Third generation group incorporates as nonprofit



Jews wearing Star of David badges, Lodz Ghetto, Poland, World War II, 1940-1944. The Nazis forced Jews into over-crowded ghettos from which thousands were deported to the death camps. Photo by Jewish Chronicle/Heritage Images/Getty Images via JTA.

3GDC, a Washington-area organization representing grandchildren of Holocaust survivors, announced on Nov. 20 that it has formally incorporated as a nonprofit.

The group works to provide the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors around Washington with opportunities to engage one another. Previous 3GDC programs include book talks, workshops, panel discussions, social events and Holocaust Remembrance Day memorial activities.

The incorperation saw the adoption of bylaws creating a formal, six-member board of directors. The board’s officers include 3GDC co-founder Elana Rosenfield as president, former leadership chair Courtney Tisch as vice president, Brant Levine as treasurer and A.J. Siegel as secretary. Toby Bulloff and Adam Weissmann were elected as non-officer members. Each officer will serve until 2022.

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