You Are Invited ~ 3rd Annual Holocaust Stamps Project Open House ~ Sunday, April 30th

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You Are Invited ~ 3rd Annual Holocaust Stamps Project Open House ~ Sunday, April 30th

You’re Invited to VIEW Our Holocaust Stamps Project COLLAGES!  Join us between 1PM and 3PM here in the Media Center here at Foxborough Regional Charter School for this school wide, open to the public, community event.

Join us for the latest project news & to view the many completed collages.  Special Guest Speaker, Mr. Sam Weinreb will join us and share his compelling story of survival despite having lost his entire family and enduring confinement at Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp.

We would like to thank our donors, volunteers and the community and share with you our progress! The Project has received donations from all over the globe – to date about 81% of the stamps needed to reach our goal have been received! Remarkable progress has been made towards reaching the goal of 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.

Donations gratefully accepted to support the continuing work of Foxborough Regional Charter School, a Foxborough-based school initiative supporting tolerance, diversity and acceptance. Please RSVP via email if you will be joining us for our 3rd Annual HSP Open House. Your response will help us better prepare for your arrival. Feel free to share this information with others you feel may be interested.

A little about the Holocaust Stamps Project…..

A Community Service Learning initiative of FRCS teaching life lessons based on world history:

  • To educate about the dangers of prejudice, discrimination, and bullying
  • To promote tolerance, acceptance, and respect for diversity
  • To raise awareness of the magnitude and impact of 11 million innocent lives lost as a result of the Holocaust

LATEST UPDATE:  9,091,541 stamps from (40) states and (5) countries around the globe have been donated and counted as of February 2017!   

Please help us COLLECT  11,000,000  POSTAGE STAMPS to honor the memories of six million Jews including 1.5 million children, plus five million others targeted by the Nazis for their diverse backgrounds and beliefs.  Students are creating a series of 18 original, postage stamps collage artworks, based on events and effects of the Holocaust. Visit the FRCS web pages for complete project details, click here.


YES, you can help!

No time to donate? No stamps to trim but you would still like to support the project?  You can provide much-needed support for the HSP by purchasing a package of full-color, commemorative stamps collage notecards!


Full color commemorative note cards and Raffle Tickets.

Click here to purchase online.

Proceeds from these sales will be used to fund the preservation of stamps collage artworks by professional, large format digital photography and upgrading artwork frames with maximum UV protection.

FINAL RAffle FlyerFor more HSP project information, please contact Mrs. Jamie Droste, Student Life Advisor:



CONGRATULATIONS to Charlotte Sheer and Jamie Droste!  They will both be receiving a Leadership in Holocaust Education Award from Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston.  The JCRC of Greater Boston will present the awards to Mrs. Sheer a former FRCS teacher and the Holocaust Stamps Project founder along with Mrs. Droste, FRCS Student Life Advisor.  Both educators will be honored at Fanueil Hall in Boston on Sunday, April 23, 2017, (Yom HaShoah) Holocaust Remembrance Day.  They are receiving this prestigious award for their outstanding work in shaping young minds, sharing thoughtful insights, instilling compassion and teaching others about the importance of standing up for injustice.

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