April 2022 Update: FJHP thanks actress and business leader Gwyneth Paltrow for making it possible for us to arrange for the creation and installation of an informational signboard at the site of the Nowogród Jewish cemetery. This is the first known public identification of the site since prior to World War II.
March 2022 Update: Amidst the invasion of Ukraine leading to millions of refugees flowing into Poland, Friends of Jewish Heritage in Poland is proud to be a supporter and partner of FODŻ, the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland. FODŻ has recently opened the Przemyśl, Zamość, and Łęczna synagogues for the assistance of Ukrainian refugees.
FJHP works to protect and commemorate the surviving sites and monuments of Jewish cultural heritage in Poland. We are an Independent Non-Profit Organization IRS 501 (c) (3) qualified public charity.
FJHP is actively engaged in protecting cemeteries across Poland, including those in the marked locations below. For a more detailed interactive map, click here.