- What does 3G stand for?
- How does the organization run?
- Is Boston3G funded?
- How can I make a donation?
- How does one become a member of the organization? Are there dues?
- Is the group only for grandchildren of Holocaust survivors? What age-range is the group?
- Are members mostly secular, or religious?
- What kind of events does Boston3G hold?
- How do I get involved?
3G stands for the third generation. We are the grandchildren of the survivors of the Holocaust. The term was derived from “2G,” a term children of survivors have used to describe their generation.
Boston 3G is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are run by a Board of Directors of volunteers who dedicate large amounts of time, energy and resources to ensure that the organization runs efficiently
Boston 3G relys on grants from community organizations and donations from our members and supporters alike to operate.
Donations are essential to our continued programming. Donations can be made through our website and checks can be sent to our PO Box.
Those who are interested in Boston 3G can subscribe to receive our email updates. They are then considered members of our organization. Through our listserve, we notify our members of upcoming Boston 3G events as well as Greater Boston Holocaust events. There are currently no membership dues; however, some events may require a nominal fee and donations are appreciated!
Anyone who is interested in becoming a member of Boston 3G is welcome! You don’t have to be a grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, simply a desire to help us ensure the world never forgets. Typical age range is 20-30’s but all are welcome!
Boston 3G members are of different religious backgrounds.
Boston 3G organizes diverse programming, including museum tours, film screenings, discussion groups, Shabbat dinners, cultural events, intergenerational events, field trips and social events.
We encouarge all levels of involvment. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your personal queries, from programming suggestions to family testimonies to activism. They best way to start getting involved is by attending an event. We look forward to meeting you!