Memorial Site

With a dedicated Memorial site at Earl Bales Park, specifically focused on all aspects of the Holocaust, the CSYV is uniquely positioned to raise awareness about the Shoah and showcase its universal lessons. The CSYV offers various naming opportunities at the Memorial site. It also seeks funding for the newly established Holocaust Education Program featuring the Site.

Memorial Site Naming Opportunities

The Canadian Society for Yad Vashem offers various naming opportunities with dedications to be engraved on memorial walls, garden plaques and benches.

The Remembrance Wall – Honouring survivors

Remembrance Wall Ted LibfeldThe Ted Libfeld Remembrance Wall offers Canadian families whose family members survived the Holocaust and have recently passed away an opportunity to commemorate them.

Survivors demonstrate examples of audacity for surviving the Holocaust and rebuilding their lives in Canada contributing to the Canadian society.

Click here to make a donation and engrave the names of relatives who survived the Shoah and have passed away.

Wall of Honour – Commemorating Victims

Wall of Honour Ganz Family 2The Ganz Family Wall of Honour offers Canadian families whose relatives perished in the Holocaust an opportunity to commemorate them.

In the absence of grave sites for Shoah victims, the Wall provides families with a place to gather and remember their family members whose lives were cut short.

Click here to make a donation and engrave the names of the family members who perished in the Shoah.

New Wall Naming opportunity


BenchesThe CSYV provides donors with a unique opportunity to honour a special person by dedicating benches at the Memorial site at Earl Bales Park. A dedication plaque will be engraved and affixed to the front of the bench.

Dedicated benches are a valued addition to the CSYV Memorial site at Earl Bales Park that will have a lasting impact for

generations to come. In addition, your gift will support the CSYV ongoing work and thereby advance Holocaust education and commemoration.

To dedicate a bench or plaque, please contact

Garden Plaques

Garden PlaquesA Garden Plaque is a unique and visible way to commemorate a special person and it provides a message for generations to come.

Situated along the edges of the gardens, the Garden Plaques line the path, viewed by many visitors annually as they make their way through the Memorial Site.

To dedicate a bench or plaque, please contact

Story of the Holocaust Dedication

The CSYV offers a unique opportunity to dedicate a silver plaque on the back of the Memorial Walls that showcase the history of the Holocaust. Focusing on all aspects of the Shoah, the story of the Holocaust is read by the many visitors of the Memorial site every year.

To dedicate a bench or silver plaque, please contact