The Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center’s new website is now up and running.
2017 has been a big year for SBHEC: a new space, an exciting fundraising event and the creation of a holocaust and genocide curriculum in conjunction with the Rhode Island Department of Education are a few of the highlights. Now, a new website will help communicate its mission to the public.
After extensive content development SBHEC’s new website went live on Sept. 1. The new website is visually striking, easy to navigate and has significantly more information than the old site. The site is designed to be a multi-faceted resource for teachers, students and anyone who has an interest in keeping the lessons of the Holocaust alive. You can even support the center’s mission directly through the site. SBHEC invites you to visit and learn more about what they do for the community at www.bornsteinholocaustcenter.org.
The new site also allows SBHEC to be a central resource to learn about Holocaust-related events happening in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. SBHEC invites you to send event information to email@example.com so it can help you promote your event throughout the community.
Lev Poplow is a communications and development consultant writing for the Bornstein Holocaust Center. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.