As New York’s Holocaust Memorial Museum, the responsibility of the Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust has never been more important.

Every year, at New York’s Annual Gathering of Remembrance, we come together as a community to say: we will never forget. Please join us on April 28 to observe Yom HaShoah, to honor the memory of those who perished at the hands of evil, and to pay tribute to those who survived and have made a better world for us all.

This event takes place at Congregation Emanu-El at Fifth Avenue and East 65th Street.

Registration for this event is required. This event is free. Please register no later than Thursday, April 25.

After registering, please print the ticket on the confirmation page and bring it with you to Temple Emanu-El. Electronic tickets will not be accepted. 

Annual Gathering of Remembrance

New York’s Annual Gathering of Remembrance is the largest Holocaust commemoration event in the country.

New York’s Annual Gathering of Remembrance is presented by the Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, in association with our partner organizations: 3GNY – Descendants of Holocaust Survivors; American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants; American Society for Yad Vashem; Amud Aish Memorial Museum; Auschwitz Jewish Center; Foundation Bnai Zion Foundation; Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York; Consulate General of Israel in New York; Council of Young Jewish Presidents; HaZamir: The International Jewish High School Choir; Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County; JCC Association of North America; Jewish Community Relations Council of New York; Jewish Community Project Downtown; Jewish Federation of Greater Metrowest; JewishGen; Jewish Labor Committee; Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center; Manhattan Chapter of Women Holocaust Survivors; Manhattan Jewish Experience; National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene; The Blue Card; The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany; The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous; The New York Board of Rabbis; Selfhelp Community Services; UJA-Federation of New York; Yahad-In Unum