Educator support is available through summer conferences and other ongoing workshops and orientations. The Traveling Curriculum and Museum Experience Fund: The Museum believes in reaching beyond its walls with programs to support schools who need assistance in enabling students to make the trek, as well as providing some artifacts to travel to targeted classrooms around the region. The Upstander Speaker Series brings in renowned international speakers on human rights issues, sharing them with the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Subject matter experts on specified topics are brought in to speak to hundreds of school kids and community groups. A rich archive and research library is also available to Museum members.
The Garden of Remembrance and Tolerance, created as a project for Eagle Scout Brandon Ryan, was dedicated in a special ceremony on November 20, 2011. The garden features a unique outdoor steel sculpture, benches, trees, and landscaping.
The Dallas Holocaust Museum supports the Generations program, creating a database of Holocaust survivors, their children, and grandchildren to be used to communicate and to coordinate for Education and Tolerance events from time to time. It provides an excellent means for children and grandchildren to meet, socialize, and enjoy others with similar experiences. The effort will help organize and implement social and recreational events for Generation members and their families. Further, it will support the community by organizing events for Survivors and their families, such as Purim and Hanukkah parties, preserve the memories of the Holocaust and its aftermath.