The Anne Frank Exhibit is an important program that offers great benefit to the individual, to families and to communities in crises, whether relating to a situation of poverty, war or terror.
The educational tools inherent in the exhibit encourage the rehabilitation of the disadvantaged. Youth in particular can identify with Anne Frank’s many struggles including that of becoming a teenager, developing ones own identity and ambitions, while discovering the importance of ideals, values, tolerance, and mutual respect. The many valuable quotes from Anne Frank’s diary inspire youth as they work to develop their future. For the less fortunate in our society we also organize and support cultural events, commemorations, and other inclusive community activities.