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To learn.

OUR MISSION

 To Inspire and Educate.

inSIGHT’s simple, profound mission: to inspire and educate,
encouraging kindness, acceptance and respect for all,
using lessons learned from the Holocaust and other genocides,
to recognize and oppose antisemitism,
hatred and bigotry.

FUNDING Holocaust Education
in South Florida.

Teaches students to be “Upstanders not Bystanders” by examining the consequences of when
"good people do nothing."

Established in 2010 to help fund Holocaust education mandated by Florida Statute. In 2020, the study of   antisemitism was added to the instruction.

Provides for teacher training through organizations such as the Jewish Foundation

for the Righteous, Centropa and the United States Holocaust Museum, enabling a purposeful curriculum.

Proudly has funded over $1.3M

in grants and programming to Palm Beach County schools since its inception.

inSIGHT is a nonsectarian,

nonprofit 501(c)(3),

volunteer-run

organization.

OUR WHY : 

The Urgent Need For Education

and Awareness Programming in our Schools

By cultivating a generation that stands firmly against prejudice, we shape a world where understanding triumphs over ignorance -- and acceptance prevails over bigotry.

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FLORIDA

4TH WORST

STATE IN US

ANTISEMETIC INCIDENTS

400+

INSTANCES

Hate Propaganda**

JANUARY 2020 - AUGUST 2022

* ADL Audit of Antisemitic instances 2022  | ** ADL Hate in the Sunshine State 2022

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49% INCREASE

Antisemetic incidents in

Non-Jewish Schools*

71% INCREASE

Extremist Incidents**

EVENTS

Discover the inSIGHT Event Showcase, your entryway to engaging initiatives for the community.

The inSIGHT
I•SERIES assembles esteemed speakers for captivating discussions.
inSIGHT Connections forges alliances with local partners, nurturing dialogue and fostering unity.

Join us as we promote community education, enlightenment and solidarity.

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Thank You To Those Who Have Helped Us Make A Difference

“I don’t like that man. I must get to know him.”

 Abraham Lincoln

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