Phoenix Holocaust Survivors' Association

The Phoenix Holocaust Survivors' Association was founded to facilitate and promote education of the circumstances and events which led to and were part of and followed the persecution, torture, murder and genocide perpetuated by the Nazis and their accomplices referred to as the Holocaust.


Book cover.jpg
Mona Dallas stage.jpg

Beyond the Kindertransport: A Memoir of Music, Love, and Survival

Combining the horror of the Holocaust with the beauty of classical music may seem an impossibility, but concert pianist Mona Golabek has done exactly that with her book and her performance of The Children of Willesden Lane. 

To see photos from the moving performance of
The Children of Willesden Lane, visit www.willesdenlaneaz.com


EDUCATE

Educate yourself and your community about the Holocaust.

REMEMBER

Remember those that survived and those that have perished.

CONNECT

Connect with members of our community, join us and get involved!

UPCOMING EVENTS

New monthly discussion group held at the East Valley JCC starting Sept 13 at 11 am.

 Program fund partially from a grant of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. 

Program fund partially from a grant of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany. 


Generations After (GA) a program of Phoenix Holocaust Survivors' Association was awarded the 2017 Belle Latchman Community Service Award by the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix.

Sheryl+Janice+award.jpg

Sheryl Bronkesh, Chair of Generations After and VP of PHSA and Janice Friebaum, member of the PHSA Board of Directors and former chair, GA. 

 Accepting the award are Sheryl Bronkesh, Janice Friebaum and Monique Mendel.

Accepting the award are Sheryl Bronkesh, Janice Friebaum and Monique Mendel.