The worldwide Holocaust memorial project “Unto Every Person There is a Name”, now in its twenty-second consecutive year, is a unique project designed to perpetuate the memory of the Jews murdered in the Holocaust, commemorated as individuals through the public recitation of their names on Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day. To learn more about this project click here.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, names of Holocaust victims are recited in Yad Vashem’s "Hall of Remembrance." The public is invited to participate in this ceremony, reading names of relatives and friends murdered in the Holocaust, or reading names of victims provided to them by Yad Vashem from the "Central Database of Shoah Victims Names".
Those who would like to have the names of their loved ones who perished in the Holocaust read in the Hall of Remembrance on Yom Hashoah – Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Day but cannot come to Yad Vashem to read them are invited to submit the details of those whose names they would like read on the form below. We will ask one of the volunteers who participate in the ceremony to read the names on your behalf.
PLEASE NOTE- THE NAME READING CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE ON April 19th, 2012. ALL NAMES HAVE TO BE SUBMITTED BY April 15th LATEST.