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How to Participate in the Holocaust Stamps Project

The Holocaust Stamps Project is a community service learning (CSL) initiative, teaching history and tolerance one postage stamp at a time. The new school year 2015-2016 marks the beginning of the 7th year that the FRCS school community has been working towards collecting 11 million postage stamps.  Every stamp that the students touch brings them one step closer to understanding the immediate impact and long term effects of the intolerance and incomprehensible evil acts of the Third Reich during World War II. It would be a wonderful mitzvah project to work on the Holocaust Stamps Project which began in 2009 […]


Holocaust Stamps Project

Holocaust Stamps Project The Holocaust Stamps Project, Foxborough Regional Charter School, 131 Central Street, Foxboro, MA 02035 Contact:  jdroste@foxboroughrcs.org The Holocaust Stamps Project which began in 2009 and has, as its goal, the teaching Holocaust history and the vital importance of tolerance for differences. 2015-2016 marks the start of the seventh year of this powerful project. One Postage Stamp – For Each Victim of the Holocaust As of November 2, 2015 6,409,283 stamps! (58% of goal)  with the ambitious goal of collecting 11 million stamps, one to honor the memory of every man, woman, and child who was a victim […]