The crowdfunding campaign ONEG SZABAT is organized by the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland in cooperation with the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute within the framework of the multi-annual program Oneg Szabat.

Both the Institute and the Association stem from the Central Committee of Jews in Poland, founded in 1944. They share the mission of preserving and promoting the thousand-year heritage of Jews in Polish lands.

The Institute and the Association are based in the historical building at 3/5 Tłomackie Street in Warsaw, which belongs to the Association.

The Association supports the Institute’s program activities by allowing free-of-charge use of the building and collections at 3/5 Tłomackie Street, making financial and in-kind donations to the Institute, and by pursuing common programs, including the flagship program Oneg Szabat dedicated to the Ringelblum Archive. The cooperation between the two institutions is an example of a successful public-private partnership.

Learn about our other projects:

A new internet platform presenting the Institute’s and Association’s most important collections online.

A joint portal of the Institute and the Association providing digital access to library, archival, and art collections in the holdings of both institutions, including the Ringelblum Archive, inscribed on the UNESCO List of World Heritage.