Shadows of Shoah Trust
Shadows of Shoah Trust is an incorporated charitable trust. The Charities Commmission has registered the trust as a charitable entity and granted donee status (registration CC48205). The trustees appear below.
Shadows of Shoah Trust is nonsectarian and has been established for the purpose of Holocaust and antisemitism education. The Trust Deed can be viewed here.
For further information please make contact.
Shadows of Shoah Trust, Box 6604, Wellesley St, Auckland 1141, New Zealand
Level 11 (Cook Property), 203 Queen St, Auckland, New Zealand
Phone +64 9 4314566
Robert Narev MNZM, BA, LLB - Chairman
Robert was born in Germany and is a survivor of Theresienstadt Concentration Camp. He is a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit and serves on a number of charitable trusts. Robert is past president of the Auckland District Society of Notaries and was the founding chairman of the Kiwi Income Property Trust, New Zealand's largest such trust, with $2 billion assets.
Robert has served as President of Auckland Hebrew Congregation and Chairman of United Synagogues of NZ. He and his wife Freda, also a Holocaust survivor, are actively involved in Holocaust education. They live in Auckland, New Zealand.
David Robinson, Honorary Consul for Israel, Auckland
David is a former Associate Judge of the High Court of New Zealand and a former District Court Judge. He serves as Honorary Consul for Israel, Auckland.
David is New Zealand born and lives in Auckland with his wife Yvonne.
Jeff's paternal grandfather left Poland in the 1880's, a time when many Jewish people fled pogroms, and emigrated to NZ around the turn of last century. Jeff's mother's father was also Jewish and, hailing from Riga, arrived in NZ in 1908.
Jeff is a successful businessman with wide experience in direct marketing. He was born in Christchurch and lives in Auckland with his wife Rosemary.
As Project Manager for the highly successful Anne Frank Exhibition in NZ as well as the internationally acclaimed World Press Photo Exhibition in Wellington, Patricia brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the development and staging of Shadows of Shoah.
Patricia is Spokesperson and Director of Cultural Affairs for the Embassy of Israel in New Zealand. She lives in Wellington.
Henk has lived in Queenstown, New Zealand, for thirty years. Henk developed a successful real estate business, is now retired, but remains active on a number of Christian trusts. He lives with his wife Anneka.
Henk is a student of the Holocaust and is deeply concerned by resurgent antisemitism. His father, who also lives in Queenstown, was a teenager in WW2 Holland and personally witnessed what he describes as "the absolute and unadulterated terror" of the Jewish community. Of the 120,000 Jewish citizens that lived in Holland before May 1940 only 20,000 survived.
Perry is a fourth generation New Zealander and is the founder and creator of Shadows of Shoah. He is a professional photographer and musician and lives north of Auckland with his wife Sheree and their children.
Read more about Perry's background and the Shadows of Shoah project philosophy here.