Raoul Wallenberg demonstrated great compassion, vision, and determination in the face of insurmountable odds and at great personal risk. He protected innocent and defenseless men, women and children who were victims of circumstances beyond their control.
Our mission, in the spirit of Wallenberg’s work, is to ensure that disadvantaged families and children have the resources needed for achieving optimal outcomes, with a primary focus on raising and donating funds to promising Evidence-based programs.
The cornerstone of the film project is the untold story of what happened to Wallenberg after his disappearance, the desperate struggle to bring him home, and why these efforts proved to be impossible. Sonja Sonnenfeld spent over three decades dedicated to saving the lost hero.
Through his heroic deeds during the Second World War, Raoul Wallenberg saved tens of thousands of people.
The Russian official report stated that on July 17, 1947 Raoul Wallenberg died of a heart attack at..
Rudolf Hendrich-Winter von Schwab gave a statement to the Swedish Government on July 2, 1964 about h...
A young Soviet Jewish immigrant to Israel, who wished to remain anonymous due to family in the Sovie...