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TV

An Immersive Educational Exhibit

NEVER FORGET TV

Never Forget TV is an educational documentary media channel teaching the importance of tolerance through interviews with Holocaust survivors, their Liberators, Civil Rights Activists, Educators, Motivational Speakers, virtually pairing them with students and participants worldwide. 

With its weekly programming, Never Forget TV aims to bringing people together from different ethnic groups, discussing topics and ideas to fight injustice, racism, anti-Semitism, religious hatred, bigotry, social inequality, ignorance, discrimination, and most importantly: all violence in any form. 

The Never Forget TV platform marries the wisdom and dedication of Senior Citizens, with today’s youth, to create a peaceful and humane world that respects human dignity among all people.

The Seniors will be sharing their stories to the youth, bringing awareness and the practice of empathy, compassion, tolerance, inclusion, diversity, and respect for human dignity and peace.

  • To increase the youth’s understanding of why the Holocaust and other inhumane events are critically important, both as tragedies of history and as an alarm for the present.
  • And to demonstrate the profound impact of individual behavior, not just locally, but globally.

Hosted and moderated by Bill Tingling, founder of the Tour for Tolerance and long-time educator and philanthropist, Never Forget TV will premiere a one-hour pilot episode in June 2020, followed by another episode one per week. It will be broadcast and streamed on YouTube, Facebook, and other social media platforms.

SPONSORSHIP PLAN

$2,500 FULL AMBASSADOR PARTNERSHIP

2 minute video advertisement to be played before the show opening credits.

You will have NF-TV’s full Community Engagement and Audience to assist in the effort of working with various people from many communities. Creating a Volunteer Ambassadors Program (VAP) – Our ambassadors to serve as our “ears” and are our “foot soldiers” representing the Never Forget TV community. 

Your logo will be emblazoned on the NF-TV’s Journals, banners, posters. You will recognize on social media, radio shows, televisions, advertising your organization on the homepage of our website; links to your website; Local radio /TV/ newspaper Interviews; Sponsor Exposer, Sponsor Recognition; Online website; All electronic media mention, i.e., video television interviews; All speaking engagements, i.e., production; Mention /thank you in the speech by, handouts; post events reviews. Sporting tee shirts with your brand.

$1,500 GOLD PARTNERSHIP

1 minute video advertisement to be after the show’s closing credits.

You will have NF-TV’s full Community Engagement and Audience to assist in the effort of working with various people from many communities. Creating a Volunteer Ambassadors Program (VAP) – Our ambassadors serve as our “ears” and are our “foot soldiers” representing the Never Forget TV community. 

Your logo will be emblazoned on the NF-TV’s Journals, banners, posters. You will recognize on social media, radio shows, televisions, advertising your organization on the homepage of our website; links to your website; Sponsor Exposer, Sponsor Recognition; Online website; All electronic media mention, i.e., video television interviews; All speaking engagements, i.e., production; Mention /thank you in the speech by, handouts; post events reviews.

$1000 FOUNDATION / NOT-FOR-PROFIT PARTNERSHIP

30 second video advertisement to be after the show’s closing credits.

You will have NF-TV’s full Community Engagement and Audience to assist in the effort of working with various people from many communities. Creating a Volunteer Ambassadors Program (VAP) – Our ambassadors serve as our “ears” and are our “foot soldiers” representing the Never Forget TV community. 

Your logo will be emblazoned on the NF-TV’s Journals, banners, posters. You will recognize on social media, radio shows, televisions, advertising your organization on the homepage of our website; links to your website; Local radio /TV/ newspaper Interviews; Sponsor Exposer, Sponsor Recognition; Online website; All electronic media mention, i.e., video television interviews.

$500 PLATINUM PARTNERSHIP

15 second video advertisement to be after the show’s closing credits.

Your logo will be emblazoned on the NF-TV’s Journals, banners, posters. You will recognize on social media, radio shows, televisions, advertising your organization on the homepage of our website, links to your website; Local radio /TV/ newspaper Interviews; Sponsor Exposer, Sponsor Recognition; Online website. 

$300 SILVER PARTNERSHIP 

Your logo will be emblazoned on the NF-TV’s Journals, banners, posters. You will recognize on social media, radio shows, televisions, advertising your organization on the homepage of our website, links to your website; Local radio /TV/ newspaper Interviews. 

$250 BENEFACTOR

Your name will be listed at the end of the show and on our web site.

$100 SUSTAINER

Your name will be listed at the end of the show and on our web site.

$50 PATRON

Your name will be listed at the end of the show and on our web site.

The first episode will include the following people:

Paul P. Bernstein, businessman and Civil Rights Activist

86 years old, New York City, USA

Born to a Jewish family in 1934 in the Bronx, Bernstein graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics from New York University, where he was a member of the Jewish fraternity Alpha Epsilon. 

Paul is presently involved with School News Nationwide- Tour for Tolerance educational initiative and was involved with other charities, including Seeds of Peace, The Seeing Eye, and K-9 Companions. Paul had a role in the movie Serendipity and produced the movie and book called BESA, a story about Albanian Muslims who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust.

Paul was heavily involved in the civil rights movements, helping with the decades-long struggle by African Americans to end racial discrimination, disenfranchisement, and racial segregation in the United States. The progress achieved its most significant legislative gains in the mid-1960s after years of direct actions and grassroots protests. The social movement’s major nonviolent resistance campaigns eventually secured new protections in federal law for the human rights of all Americans.

Sami Stegmann, Holocaust Survivor 

81 years old, New York City, USA

Stegmann’s life story is remarkable. Born in 1939 in Czernowitz, Bukovina, Romania, from 1941 through 1944, Sami and his parents were imprisoned in a labor camp in Transnistria in Ukraine, which the Russian Red Army subsequently liberated.  The Nazis conducted medical experiments on Sami, and while suffering from starvation, a German woman rescued him. 

In 1961, Sami and his family emigrated to Israel, where Sami served in the Israeli Air Force, and in 1968, Sami came to the United States, leaving his family behind. He lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he married and eventually moved back to Israel in 1983. In 1988, Sami returned to the United States, choosing New York City as his final home. Sami is a motivational speaker, an exhibitor at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York. He travels the world, sharing his story at schools, universities, places of worship, and other organizations, speaking to thousands of young people, on the importance of tolerance, empathy, compassion, inclusion, and the steps we could take to prevent atrocities of the past from happening again.

Sally Frisberg, Holocaust Survivor 

86 years old, New York City, USA

As World War II broke out in her home country Poland, Frisberg’s family hid for two years in the attic of a barn where about 15 other Jews were sheltered and survived. 

Four years after liberation, Sally’s family traveled by boat to the United States when Sally was only 13 years old. When Sally arrived in the United States, she could not speak a word of English. In 1958 after she learned English, she became a teacher at Fort Hamilton High School in Brooklyn, New York. 

Sally’s mission is to help guide young people about the world’s mistakes of the past, and now she is a motivational speaker and an educator at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City. She has experienced injustice in education, racism, hunger, inequality, hate, and bigotry, and she encourages others to overcome and persevere.

Boris Feldman, Liberator, Soldier of Valor-Soviet Red Army 

99 years old, lives in New York City, USA

Boris Feldman is an active member of our “Tour for Tolerance” organization, a speaker for peace regarding matters of the Holocaust and atrocities of the past. During World War II, Boris was a Russian Red Army soldier of Valor, and he and his military unit liberated thousands of Holocaust survivors from Nazi concentration camps in Auschwitz, Romania, Hungary, and Austria. For his military service, Boris earned the “Order of Glory first-class medal” and many other awards and medals. After working as a gym teacher in Russia for decades, he and his wife, Irina, moved to the United States in 1995. He is a motivational speaker and educator and shares his story of liberating Nazi concentration camps.

Zippora Pilosof, Red Army veteran 

79 years old, lives in Even Yehuda, Isreal

Zippora Pilosof was born in Poland in 1941. The Nazis invaded her country and deported her family to the local ghetto and executed her father and other family members. At six months old, Zippora’s grandfather smuggled her out, and they escaped into the forest. In the forest, they endured great suffering from the wintery cold, starvation terrible conditions, until the Russian Army liberated them in 1944. 

The family eventually migrated from Poland to Germany then to France, and then to Isreal.  In 1959, she married a Bulgarian Holocaust survivor and started a family. Zippora now works as a motivational speaker, encouraging young people not to be bystanders in times of trouble but to help others when they can. Zippora’s theme is that people of all nations, colors, and faiths can live together without hate, bigotry, xenophobia, but with empathy, compassion, and love for others.

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