The Janusz Korczak School and the International Book-Sharing Project are innovative programs that were developed and implemented with the assistance and generous support of:

Trudy Elbaum Gottesman and Robert W. Gottesman
Leslie and Denise Stern
Nathan and Rita Moser
Dr. Karen Shawn, who founded the Book-Sharing Project and serves as its educational consultant.
Robert Sturm, whose generous support made possible the development of the Project
Mark and Anita Sarna, friends of the GFH in New Jersey, USA, who have supported the Book-Sharing Project from its inception.
The American Friends of the Ghetto Fighters' Museum; Debbie Nahshon, executive director.
The Yahel Foundation in Memory of Leon Recanati
Abe Foxman, head of the Anti-Defamation League and Robert Wolfson, Plains States regional director for their support and encouragement.
Uri Orlev, author of The Sandgame and The Island on Bird Street.
Keter Publishing House, publisher of The Sandgame and The Island on Bird Street in Hebrew, for allowing the Ghetto Fighters' Museum to use these books for the Book-Sharing Project
The Jewish Agency and the Midwest-Western Galilee "Partnership 2000" project long time supporters of all our educational activities.
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany for help with the computerization of the Museum and with setting up the Korczak School
Dr. Moshe Shner from Kibbutz Lohamei Hagetaot, who initiated and established the Janusz Korczak School
The staff of the Center for Educational Technology in Israel, for their expert advice and assistance in constructing the Korczak Virtual School.
Sara Neshamit Shner and the Ghetto Fighters' House Publishing Department for their assistance in preparing the material in the History Workshop.
The Association of Friends of the Ghetto Fighters' House in Israel, for their assistance in bringing students to the Ghetto Fighters' Museum and in initiating contact with communities in the United States.