deductions (Federal & State) PLUS an additional 50% Idaho Education (Museum) Tax Credit.
Securities can be gifted to the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights in two ways: either via electronic transfer (in which your broker transfers shares using the Wassmuth Center’s DTC number) or by physically mailing the paper certificates to the Wassmuth Center. Either method is acceptable, but it is necessary for you to contact your broker to initiate the transfer.
If Sending Electronically: Ask your broker to donate through Merrill Lynch (call Merrill Lynch, Lori Harper at 208-338-3170 for more information). Merrill Lynch DTC Number: 5198. ACCT Name: Wassmuth Center for Human Rights (Tax ID# 82-0490848) ACCT Number: 41302179
Contact Information: In order for WCHR to properly credit your contribution, it is best for you or your broker to send a written notice of the transfer to: Debbie Sager, Office Manager Wassmuth Center for Human Rights 777 S. 8th Street, Boise, ID 82702 208-345-0304, Fax 208-433-1221 Email: email@example.com
In-kind donations are critical to our continued success.
In-kind donations may include office equipment, graphic design, printing or other professional services.
Businesses throughout the valley host a variety of unique and exciting events in order to engage their community in the work of the Center and the message of the Memorial. These charity events build enthusiasm and advocacy, foster collaboration, and offer recognition to the members of the community who help to support the Wassmuth Center in fulfilling our mission.