ADDRESS OF FOUNDERS
“Tolerance, readiness to forgive, understand and help each other are simple self-explanatory fundamental truths of the 21st century. The century, which with the help of its ordeals, helps us to understand the value of every human life and full significant of humanism and tolerance. I do believe love, education and harmony can become the basis for our future. I am happy there exists the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow, Russia, it supports these principles and serves the interests of our shared future — the future without xenophobia, hate or intolerance. I am deeply grateful to the people who give their time, efforts, and means to achieve these goals”.
Kseniya Rappoport, prominent Russian actress
Founders of the endowment fund of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center::
“I would like to thank all those people who care about the future of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center. It is the period of a total absence of authority, wishful thinking and loss of moral values, so any person can take the opportunity to increase the endowment fund of the Museum and in such a way to contribute to the great cause of promoting the idea of tolerance and prevention of xenophobia all over the world”.
Victor Vekselberg, co-founder of the endowment fund, the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center Board of trustees chairman
“I am happy with the results of the fund activities and will continue to exert all efforts to bring the daily work on its growing to a global level.”.
Len Blavatnik, co-founder of the endowment fund, chairman of the board of management of Access Industries.
ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE OF THE ENDOWMENT FUND
Guardian council: Victor Vekselberg (Chairman of The Guardian Council of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center), Alexander Boroda (President of The Federation of Jewish Communities in Russia), Len Blavatnik (Chairman of the Board of Directors, Access Industries).
Chairman of the Foundation Council – Diana Gindin (Chief Executive Officer, Credit Suisse (Moscow)).
Foundation director — Evgeny Belov (Executive Secretary of the Guardian Council of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center).
The endowment fund’s mission is to raise funds for sponsoring activities of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, while informing the public about which projects are being sponsored with funds being raised.
The Endowment holds an annual Gala. The purpose of this event is to raise the international exposure of The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, to promote society’s awareness of the idea of tolerance and to underscore problems with xenophobia and to develop and enhance the facilities and exhibitions of the museum.
Prominent and dedicated businessmen, politicians, public figures, as well as artists of film, music and fine art take part in this special event. In 2014 and 2015 our Gala events raised $6.2 million.
TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE ENDOWMENT FUND
Beneficiary bank - AO Raiffeisenbank
Address - 129090, Moskva, Troitskaya str., d. 17/1
SWIFT - RZBMRUMM
Beneficiary name - Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center Endowment Fund
Beneficiary account number - 40703840500000470205
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas
60 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005, USA
CHIPS Routing No: 0103
Foundation Director — Evgeny L Belov
Phone contact: +7 495 933 02 09 or +7 985 211 24 42
Fax: +7 495 933 01 53
Address: 115184 Russia, Moscow, Malaya Ordynka Street, 40