Welcome to the Teaneck Holocaust Commemoration Committee
The Teaneck Holocaust Commemoration Committee, a division of the Jewish
Community Council of Teaneck, was formed to perpetuate the memory of the Holocaust and assure
that the memories of the 6 million Jews who perished will never be forgotten. The Committee also
seeks to provide the greater Teaneck, New Jersey community with quality programming and resources
to increase awareness of the tragedy of the Holocaust.
The Committee presents various educational programs throughout the year,
culminating with the largest Holocaust Commemoration in Bergen County attracting 1,000 people
annually. Additional programming includes inviting Holocaust survivors to speak to students at
Teaneck High School and local middle and charter schools as well as an art or photo exhibit
displayed at the Teaneck Public Library during the month of May.
This year's Holocaust Commemoration Event is on April 16th, 2015 at 7:30 PM at Teaneck High School.
The Special Pre-Event Reception For Survivors & Their Familes Begins at 6 PM.
Click here to read about our upcoming Holocaust Commemoration
Click here to sign our petition to get a Holocaust Memorial built in Teaneck
A Holocaust Memorial for Teaneck
The Teaneck Holocaust Commemoration Committee is in the process of researching the possibilities of building
a Holocaust Memorial in the township. We are looking for community members who share this vision and would
like to become part of this exploratory committee. If you would like to participate in this important project,
please email Steve Fox, Committee Co-Chair at email@example.com.
To see some of the Holocaust Memorials from around the world, click